Throwback Thursday: Women’s Foreign Policy Group Mentoring Fair 2013

Heading to the Women’s Foreign Policy Group Mentoring Fair tonight 2/26 6-9pm? Here’s a recap of the event in 2013!  The Women’s Foreign Policy Group 2013 Mentoring Fair brought together dozens of foreign policy professionals and NYU students for a night of quick but critical insights to the field. Even WFPG’s president, Patricia Ellis, participated […]

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Myths vs. Facts: The Truth About Landing a Job in STEM

Myths vs. Facts! Breaking down the common misconceptions, urban legends, and false facts around landing a job in STEM fields! MYTH #1: There are only Engineering jobs for Computer Science majors. Fact: Two of the fastest-growing engineering fields, industrial engineering and petroleum engineering, staff two of the largest proportions of older workers. In both, 25% […]

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Student Perspective: Networking Tips for the Engineering & Technology Career Fair

When granted only 3-5 minutes of an HR professional’s time, don’t waste it. Being intentional in your conversation with such a brief allotment of time is essential, and most people love a straight-shooter. In these nerve-wracking instances it’s extremely natural to start discussing yourself, what you’re studying, why you came here to study it, and […]

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