Marquette Wire

Unpaid internships could be more trouble than benefit

Melanie Lawder

April 9, 2013

With summer looming, the internship application season is in full swing as Marquette students scramble to send out their cover letters and seize a position they can use to gain work experience. In this process, students may have...

Mock interviews provide professional practice

Tony DiZinno

October 6, 2009

Amanda Hein confidently walked into her interview with a potential employer with resume in hand and all potential answers at the ready. Fortunately, this was just practice. Hein, a senior in the College of Health Sciences and career...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Career Fair editorial unfair

Rosemary Lane

September 23, 2009

When I read Tuesday's staff editorial about Career Services, I felt compelled to respond. The editorial unfairly criticized Career Services and expressed somewhat unrealistic expectations about the job market and what a Career...

STAFF EDITORIAL: Career Fair needs to include left out liberal arts majors

September 22, 2009

The Career Fair’s dated structure needs a tune-up and a new direction that will better benefit job-hungry students in liberal arts fields. About 132 companies are attending the fair, including Brady Corp., Briggs & Stratton,...

Career search in progress

Tony DiZinno

September 17, 2009

Hi, I’m looking for a job and I’m interested in your company. Here’s what sets me apart. For students graduating in December or May, who need to know how to market themselves to employers in a recovering economy, write th...