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1 December, 2016 By Jennifer Beyer

Work-School Balance: Tips from Varsity-Level Learners

  By: Jennifer Beyer For most of us, life is pretty busy. You’re used to balancing multiple tasks at any given time. So learning to balance grad school and a full-time job shouldn’t be too difficult, right? But it wouldn’t hurt to get some advice from others who have done it. CEB is in the […]


28 October, 2016 By Karen DeVigili

3 Ways to Build a Stronger Personal Brand on LinkedIn

One of the routine tasks for my college friends and I almost immediately following graduation was to update or, in some cases, create our LinkedIn profiles. Although I was always happy to offer my advice, opinion, or thoughts on my friends’ profiles when consulted, I always felt a sinking sensation when I took a look […]


18 October, 2016 By Jennifer Beyer

How to be a Savvy Business Traveler

Mastering how to travel for business is an art. You have to balance your everyday work responsibilities with the time it takes to travel.  By: Jennifer Beyer Mastering how to travel for business is an art. You have to balance your everyday work responsibilities with the time it takes to travel.  It’s not for the […]


9 September, 2016 By Karen DeVigili

Why Early Careerists Should Chase Their Ideal Skills, Not Their Ideal Roles

Ever heard the advice that we should follow our dreams? I have a different take on this piece of advice. I think you should follow your skills.  Karen DeVigili  Communications & Engagement Associate/ CEBer since 2014 Ever heard the advice that we should follow our dreams? I have a different take on this piece of […]


26 August, 2016 By Tyece Wilkins

How to Craft a Compelling Career Story

“So, tell me a little bit about yourself.” It’s the question some job seekers dread. Should you talk about your hobbies? Why you’re looking for a new job? What you ate for dinner last night? Answering this question is why knowing your career story comes in handy. Your career story sums up what has happened […]


19 August, 2016 By Jennifer Beyer

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for your First Day

By: Jennifer Beyer Your first day of work can feel like the first day of school. I remember losing sleep and being worried that I would get lost on the Metro. It’s normal to be nervous. To prepare, you’ve filled out all of your paperwork. You’ve picked out your outfit and planned to arrive early. […]


21 July, 2016 By Tyece Wilkins

What’s The Best Career Advice You Ever Received?

  Post by Brooke Strother, CEBer since 2015 As many know, one’s career can be filled to the brim with well-meaning advice. It’s often hard to differentiate between advice, constructive feedback, or even criticism. As a recent college graduate, navigating the corporate landscape can be daunting when surrounded by experienced, articulate professionals. Thankfully, at CEB […]


15 July, 2016 By Karen DeVigili

What I Would Tell My 22-Year-Old Self About How to Kickstart A Career

Karen DeVigili, CEBer since 2014 I remember the butterflies in my stomach as I drove home from graduation, cap and gown on the passenger’s seat, my car packed with my worldly possessions in the late spring heat. Every racing thought I had seemed to lead back to the same question: “What now?” Most of my […]


24 May, 2016 By Tyece Wilkins

A Conversation with Dr. Anne-Marie Slaughter, Powered by Women@CEB

On 16 May, Women@CEB–CEB’s diversity and inclusion group dedicated to professional development, impact, retention, and attraction of women–partnered with the Washington Women’s Leadership Initiative (WWLI) to host Dr. Anne-Marie Slaughter for a conversation to kick off its Authentic Leadership speaker series. The event provided an opportunity for CEB’s diversity and inclusion leaders as well as […]


17 May, 2016 By Jordan Evans

7 Things I Learned in My First Year on the Job

Hey you! Yea you–all you recent grads worried about what life after college will hold. Fear not, I was in your shoes just 12 months ago. (Woah, that’s a reality check!) I packed my bags to leave Bloomington, Indiana for Chicago. As I reflect on what has been quite an exciting first year of work, […]


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