Alumni Spotlight: Ha Vu ’17

Pronouns: She/Her

Lafayette Degree & Major(s): Bachelor of Arts, Computer Science and Anthropology & Sociology
Minor: Film & Media Studies
Were you an international student during your time at Lafayette? Yes

Location: New York, NY

Title: Senior Software Engineer
Employer:

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What Can You Do To Get Outside of Your Comfort Zone?

Stepping beyond the boundaries of your comfort zone is undeniably challenging, yet the rewards in terms of personal growth and development are immeasurable.

Overcoming insecurities and embracing unfamiliar environments can lead to significant boosts in productivity, enhanced adaptability, and the …

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Unlocking Career Potential with AI: Enhance Your Professional Value

The inclusion of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the modern professional landscape is an exciting development that offers immense potential for growth and innovation.

It’s a tool shaping the future of work. By harnessing the power of AI, you can take …

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Land into Your Dream Job by Story Telling, Not Fact Telling

You have an upcoming interview, and you want to leave a great impression on the hiring panel. How do you approach it?

 

The Expectations of Hiring Managers Have Changed

 

Traditionally, candidates go over their fact books, trying to …

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Alumni Spotlight: Allie Shumeyko ’14

Pronouns: She/Her

Lafayette Degree & Major(s): Bachelor of Arts, Film & Media Studies and English (Writing Focus)
Minor: Women’s & Gender Studies

Location: New York, NY

Title: Director of Content Production
Employer: Lippe Taylor Group

Describe what your employer/organization does: …

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5 Tips for Following Up With a Hiring Manager

The minutes, days, and sometimes even weeks after a job interview may bring a flurry of excitement and, also, questions. Did I touch on all of the topics I wanted to bring up? Did I effectively answer this or that …

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The most valuable traits to develop in your first career-related job

In this article, nine seasoned professionals, including a business owner and a president and CEO, share their insights on the most valuable traits they developed during their first job. From valuing hard work and efficiency to digging into details willingly, …

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Should I Go to Grad School? Here are 5 Good Reasons

“Should I go to grad school?”

Longtime professional, current undergraduate student, or sector switcher—no matter where you are in your social-impact journey, you may have wondered whether grad school is right for you. From satisfying a degree requirement to deepening …

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45 Rare Action Verbs for Your Resume (with Examples)

45 Rare Action Verbs for Your Resume (with Examples)

When you outline an accomplishment on your resume, why use a bland (and often meaningless) adjective when you can deploy a powerful action verb to add some depth?

Thoughtful action verbs …

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15 Words to Help You Ace Your Interview

15 Words to Help You Ace Your Interview

The excitement of an impending interview can be overwhelming.

Your imagination overflows with thoughts of what might be – to the extent that you forget that you need to pass a series of …

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