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CAS Advising Commons

Our College of Arts & Sciences Advising Commons, located on the second floor of CAS building 1, provides a space for students and advisors to interact through both informal, drop-in conversations as well as organized virtual and in-person events, and private appointments.

The Advising Commons will serve as your central destination for matters regarding your academic, co-curricular, and career planning as a CAS student, a process we call 360 Degree Advising.

The Advising Commons offers drop-in academic and career advising, open studio hours, scheduled one-to-one appointments, live and online workshops and skills training, and employer connections for CAS students, alumni, and faculty.

    

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CAS Seniors: Things Are Looking Up!

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It’s been a rough few semesters, but there is good news on the horizon for the Class of 2021! As vaccines are rolling out and the economy is slowly opening back up, employers are following suit with an increase in …

By Rick DelVecchio
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Why Indeed’s New Resume Service Is A Bad Deal For You (even the free part)!

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If you have looked for jobs or internships using Indeed in the past, you might have seen a recent announcement that they are now offering three different levels of resume review and improvement services. Here’s what they are now offering:

By Rick DelVecchio
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Job Scams Are on the Rise—Here’s How to Spot Them and Steer Clear

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Camden Boyd knew it all sounded too good to be true—but he really wanted that job as a work-from-home customer service representative, making $25 an hour.

Boyd, 19, was invited to interview for the position via chat on Google Hangouts. …

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Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Can you spot a job scam?

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As you engage in any job or internship search remember: if it seems “too good to be true”, it probably is.

A remote job where all you do is mail things and it pays $900 a week? Probably a scam.

By Rick DelVecchio
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Why You Need A Personal Advisory Board

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What is a Personal Advisory Board? It’s a diverse group of people that you assemble to provide advice and guidance.

When you are confronted with big decisions like choosing a major, thinking about a particular career option, trying to figure …

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