Majors: Psychology and Theatre
Year in School: Graduated!
Length of Time Working at Career & Internship Services: Fall 2013 – Spring 2015
Favorite Place in Duluth: Enger Tower. The wind is always stronger up at the top of the tower. It is exhilarating!
Best Career Advice You’ve Ever Received: “Pick something and let it take you wherever it leads.”
Career Advice for Other Students: Look at answer to previous question. Do you have a wide range of interests? A relatively small range of interests? It doesn’t matter. Find some type of work that looks interesting, and go from there.
Post Glen has written:
- Not the End of the Tunnel
- The Last Semester: Light at the End of the Tunnel?
- The Last Semester: The Bottomless Abyss that is Life After Graduation
- The Interview: What do They Want to Know?
- Two Biggest Tips for Attending a Large Job Fair: Learned First Hand!
- Tips for Getting into Medical School: Not the “Cookie Cutter” Model
- 3 Big Reasons Not to Use a Resume Template
- College Connect: Interviewing and More
- College Connect: Kick-off Reflection
- 3 Tips for Career Fair Conversation
- Sell Well in Presentations: Tips From a Tour Guide
- Ways to Showcase Research on Your Resume
- 3 Skills Undergraduate Research Can Improve
- 3 Steps to Get Involved in Research as an Undergraduate
- 6 Steps to an “In” for Your Next Job Application
- Can I Get a Job Related to my Major?
- Don’t Get Stuck: A College Student’s Guide, Part 6 (benefits of liberal education)
- Don’t Get Stuck: A College Student’s Guide, Part 5 (choosing a major, APAS, & Grad Planner)
- Don’t Get Stuck: A College Student’s Guide, Part 4 (career planning timeline)
- Don’t Get Stuck: A College Student’s Guide, Part 3 (asking questions)
- Don’t Get Stuck: A College Student’s Guide, Part 2 (resume builder experiences)
- Don’t Get Stuck: A College Student’s Guide, Part 1 (student organizations)
- What is Woo?
- Meet Glen