Your Best Cover Letter and Resume Format

If you’ve applied to several jobs without hearing back or if you feel like your applications disappear into cyberspace, there may be a […]

4 Reasons to Join a Professional Association

If you’re serious about your career, consider joining a professional association. Each industry has at least one group committed to career development. If […]

Three Ways Graduate School Can Help You Change Careers

If you’ve been working in one career for several years, you may feel ready for a change. Here are three ways that you […]

Top 3 Ways to Network Your Way to a Job

If sending out 100 resumes is your idea of job hunting, you’re doing it wrong. Every time you apply to a job online, […]

Explore Exciting Jobs in Healthcare

You love to help people. You are interested in the science of the human body. And you believe in the value of a […]

Make Yourself Irreplaceable at Work

I used to run several health care clinics. Whenever I interviewed a candidate for a job, I always made sure to ask one […]

What You Can Do with a Psychology Degree

Finding your career path takes hard work and a lot of imagination. The process is neither intuitive nor clear. In fact, the degree […]

Innovative Twists on the College Career Fair

There is a problem with the standard, multi-disciplinary career fairs. Students and job seekers are asked to walk into a room with a […]

The Value of Continuing Education

You probably heard it as a kid, “the more you know, the better you’ll do” or some variation of that. Basically, it was […]

The Start-Up Starts in College

Remember how Mark Zuckerberg started as a student at Harvard University before departing to the west coast to help his little website, Facebook, […]

Five Interview Questions to Avoid Asking

It’s time. You are interviewing for a job that you really want. You are excited about the opportunity. Now is your chance to […]

Five Flexible Jobs for College Graduates

More than ever before employers have put a heavy emphasis on higher education, encouraging, and sometimes requiring, today’s job seekers pursue a college […]

Forward Thinking

Every day great ideas, advice, and information are discussed around the institution. This knowledge is shared with students, alumni, friends, and faculty, but on a small scale. This blog was created to engage a larger audience, a group of lifelong learners who read, think, and provide valuable feedback. Forward Thinking is meant to be more than a blog; it’s another way of learning – for us and for you.