Your Journey to Career Success: Expanding Cultural Horizons

As Spring Semester comes to a close, take time to reflect on how you can learn from others and find common ground with people from different backgrounds and experiences. Make time to embrace diverse opportunties to gain exposure that may …

By Kristi Coleman
Kristi Coleman Director, Network Partnerships and Career Education - Career Services Network
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Your Journey to Career Success: Stress Management

 There are times when stress can feel overwhelming. The combined stress from classes, work, and life can take a toll on your mental and physical health. Implementing stress management techniques is an important strategy to help you move forward …

By Thuy-Tram Butler
Thuy-Tram Butler Career Consultant, College of Social Science
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Your Journey to Career Success: Cultural Identity & Learning

Campus life is fun, but can also be challenging. You may miss friends and family, as well as the familiar foods and routines of home. Some students struggle to adapt academically or socially. Such reactions are all normal responses to …

By Thuy-Tram Butler
Thuy-Tram Butler Career Consultant, College of Social Science
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Your Journey to Career Success: Seeking Help & Mental Health Awareness

What do you do when life throws you a curve ball or a setback happens? How do you manage your basic needs and your studies when things take a turn for the worse?  Sometimes you need to seek help to …

By Thuy-Tram Butler
Thuy-Tram Butler Career Consultant, College of Social Science
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Your Journey to Career Success: Organizational Tools and Time Management

Keeping organized is essential for meeting the demands of a busy life. We have classes, homework, work, volunteer hours, enrichment activities, and relationship building with peers and friends at Michigan State University. Some people have figured out strategies to manage …

By Thuy-Tram Butler
Thuy-Tram Butler Career Consultant, College of Social Science
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Your Journey to Career Success: Building Relationships

Relationships are important for navigating the challenges of academic programs, careers, and other experiences in life. Some of these relationships can even develop into trusted guides and mentors who can serve on your very own personal Board of Directors. Darius Harris

By Thuy-Tram Butler
Thuy-Tram Butler Career Consultant, College of Social Science
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Your Journey to Career Success: Sense of Belonging

People are intrinsically social and have a strong need to feel included in groups. This sense of connection and affiliation with others is often called a sense of belonging. Students who have a sense of belonging feel more connected to …

By Thuy-Tram Butler
Thuy-Tram Butler Career Consultant, College of Social Science
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The Idealist Career Advice Guide to Starting a New Job

Between meeting colleagues, mastering skills, and tackling new responsibilities, the first three months at a new job can feel invigorating. But, of course, it may take some time to build up the confidence to accomplish everything you want to do …

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Military Transitions: A Soldier’s Path to AI

Growing up, I wanted to be a politician. Solving problems and enacting solutions that could have a real societal benefit was very appealing to me.

Everything seemed to be on track: I studied political science in college and scored a …

By Springboard
Bridging the world's skills gap through affordable, high-quality, online education.
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