[Contributed by Career Center Writer Roxana Hadadi]
It’s tough to think about work during winter break, but according to Career Center peer advisors, winter break is the ideal time to focus on how you want to present yourself to future employers, whether you’re looking for internships, part-time jobs, or full-time opportunities after graduation.
Career Center peer advisors, who are available for drop-in advising every day during the semester, aren’t taking their winter break lying down. Read on for their tips on how to stay motivated during the holiday season, from how to research jobs to the importance of keeping in touch with your favorite professors.
Lead Peer Advisor Eric Fleddermann, KSB/SIS/BA’13, has held two internships and four part-time jobs during his time at AU. Peer Advisor Robbie Gramer, SIS/BA’13, has held six internships and four part-time jobs during his time at AU, and Peer Advisor Quinn Smeaton has held five internships and two part-time jobs during her time at AU.