5 Mistakes You’re Making When it Comes to Your Cover Letter

The cover letter can be a tricky part of the job/internship application process. Don’t let it be a barrier between you and successfully applying to a job or internship. Continue reading to make sure you don’t repeat any of the following mistakes when crafting your cover letter: Mistake #1: Not submitting a cover letter at all. You should always submit a cover letter. Repeat. You … Continue reading 5 Mistakes You’re Making When it Comes to Your Cover Letter

Prepare for the STEM and Healthcare Career and Internship Fair—Tips from an Employer

Are you planning on attending the STEM and Healthcare Career and Internship Fair on Thursday, October 3? Looking for how to prepare? Read below for some tips from Kate French, Sr. Talent Acquisition Coordinator at Boston Children’s Hospital on the things that students should do to prepare for the fair. Do research in advance. “Familiarize yourself with which companies will be attending, and do some … Continue reading Prepare for the STEM and Healthcare Career and Internship Fair—Tips from an Employer

4 Tips for Finding an Inclusive Place to Work

There are many factors to consider when searching for a full-time job. For many people, finding an employer that values diversity and inclusion is a critical component of their search. But, how do you know if a potential employer truly promotes these values? Below are a few tips for your search that may help you evaluate whether a workplace is inclusive. Search speciality job boards. … Continue reading 4 Tips for Finding an Inclusive Place to Work

Can I Keep Interviewing if I’ve Accepted an Offer?

Students often ask if they can keep interviewing after accepting an offer. This is a bit like asking if you can keep dating after committing to a monogamous relationship. (Hopefully, your answer to that question is clear no!) While it may not be what you want to hear, similar to dating, once you’ve committed to an employer, you are expected to honor that commitment until, … Continue reading Can I Keep Interviewing if I’ve Accepted an Offer?

Financing Law School

There’s no point in sugar-coating it: law school costs a lot of money.  Law school is a three-year commitment. The average cost of three years of tuition is about $150,000 for private law schools, $120,000 for public out-of-state law schools, and $83,000 for public in-state law schools.  These numbers, of course, are just tuition: they do not account for application fees, LSAT registration fees, deposits, … Continue reading Financing Law School

How-To Guide: Law School Application Process

Applying to law school is a long and multifaceted process, which involves a good deal of preparation even before it’s time to open your application, upload your materials, and click “submit.” For a comprehensive guide, please consult the pre-law advising handbook. Law school applications generally open between September 1-15 on the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) website. Applications deadlines are in the spring, in March … Continue reading How-To Guide: Law School Application Process

6 Post Career Fair Tips

You did it! You attended a career fair. Congratulations on taking a positive step forward in your career journey! Pat yourself on the back! Do you know what your next steps are? What you do after the fair is almost as important as attending the fair itself. Take a look at these tips to keep the momentum going. Follow up. Follow up with every recruiter. … Continue reading 6 Post Career Fair Tips