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4 Ways to Volunteer Online
4 Ways to Volunteer Online

When unemployment, isolation and economic struggles are at an all-time high, helping our community seems like a necessity. Trying to fulfill the required 100 hours of community service may seem difficult during a pandemic, but it is doable. Online.

Written by Sofía Martinez-MurilloJune 1
How to Survive Video Interviews and The Future of Recruiting
How to Survive Video Interviews and The Future of Recruiting

If you haven’t experienced a video interview yet, you will undoubtedly be invited to complete one before you graduate. These video-interview tips will help you navigate your next experience.

Written by Jason CiriloMay 21
Career Advice: Being a Problem-Solver
Career Advice: Being a Problem-Solver

One of my favorite job interview requests is, “Tell me about a time you failed.” The reason why I like it is because it’s designed to demonstrate your problem-solving abilities. A strong way to answer is to focus less on the failure itself.

Written by Jason CiriloApril 30
Reverse Career Fairs: All you need to know
Reverse Career Fairs: All you need to know

We've all heard about regular career fairs, where you go to meet the recruiting coordinators from different companies, but have you heard of a reverse career fair? Instead of students wandering around waiting to talk to a recruiter, it's switched.

Written by Morganne DarlingFebruary 21
Never too busy to help
Never too busy to help

Because of his passion for education, Walter Sutton received a presidential appointment, serves as a university instructor and made a donation that will impact future students.

Written by Jeanne SpreierJuly 23
Jindal School's sales program highlighted in documentary
Jindal School's sales program highlighted in documentary

UTD Jindal School sales program is included in "The Story of Sales," a documentary produced by Salesforce.

Written by External Affairs StaffJuly 20
Business of Healthcare Podcast ep 18: Educational requirements for management
Business of Healthcare Podcast ep 18: Educational requirements for management

Dr. Britt Berrett interviews healthcare management major Meagan McDonald about educational requirements needed to succeed as an administrator in the healthcare industry today.

Written by Business of Healthcare PodcastJune 29
Marketing Career Focus: E-Commerce
Marketing Career Focus: E-Commerce

Overview of skills needed by e-commerce managers and how these map to the courses offered at the MS or Master of Science in Marketing at UT Dallas. The e-commerce marketing professional requires a breadth of knowledge beyond the ecommerce platforms,

Written by Alex EdselJune 13
Marketing Career Focus: Marketing Analytics
Marketing Career Focus: Marketing Analytics

Overview of skills needed by marketing analytics managers and how these map to the courses offered at the Master of Science in Marketing at UT Dallas.

Written by Alex EdselApril 6
The Difference Between ITM and Business Analytics
The Difference Between ITM and Business Analytics

What is the difference between ITM and business analytics, and which one should I choose? Director of MS Business Analytics, Kashif Saeed answers your burning question.

Written by Kashif SaeedNovember 4
The Pros and Cons of Traveling for Work
The Pros and Cons of Traveling for Work

There are so many pros and cons to having a job that requires traveling. But this lifestyle is not for everyone. Read to see if it would be worth it for you!

Written by Michelle AbudaSeptember 28
Recruiting Interns – from the Employer’s Perspective
Recruiting Interns – from the Employer’s Perspective

It's time to take notes because this is what it's like recruiting interns from the employer's perspectives. As told by alumna Michelle Abuda.

Written by Michelle AbudaSeptember 20
Why Hire Millennials?
Why Hire Millennials?

The work ethic of millennials has been a much-discussed topic lately. The post today addresses this topic from the perspective of a working Jindal School alumna millennial, Ritu Pandey.

Written by Ritu PandeySeptember 2
Interviews are Two-way Propositions
Interviews are Two-way Propositions

Interviews are a two-way proposition so you must interview companies as they interview you. Evaluate and ask yourself, would you hire your interviewers to work with you?

Written by Sherri CookMay 6
The Philosophical Adventures of the Resume
The Philosophical Adventures of the Resume

Let’s explore some of the conscious and unconscious biases in resumes and learn preventative measures to avoid the “reject” pile with Keith Guerrero, Academic Support Coordinator in Operations / Supply Chain Management.

Written by Keith GuerreroApril 8
Fernanda Muñoz’s Internship at Top Golf International
Fernanda Muñoz’s Internship at Top Golf International

Fernanda Muñoz accepted an internship at Top Golf International to dive into the field of finance. In this interview, Fernanda shares details of her experience, including how essential it is to network.

Written by Gaby MokryMarch 21
You Get What You Pay For
You Get What You Pay For

When you cut budget corners expecting to get the best, you get what you pay for. Dr. Howard Dover explains one of the seven deadly sins of sales organizations so that you won't fall into the trap.

Written by Howard DoverMarch 9
The Unspoken Expectations
The Unspoken Expectations

There are three traits that make a person successful in a career: capabilities, opportunities and passion. Have the skills without the passion? You may need to rethink your career path.

Written by Sherri CookFebruary 29
How To Excel At Showing Your Skills
How To Excel At Showing Your Skills

If you’re an undergraduate student, you’ve probably thought once or twice about what you’ll do when you’re ready to apply for internships. Haven’t gotten there yet? Read Prithvi's interview to gain insight.

Written by Prithvi PersadDecember 14

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