NeW Professional Development Week

Each spring, NeW is excited to offer a Professional Development Week for our students, young professionals, and members. Throughout the week we share professional development tips from industry leaders on our social media pages (Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter) and new blog content on our website with advice from how to dress professionally to networking online.

Additionally, members have the opportunity to schedule 30-minute one-on-one meetings with NeW staff on a variety of different professional topics including where to begin your job search, feedback on job application materials, how to improve your LinkedIn profile, and so much more. If you are a member and would like to meet with one of our team, sign ups will be available on the Member Portal in the weeks leading up to the event.

Read blogs from last year's Professional Development Week:

Curating Your Closet: 5 Tips for Elevating Your Personal Style with Leah Nalepa

“If you don’t give the market the story to talk about, they will define your brand story for you.” – David Brier Style is personal. It’s creative. It’s energetic. Most of all, it’s important. What we wear dictates to the world who we are, what we value, and how we expect to be treated. It

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Be Prepared for Your Next Interview with Patricia Rausch

We talked with Patricia Rausch, Director of Career Programs for the Leadership Institute, about what she looks for when interviewing applicants and strategies for how to ace your next interview. What's the best advice regarding interviews you've ever heard or received? Research the who, what, and why of the company you are interviewing with and write

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4 Professional Development Habits You Can Start Today by Marisa Brand

Building your professional development toolbox can seem intimidating at first. There are so many resources and differing opinions out there that it can be difficult to figure out where to start. And, when you’re already working 9-5 (or even 8-6), it can be challenging to think about work in your free time. These hurdles can

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