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By: Amy Soricelli, Assistant Vice President Career Services  and Alumni Relations at Berkeley College We all read articles about the right way to conduct a job search. There are endless tips for changing your job, re-focusing your search, switching up key words and revising the resume. How many times have you revised yours? What about […]

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By: Susan Sheppard-Svacak Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration; Fashion Management & Marketing (2012) While studying at Berkeley College, I had the pleasure of meeting some amazing people and created lasting bonds with friends, not just in the United States, but across the globe. I was an active member and officer (publicity chair and later secretary as […]

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By: Brian Maher, Vice President, Career Services   I know I’ve mentioned this topic before, but it is deserving of its own post. Work is hard. No matter how much success you and your team might experience, it’s still hard. And there is only so much gratification one receives from promotions and increases in compensation. […]

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  By: Amy Soricelli, Assistant Vice President Career Services  and Alumni Relations at Berkeley College I read an article recently about the pros and cons of “open space seating” vs. the private office. Having lived many years in both and taking away the good and bad from both experiences – I thought it was a […]

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  By: Brian Maher, Vice President, Career Services    I was speaking to an old friend in the ministry last night and was reminded of a quote from another minister we both know that said, “No matter the circumstance, we choose to either be bitter or better from it.” He’s right. No matter the news […]

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  By: Amy Soricelli, Assistant Vice President Career Services  and Alumni Relations at Berkeley College   I don’t know about you but 2014 was one of those years with an equal mix of good and bad. Sure, there were moments of complete elation and joy – I said “OMG a fair amount of times and […]

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  By: Brian Maher       Vice President, Career Services         Most of us are helpful by nature and seek to assist others when called upon. If someone doesn’t know how to use a machine or complete a procedure, we show them. But, unfortunately, that help can also serve as a handicap. […]