CAS Senior Success Center

There ARE great jobs out there…if you know how to find them, and how to transform yourself into the candidate they can’t pass up!

The amount of change happening right now in the workforce is both rapid and impossible to predict. There will be positives and negatives. Some of the plans you may have had pre-pandemic may no longer be an option. At the same time, companies and industries have adapted to current circumstance and new roles might have been created that open opportunity for you. More remote work is available, perhaps opening the opportunity to start a job somewhere far away and make sure it is a good fit BEFORE you move to a new city. You are preparing to graduate into a world that is very much in flux. Be patient. Be strategic. Be persistent.

As vaccines are rolling out and the economy is opening back up, the employment market is looking up! A recent survey of employers who hire entry-level candidates from colleges and universities suggests we will see an increase in hiring of about 7% for the Class of 2021! There will be jobs out there if you are prepared!

How To Put Your Best Foot Forward During A Video Interview

As the quality and reliability of affordable video conferencing software and hardware increases by the day, video interviews have become commonplace for candidates and recruiting companies alike.

The Coronavirus pandemic has taken something that was viewed as more niche and …

By WayUp Team - WayUp
WayUp
Sign up to WayUp to personalize your job search and apply to opportunities from Fortune 500s to startups, all in one place. Let’s get you hired! Click here
Read more »

Why You Need A Personal Advisory Board

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 …

By CAS360
CAS360 CAS360
Read more »

Think Like A Recruiter To Prepare For Your Next Interview

One of the best ways to prepare for an interview is to think like a recruiter. Not sure how to do this? One great way is to read what THEY read. For every article you Google seeking advice on how …

By Rick DelVecchio
Rick DelVecchio Director of Career Development Rick DelVecchio
Read more »

Have you ever considered a micro-internship?

Quinnipiac University has launched an opportunity for students and recent grads to provide immediate help on professional tasks. Learn how you can gain valuable experience, while helping companies get work done.

Your time in the College of Arts & Sciences …

By Rick DelVecchio
Rick DelVecchio Director of Career Development Rick DelVecchio
Read more »

Podcast: The best ways to leverage Linkedin to get a job

Join workplace expert Lindsey Pollak and her friends Jeremy Schifeling and Omar Garriott, a.k.a. The LinkedIn Guys. In this episode, they reminisce about their time working together at LinkedIn, discuss the value of a LinkedIn headline and summary for search …

By Rick DelVecchio
Rick DelVecchio Director of Career Development Rick DelVecchio
Read more »

Sidebar