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5 Goals I Set to Get Through My First Year of Graduate School

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As I embarked on the school year, I developed objectives to keep me sane, to help me optimize my time and resources, and to gain a clearer perspective on the goals I hoped to achieve. The following techniques have helped me thus far, and I hope they can also be of assistance to you. 1. Take a Break Whether taking ... Read More »

5 Ways to Use Your Internship to Network

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Along with the many reasons to consider an internship as part of your undergraduate or graduate degree studies, one reason is the unparalleled opportunity to network with your co-workers, supervisor, and others at your company or organization. Whether you’re changing careers or looking to get ahead in your chosen field, it always helps to have a a few individuals who ... Read More »

From the “Wrong Side of the Tracks” to the Right Side of the Workplace

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Elisabeth Cheries is no shy violet. “I have a voice and there is hardly a classmate or professor who isn’t immediately made aware of this,” she jokes. Cheries, who recently graduated from Northeastern University College of Professional Studies with a Bachelor of Science in Management degree, wasn’t always so sure of herself, or of her path in life. Before taking ... Read More »

Home to Haiti: Fulbright Bringing Technology to Education

Alexandrine Policar, Fulbright Scholar

Twenty years ago, Alexandrine Policar left her home country of Haiti to complete her education in the United States. But, she says, she’s never stopped thinking of Haiti. “I was speaking to a colleague and she told me it’s really great that I have a different understanding of Haiti, because all she could see was crime, corruption and poverty,” Policar ... Read More »

3 Reasons Successful People Decide to Go Back to School

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Why would someone who is already successful in the workplace decide to go back to school? The answer is: Opportunity. Successful people are adept at seeing opportunities and recognizing what it takes to advance their careers. There are always points in your career when you want to move forward, whether that’s working towards a promotion, staying competitive in your field, ... Read More »

Golf and Sports Leadership: How One Woman Broke into a Male-Dominated Field

Article 6- Michelle Krasodomski

Growing up, Michelle Krasodomski was no stranger to golf courses. She learned how to play as a teenager from her father, who adores golfing. But as an athlete, she preferred to stick to her sports of choice: volleyball and basketball. Much later — after earning her Master of Sports Leadership degree from Northeastern and an internship with the Vermont Golf Association got her hooked ... Read More »

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