Tips for scheduling as a Smeal major

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Every semester up until graduation students are asked to schedule their classes for the upcoming semester. In theory this is a simple task, but in actuality it is quite daunting. Smeal offers a variety of different majors and minors, which …

By Hunter Anderson
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Help the University Park Undergraduate Association (UPUA) in advocating for alternative grading this semester

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As a Smeal student, you can help the University Park Undergraduate Association (UPUA) in advocating the University Faculty Senate to reinstate alternative grading for the Fall 2020 semester. Take the following survey regarding your interest in alternative grading for the …

By Emily Tressler
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LinkedIn for Students: How to Use It Right [Tips & Examples]

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Originally posted: https://ivypanda.com/blog/linkedin-for-students/ 

As an undergraduate in the US, you must have heard of LinkedIn. LinkedIn allows users to manage career opportunities, network, and demonstrate personal accomplishments. Through the platform, a person can find a job, explore a particular industry, …

By Yvonne McQuarrie
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How to Choose Your Smeal Organization

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No matter what grade you’re in, if you are looking for a new Smeal organization to join, you can feel overwhelmed by all of the choices. Should you join a club focused on your major? Or one that organizes a …

By Christine Kovell
Christine Kovell Career Service Intern
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Having Casual Conversations with Recruiters

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Hello. Talking to recruiters seems scary right?

I know. I have been there, and I’m still there sometimes. But it doesn’t have to be scary. Remember that recruiters are people too. I have been doing recruiting as a student ambassador …

By Emma Moul
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