Making Summer Productive

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Are you stressing out because your summer plans are not what you expected? Well, don’t worry, it will all come together. We may feel that we are behind because we may not have landed an internship or our ideal summer …

By Alyssa Steinman
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Mastering the Career Competencies

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The SPH Office of Career Services states, “college students and recent graduates who know how to use their talents, strengths, and interests are Career Ready.”

Great. It sounds simple enough. But how do I know if I am Career Ready?

By Mackenzie Jones
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Attending Professional Public Health Events

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Throughout the academic year, local, state, and national public health organizations visit campus to hire interns and full-time employees, in addition to sharing their initiatives and work with individuals in the community. Although these events may seem daunting due to …

By Megan Lisch
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Six Leadership Truths

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Are you a leader or aspire to be one? Over the course of my career, I’ve figured out that leadership isn’t something that is “bestowed” upon you by your title or function; it’s something you earn by your actions, day …

By Lindsey Pollak
Lindsey Pollak Chair of the Millenial Advisory Board
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The Right to Move: A Doctoral Student’s Non-traditional Perspective of Physical Activity

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As an undergraduate student, Jac Hadfield learned her love for physical activity was not shared by everyone.  “I grew up always moving my body and thought everyone did. And then I realized no, not everyone approaches movement the same as …

By Mackenzie Jones
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