With the term coming to a close, now’s the time that many of our students are looking forward to job interviews. Be it a summer internship or a full-time gig, interviews can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. There are many different styles of interviews, and every interviewer will be unique in how they talk andContinue reading “Acing the Interview”
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“My personal experience as a TA at the iSchool … has been a highlight of my time in the PhD program.”
“No matter what program you’re in you will be encouraged to do some form of work-integrated learning. While this can take the form of a job in your field while you study, you can also choose to do a practicum course, a co-op, or an internship. Each of these choices has different demands and requirements, and will give you a different kind of experience.” Click the above image to read more!
“Now that you’re a Faculty of Information student, networking is going to be a pretty big part of your life. Not only will you have to network in order to land jobs, internships, and volunteer positions, but you will almost definitely come across at least one assignment which involves networking during your degree.” Click the above image to read more.