The UMBC Career Center offers students many benefits when it comes to preparing for their professional future. Take a look at some of the cool ways they can help you succeed.
Are you getting ready to graduate and are wondering how to manage your first entry-level job? These four tips about how to further advance your career will help you through it.
Are you in the transitional period of graduating college and entering the workforce? Are you unsure how to get the most out of your experiences in the professional world? These four tips that all young professionals should know can help you out.
The UMBC Career Center works with the UMBC community to empower their professional career aspirations through a variety of services.
UMBC’s Division of Professional Studies works diligently to prepare the next generation of students for the world of work. Not only focusing on their knowledge of their field, but also in preparation with advice, guidance, and mentorship.
Picture this: you worked very hard for over four years to get your college degree. You worked the same job for the entire duration of your college career, but now it’s time to move on and start your career.
As we prepare to return to campus this Fall semester, many are excited to see familiar and new spaces. One building in particular that many UMBC community members enjoy is the Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building because of its open spaces that encourage dialogue and transformative learning.
Everyone always says, “Dress for the job you want, not the one you have.” That same principle applies to how you present yourself not only online, but also through your work.
This past week, UMBC’s I/O Psychology Graduate program hosted a free webinar with leading I/O and HR experts to discuss Managing Talent During COVID-19. In today’s Industry News, we take a look at ways managers can support employees while working remotely and some cool tech and science news.
As professionals, it’s critical that we build a rich network. Professional networking allows us to share and tap into knowledge and skills that can help us improve overall processes on a professional and personal level.