It's pronounced Me-*Len*
Michael and Mylene check in to talk about how the pandemic has effected jobs and internships, and how Career Services is continuing to provide help to students and alumni.  Plus, a fond farewell to our producer and editor of the last four years, Karen Yang, who reflects on her time with at Penn and talks to us about what she's hearing from other students in this weird time.One way or another, we'll be back for Season Six. We hope that's this fall! Thank you for listening and stay safe.All of the resources we talk about in this episode are available on our website:
Didn't land a job but want to be considered next time? Network with an employer who isn't hiring just now? Michael and Mylene advise on how you can stay in the front of a potential employer's mind. Enjoy!Show Notes3 Ways to Stay Connected if You Didn't Get the Job (via Idealist)
Considering a job offer or offers? Remember that there's more than just salary to think about. This week, we take a look at benefits both tangible and untangible  that should factor in to any job offers or negotiations you are undertaking!  Enjoy!Show Notes:Guide to Understanding Employee Benefits (via Idealist)
Any publicity is good publicity. At least that's what they say. Michael and Mylène   have a frank discussion about an article that appeared in last week's Philadelphia Magazine regarding earlier recruiting by banks and the ripple effects its had in academia.Show Notes:Penn Students Buying Their Way Into the Right Classes (via Philadelphia Magazine)
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Jun 14th, 1983
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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