Monthly Archives: March 2012

Filming on Vocation: Dean Gary Phillips

In the Filming on Vocation series, members of our Wabash campus community offer their insights and advice in an interview with Career Services. We focus on their work, their professional development, and on their general advice for Wabash men. We post … Continue reading

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Inside the Mind of the Interviewee

By Spencer Peters ’14 Whew. Breathe in, out, in, out.  This leather feels weird on the fabric of my suit; it’s making me sweat. No. Could the sweat be showing through? I’m wearing a nice grey suit with a white … Continue reading

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RESUMES: A LABOR OF LOVE?

Resumes can go wrong in lots of ways. Generally, writers can misunderstand the purpose and context for the resume or they can lack the craft, the nitty-gritty details of formatting a resume and expressing themselves effectively. But there is a … Continue reading

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Internships: Don’t get lost in the black hole

Guest-blogger Nathan Parcells, CMO and Founder of InternMatch, shares some advice on navigating this internship season. How to apply to online internships and avoid getting lost in the Black Hole “A black hole is a region of space-time from which it … Continue reading

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