CS Radio – Episode 65: “A Rose By Any Other Name”

SEASON FINALE. We’ve come to the end of another school year and another season of CS Radio. We’ve also come to the end of Pat Rose’s time as director of Career Services at Penn. We’re joined by an incredible array of guests who stopped by to reflect on Pat’s time at Penn and her contributions to Career Services. CS Radio will be back in September, but remember that Penn Career Services is open all summer long to both students and alumni. Thank you for listening and we’ll see you in season four!


Spring In Review

J. Michael DeAngelis, Information Resources Manager

I can hardly believe that there’s just four days left in the spring semester! It’s a great time to look back at all we’ve done together in the last four months!

Enjoy these last few days of the semester! We’ll start making new memories together in September!

CS Radio – Episode 64: “Grab Bag!”

It’s time for the spring grab bag! A little of this, a little of that, but all questions that we’ve been hearing lately in career advising appointments. Thank you notes, mistakes on an application, gearing up for a move, we’re going to cover all of it this week on the penultimate episode of the season! Enjoy!

Show Notes
Thank You Notes
What to Do When You Make a Mistake on an Application (via The Muse)
Relocation Resources

CS Radio – Episode 63: “Spring Fashion”

Unsure what to wear to an interview? An info session? The first day on the job? Just what is business casual anyway? Fashion is ever changing and the rules about what is appropriate business attire not only changes over time, but from company to company. This week, Michael and Mylène (well, mostly Mylène) try to answer as many questions as is fashionable in a thirty minute podcast! Plus, we take a quick look at the ways Career Services can help those who are in need get new work clothes for free. Enjoy!

Just in Time (for many great summer opportunities!)

Dr. Claire Klieger, Senior Associate Director

Still looking for a summer internship or research opportunity and feel like everyone you know already has their plans figured out? Don’t worry. Depending upon your areas of interest, there are still many fantastic summer opportunities out there.

Hiring timelines vary widely by industry. While some sectors hire early in the fall, others prefer to search for interns closer to the summer. If your interests include opportunities with non-profits, in healthcare, marketing, research, arts, film and more, you are in luck. Now is a great time to be looking! In fact, right now there are over 3600 active internship listings in Handshake.

If you don’t want to take my word for it, check out the following data on when Penn students who interned in summer 2017 received their internship offers, broken down by industry: