A Day in the Life: ’20 alum reflects on her time at St. Kate’s, encourages students to go for it

The most magnificent part of my job is having the opportunity to meet and get acquainted with so many St. Kate’s alumni!

This month’s alum is 2020 graduate Jasmine Manivanh, who tells us all about her background, time at St. …

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A Day in the Life: ’16 Math and Applied Physics grad Brittany Craig speaks on her exciting research

Throughout her life, Brittany Craig’s teachers encouraged her to go to school for math, but she thought deeply about joining the nursing program at St. Kate’s as well. She came to college undecided on her major and went out with …

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A Day in the Life: Isabella Dotzler ’16 preaches mindfulness and keeping work and personal lives separate

As a communication studies major myself, it was a joy to speak with Isabella Dotzler, who graduated from the communications program in December of 2016 with additional minors in philosophy and integrated marketing communications & design.

“Katies always want to …

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A Day in the Life: ’16 Graduate Maita Lee shares wisdom around involvement during college

Meet Maita Lee, 2016 Dietetics alumni of St. Kate’s. Her sense of humor and outlook on life is incredibly contagious, as Lee tells me how she got to where she is today. Follow along to find out more!

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How I Decided to Change My Major

The first thing to consider when changing your major is RESEARCH, RESEARCH, RESEARCH. There is no harm in constantly looking into what your plan is following graduation.

One thing I want to note is that classes do not equal career. …

By Emma Seehafer
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6 Tips for Successful Virtual Networking, Even During the Pandemic

Successful networking can open doors to mentorship, professional development, friendship, and career growth.

Of course, things have been different due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Not only are many more of us working from home, but professional and industry events of …

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Virtual Spring Cleaning: Tips for Organization in an Online Environment

Spring has sprung, and it’s about time to clear the dust bunnies out and open up the windows! However, as much of the world has spent their time working and going to school virtually for the past year, I figured …

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6 Ways to Build Up Your Resume When You Can’t Afford to Do an Unpaid Internship

As you start thinking about life after college, you may hear that internships are the most important stepping stones to your first job. And they are often the simplest and most traditional way to build up your resume so you …

By Tiffany Waddell Tate - The Muse
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10 of the Very Best Jobs for Introverts (That Won’t Leave You Drained)

Not every job is the right fit for every person—so it makes sense that you’d be looking to find a job and career path that feels well-suited to your personality.

While some folks might thrive in a role where they’re …

By Deanna deBara - The Muse
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5 Essential Networking Steps for Undergrads and Grad Students

Ten years ago, when I entered business school, many professionals told me that the journey ahead required significant investment in professional networking. So I followed their advice, and soon my calendar was filled with various networking events and meetings all …

By Vibhu Sinha - Vault
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