What’s in Your Cover Letter?

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With New York’s phased re-openings underway, many of you may be starting to think about applying to jobs. With those applications however, employers may ask that you write a cover letter. This is a great time for you to …

By Joi Sampson
Joi Sampson Associate Director of Career and Professional Development Joi Sampson
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Career Plans Changed? Here’s the Good News!

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Although your plans may seem up in the air now and you are wondering why you spent so much time planning for things may not be possible for now, you are actually lucky! Let me tell you why. You already …

By Mariana Ayerbe
Mariana Ayerbe Associate Director of Career and Professional Development, Manhattan Campus Mariana Ayerbe
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Why this is actually a great time to be in College

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Although you are probably reading disheartening reports about unemployment rates and near apocalyptic scenarios, we must recognize it is not all bad. Yes, the world is very different from anything we knew “before” but it does not mean we must …

By Mariana Ayerbe
Mariana Ayerbe Associate Director of Career and Professional Development, Manhattan Campus Mariana Ayerbe
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The Public Service, Law, and Government Student Advisory Board

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Public Service, Law and Government Student Advisory Board

The Public Service, Law, and Government Student Advisory Board was launched during the Spring 2020 semester. Our officers are Keyana Griffith- President, Evelyn Romero- Event Chair, Jada Hill- Communications Chair, Darnell Hargett-Secretary, …

By Marguerite Busetti
Marguerite Busetti Associate Director of Career and Professional Development, Dobbs Ferry Campus Marguerite Busetti
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Employers Hiring NOW in Media, Marketing, and Communications!

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Greetings job-hungry MMC students!

Have you graduated? Searching for summer work? Need to build your resume? Good news, we have jobs that fit ALL of these needs! Click the logos below to view our current openings relevant to Y-O-U!

 

By Samantha Karpiloff
Samantha Karpiloff Career Specialist Samantha Karpiloff
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Reflecting on Adaptability

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In these times where nothing seems certain, being adaptable has become integral to how we live our everyday lives. Even after the world shifts to the new normal, adaptability will still be important, both personally and professionally. In 2019, the …

By Meghan Mickiewicz
Meghan Mickiewicz President Meghan Mickiewicz
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Yes, be productive but let’s not make this a competition…

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If you are anything like me, you get too many emails with ideas of what you should be doing when you are home – and then see perfect posts about what others have accomplished! I keep getting examples of masterpiece recipes, …

By Mariana Ayerbe
Mariana Ayerbe Associate Director of Career and Professional Development, Manhattan Campus Mariana Ayerbe
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We’re in this together… one baby step at a time!

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Nothing can stop us…not even a pandemic (didn’t think I’d ever write that, but here we are)!

As we’re getting used to our new ‘normal’, I want to take time to keep encouraging you, students, to not lose hope. It …

By Gina Villazhinay
Gina Villazhinay Assistant Director of Career and Professional Development Gina Villazhinay
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Be an Obstacle Champion

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With the beautiful gift of time bestowed upon us, I’ve taken it upon myself to do the one thing that’s always managed to escape me: READ BOOKS!

One that I’ve been particularly eager to get my hands on is the …

By Samantha Karpiloff
Samantha Karpiloff Career Specialist Samantha Karpiloff
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Maintaining Career Hope During a Pandemic

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The “new normal” brought on by the Coronavirus COVID-19 has all of us feeling some kind of way. For many of us, it may be having to make the adjustment of being home. For students however, there may be concern …

By Joi Sampson
Joi Sampson Associate Director of Career and Professional Development Joi Sampson
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