Fall 2024 Open Courses

Need help finding courses for the fall semester? Click here to view the list of open CAS courses for Fall 2024.

By Elyssa Wrubel
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Do you qualify for Federal Work-Study? CAS is hiring for Fall 2024!

If you have a Federal Work-Study award and are looking for an on-campus job, we have opportunities for student employment available in the College of Arts & Sciences! See below for the positions that are open, and click here to …

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Elyssa Wrubel
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10 Qualities to Emphasize Instead of Passion in a Job Interview

Passion has been sold, particularly to millennials and those in generations younger, as the hallmark of a successful career. And in a lot of ways, it’s been oversold.

Finding a sense of fulfillment — a sense of purpose, even — in what you …

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Supporting Neurodiverse Candidates’ Job Interview Success

It is estimated that about one in eight people in the world are neurodiverse. While the term encompasses anyone who thinks differently than those in the mainstream, it typically describes individuals with autism and autism spectrum disorders, dyslexia, ADD or …

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How to Use a Botched Job Interview to Your Advantage 

There are many reasons job interviews don’t go well. Perhaps the job posting was misleading, and it turns out you don’t have experience necessary for the position. Or maybe you didn’t prepare as fully as you could have beforehand, leading …

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Interview Tips For Veterans On The Job Hunt

We spoke with Tara Carlidge, Recruiting Manager at Citi and former Personnel Officer in the U.S. Army, to ask her about the biggest mistakes that veterans make during interviews, which could keep them from getting a civilian / corporate job they …

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