Talk to People

Networking can open doors and inform your choices.

Know who to connect with and what to ask to gain valuable insights from their experiences.

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Where to Find People To Network With

By Smiti Nathan, LDE for Physical and Environmental Science You have been probably told that networking is important, especially for forming connections with people in your field. This post offers suggestions on where to find people to network with.

Why are YOU …

By Maren Gonzales
Maren Gonzales Communications Associate
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Don’t Let a Coffee Meeting Just be a Coffee Meeting

How to turn informational interviews into longer term relationships

By: Rebecca Aman Okay, so you’ve gone on your informational interview. Over the thirty minute conversation, your coffee-mate gave you insight into what the organization is like, how it’s structured, and …

By contributor Bah Diane
contributor Bah Diane
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Why Mentoring Matters, and How to Get Started

“I want the women that I mentor around me to see those possibilities, how they can make a difference when someday they’re in charge,” Kathy Hochul, now New York’s lieutenant governor, said. “I want them to have a more expansive …

By Maren Gonzales
Maren Gonzales Communications Associate
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