Your Career Development Resources

Career Blog

Published: July 28, 2017 by Kate M. Spaulding

Helpful links to career development resources every new student and continuing student should be using. It’s not too early or too late to put these tips to work!

With the fall semester fast approaching(!) and a new crop of INFO 203 students about to embark on their iSchool journey, it seems like a good time to point out some of the most helpful resources the Career Development team offers. New students – welcome! We’re happy to have you and feel quite strongly that you should be thinking about your career from day #1. Not-so-new students – my hope is that this is useful to you as well. If you haven’t taken advantage of these resources, it’s not too late to start!

The iSchool website, and the Career Development site, in particular, host a HUGE amount of information within their virtual walls. I encourage you to take some time to explore them more thoroughly, but here are some places to start:

Figure it Out

Immerse Yourself


Pull Back the Curtain and Peer into the Future With…

Learn on the Job

Nuts ‘n Bolts

Last fall, I worked with two fellow INFO 203 Peer Mentors – Megan Ozeran and Melanie Dove – to create a list of hidden gems we wanted to be sure new students knew about. Because sharing is caring, I also want you to know about them!


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