By: Peter Craine Chances are that everyone who attends college has probably heard some variation of this conversation with our parents: “You really should major in something you can make a career out of.” For . . .
Allison Breneman Staff Writer Millersville University athletics are packed full of action and excitement. What happens when a student chooses to implement this thrill into their career path? Courtney Kling will be doing just that. . . .
Diane Gallagher Assoc. Features Editor The staff of the office of Experiential Learning and Career Management (ELCM) would like to formally invite one and all to the 2013 Career Week festivities that they have planned. . . .
Drew Becker Staff Writer Internships are regarded by many as a stepping stone to a student’s first post-collegiate career. In today’s job market, if one wants a lucrative first job, they are nearly essential. Many . . .
Danielle Weaver Features Writer One in two new college graduates is underemployed or unemployed. Young college grads are “heavily represented” in jobs that require a high school diploma or less, according to the “New York . . .
Anne Shaffer Assistant Features Editor Senior year presents all sorts of challenges: classes are getting more difficult, work is piling on demands, and extracurricular activities are taking up more and more time. However, the more . . .