Category - Careers and Outcomes

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Some Smart Ways to Be Smart: Guide to UR Resources
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Career Development Opportunities at the University of Rochester
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Meet me at…Wilson Commons!
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How to Get an Internship in High School
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The Power of Doubt
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UR Student Employment
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Highlights from Junior Year: Spring
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Summer Highlights: Part One
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Humanities for Life
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Not Just a Side Gig: How I Found My Place in Theater at Rochester

Some Smart Ways to Be Smart: Guide to UR Resources

The University of Rochester offers a myriad of academic resources to help you with your course work. Being aware of these resources and taking advantage of them to the fullest can help you complete your classes with flying colors! The first person you seek for answers to your questions is your Teacher Assistant (TA). The[…]

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Career Development Opportunities at the University of Rochester

For many students, college is seen as a place where you can grow and nurture your academic interest or find yourself and discover where your interests truly lie. Regardless of what your plans are or what you are currently working towards, college time can ultimately be summed up as a period of early career development.[…]

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Meet me at…Wilson Commons!

At the University of Rochester, Wilson Commons is one of the main sites of the student union; a place to meet up with friends, catch a meal, and relax. Food Wilson Commons is home to The Common Market, Rocky’s Sub Shop & Lounge, and The Pit. The Common Market has a vast selection of candy[…]

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How to Get an Internship in High School

The summer between your senior year of high school and college is the perfect time to do some self-exploration. The possibilities are endless, but one option I would advise you to consider is participating in an internship or student-work program. As an incoming college student, you will be faced with a lot of career and[…]

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The Power of Doubt

By: Emily Tworek, Class of 2020 When I was a junior in high school, I received a LOT of college mail. Flyers, cards, postcards, information packets, you name it. I kept every piece I received in a big cardboard box next to my bed, and as I went through my college search, I picked out[…]

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UR Student Employment

Attaining student employment is a common goal for college students. The University of Rochester Medical Center, Dining Services, Residential Life, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, libraries—there are numerous settings that offer student jobs. Let’s avoid that cliche idea of a broke college student! Find a job through JobLink JobLink is the main, and[…]

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Highlights from Junior Year: Spring

Hello hello, thank you for proceeding to part two of my junior year highlights blog (here’s part one, just in case you want to revisit my fall semester)! So in a nutshell, junior spring was a time to be alive (I’ll explain why soon). Honestly, I think I went a little overboard with all my[…]

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Summer Highlights: Part One

Hi everyone! Hope you’re all enjoying your summer, wherever you are. Whether you’re staying on campus or traveling to a new city, doing research or working at a company, or maybe just chilling at home, the summer is always a good time! In today’s blog, I’ll be sharing what I’ve been up to since I[…]

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Humanities for Life

By: Bryce Davis, Humanities for Life Intern Hey, everyone! My name is Bryce Davis, and I’m a rising senior at the U of R originally from Wellsville, NY (about an hour and a half south of Rochester). At the University I’m double majoring in economics and music with a pop and jazz studies concentration. I’m[…]

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Not Just a Side Gig: How I Found My Place in Theater at Rochester

by Olivia Banc, theater & film major, psychology minor, computer science cluster  When I was starting out in my college search, I had big plans to double major in English and theater. I originally chose English so that I could study something “practical” on my road to law school, and theater so that I could have[…]

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