2018 In the Know Posts

June 2018

Amazon first man-less store
June 7, 2018
We’re traveling the country to connect Columbia talent to West Coast tech firms By Syndhia Javier , Employer and Alumni Relations A couple of weeks ago, I took a trip to the West Coast to...Read more
Student Standing on a deck looking into distance with notepad
June 4, 2018
Now you’re in the swing of things. Keep the momentum going! You may have finally figured out how to navigate the commute and the names of your coworkers, but there’s more to learn to become a fully-...Read more

May 2018

Student looking inspired
May 31, 2018
Dear CCE, I’m about to start my internship. Even though I went through the interview process, I’m not really sure what’s expected of me. What do I do? Dear Student, Congratulations on your internship...Read more
Hands on a keyboard
May 29, 2018
Take Full Advantage of LinkedIn by Joining LinkedIn Groups By Tracy McGarry and Cathy Gibbons , Alumni Career Development So by now, you’ve probably heard someone mention LinkedIn before. You...Read more
Arman Azad
May 15, 2018
A Record-Breaking Year! We broke records this summer by administering over $1.1 million in Work Exemption Program (WEP) grants and summer funding awards to Columbia undergraduate students! A...Read more
Panelists clapping
May 10, 2018
NEW, ENHANCED IDENTITY-BASED CAREER PROGRAMMING We recognize and celebrate the diversity represented in our student body. Our dedication to best serving all of our students led to new, creative...Read more
May 10, 2018
At the PhD Pathways: Career Conversations event on April 11, PhDs currently working in these two fields shared their experiences finding employment, their views on pursuing non-academic careers and their advice about seeking employment. Among the panelists were representatives from United Nations, UNDP, Ford Foundation, and IDA. The panelists represented a good cross-section of degrees in: Sociology, Physics, Finance and Business, and Educational Technology.Read more

April 2018

Students in John Jay Lounge
April 30, 2018
Thanks to our awesome partners at Residential Life and Columbia College, this year we brought 17 programs to res halls across campus. Here are a few highlights!Read more
Michelle Huang CC'19
April 23, 2018
Summer break is quickly approaching! We know that you’ve been working hard to succeed inside the classroom and outside as well, so we hope you are preparing for a relaxing, and productive upcoming summer. Here are some tips on how current first-years can develop professionally during your summer break from Columbia, keeping in mind some of the core competencies of your Columbia journey:Read more
Student and Recruiter
April 23, 2018
If you’re considering Consulting, the time for preparation is now. The consulting industry is wide-ranging and one of the most in-demand entry-level options for students. The good news is, the...Read more
Alumni and Students Networking
April 17, 2018
On April 5th, the Center for Career Education’s lounge transformed into a bustling networking event, launching the Graduate Student Career Development team’s inaugural: Career Meet up for Master’s in...Read more
April 9, 2018
The results are in! Check out the 2017 Graduating Student Survey reports to see where the class of 2017 went after earning their Columbia degree.Read more

March 2018

Panelists for Industry Showcase: Book Publishing March 28, 2018
March 30, 2018
Who doesn’t love talking about books? On March 28 th , during our Industry Showcase: Book Publishing event panelists from Quarto Publishing Group , New Leaf Literary , and Macmillan Publishers came...Read more
Indira Cesarine
March 28, 2018
On March 27th, Indira Cesarine returned to Columbia to share her experience as an entrepreneur in media and the arts with our students. Over an intimate dinner and discussion, Indira shared her...Read more
Sports Business Industry Showcase, Monday, March 26th, 2018
March 28, 2018
On Monday, March 26th, five panelists—including three Columbia alumni—from across the sports industry joined CCE for the Sports Business Industry Showcase, an event aimed at educating Columbia...Read more