To do really well in an interview you need to understand the position. We’ll guide you through your research here!
Interviewers really like detailed examples when they ask interview questions. Here is a successful format for answering interview questions and developing examples to create concise, poignant answers.
Taking time to identify your primary interest areas can help you find a major and career path that fit you well and possibly identify new careers you haven’t even considered.
Use this CSU Create Your Story booklet to log helpful information about your interests and values to get you on track to choosing a major and career.
Whether you are transitioning careers or just beginning your career, you need a good story about your journey. Find out how to craft a story with all the key elements to motivate yourself and also enlist the help of others.
LinkedIn is a great resource to use even as a student. Find out what a student profile looks like on LinkedIn so you can begin networking and connect to classmates and potential contacts for the future.
70% of CSU graduates secured first-destination employment or education plan at the time of graduation
Grads are employed at a rate 10 points higher than the national average and earn an average of $45,000
3 out of 4 CSU graduates are employed in a field or profession related to their major
Approach your studies with an open mind, and keep as many doors open as possible. Never rule out a field, a minor, or even an elective, because you never know how your interests will change with time.
David Rasicci, '18
Biomedical Sciences, M.S.
Anatomy, PhD program
Pennsylvania State University, College of Medicine