Skills you develop as you pursue your degree at Columbia will help to ensure your success. But for many, building industry-specific skills – like Excel, advanced accounting, or video editing– might not happen within the academic setting. Here’s how to get the edge.
The academic cover letter is your opportunity to introduce yourself and to discuss your dissertation project, teaching experience, publications, research interests, and courses you would be interested in teaching.
Looking for a new job? Want to connect with alumni and industry leaders? Trying to research a new industry or career path? Learn the three best ways to get started using LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional and social networking platform.
You have reached the point in your job search process when you have received an oﬀer, possibly even several. Remember, the job search is not yet over. Here are some things you should consider when accepting or declining an employment oﬀer.