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“Hey, this kinda sounds like you.”

CSSH Ambassador Grant Sherman never really knew what he wanted to do with his career and major because he has a wide array of interests. With some discussion and reflection, here is how he found his path in CSSH. ..
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Published On: November 14, 2017 |
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My co-op at Auschwitz

Read about how CSSH Ambassador Hannah Sattler’s research co-op at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum changed the course of her CSSH education…
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Published On: November 6, 2017 |
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Combining majors across colleges and co-op exploration

Cross-college combined majors allow for exploration of a variety of paths through co-op. Read about Julie Jochem’s co-op placements in two very different fields and the impact of each on her time as a CSSH student. ..
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Published On: December 9, 2016 | Tags: ,,,
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Moving out of your comfort zone: An international student perspective

CSSH Ambassador Klara Durkin describes the experience of the international student and moving outside of the comfort zone. ..
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Published On: November 1, 2016 | Tags: ,,
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Choosing not to be a lawyer

CSSH Ambassador Dodi Feldman describes how going out on co-op helped me clarify her interests and career goals. ..
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Published On: January 15, 2016 | Tags: ,,
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How Model Arab League brought me to Qatar

Building relationships with faculty can lead to global experiences previously unimagined, as Political Science/Economics combined major Alex Carlin highlights his involvement with Model Arab League…
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Published On: November 18, 2015 | Tags: ,,,
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How co-op helped me discover my passion

Human services major Taylor Tharp writes about her first co-op experience, a job working with urban youth in which she has discovered her life’s passion.

“I truly believe that if someone loves what they are doing for work every day, then they do not really ‘work’ a day in their life…”..
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Published On: July 28, 2015 | Tags: ,,,
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Do something uncomfortable

Photo of a colorful barbell and a bench

An assignment or experience that pushes you outside of your comfort zone can often be the one that teaches you the most as Ambassador Julie Paquette explains here…
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Published On: July 27, 2015 | Tags: ,,,,
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How diversifying your co-op experience could benefit you

It is a misconception that your co-ops have to be related to your major, but trying something new could actually benefit your career…
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Published On: July 16, 2015 | Tags: ,,,,,
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