Beware of the Comfort Zone!

Beware of the Comfort Zone!

BY: RACHEL STARGATT My initial response to being asked to write a blog post (in my typical fashion) was to think, no, I’d rather not.  What would I possibly write about?  And who would want to read it?  The idea of sending my thoughts on a particular subject (even something relatively non-controversial) into the universe … Continue reading

Career as a Moving Target

Career as a Moving Target

BY: ROBIN MARKS Go to college, study hard, secure an internship or two and enter a career with a lifelong plan at 21 or 22 years old. These expectations are perpetuated by the “gold watch phenomena,” where a person gets a job, stays with the company for 30 years, advancing appropriately, and retiring with a … Continue reading

The Importance of a Mentor

The Importance of a Mentor

BY: BRITTANY O’CONNELL Entering the University of Delaware last year as a freshman I was what most people would describe as a “lost puppy.” I was only ahead of the game in the sense that I knew I was in the right major, Communications, with a few AP credits from classes in high school. I felt a … Continue reading