Dani’s Declassified Guide to Moving Apartments

This month’s blog post is about moving apartments. I have personally moved 7 times in the last 10 years to various apartments during college as well as the past few years as a young professional. I have learned a lot along the way and wanted to share these tips with you! Before Moving Go through…

Effective Time Management using the THOR Method

  Regardless of what field you choose, task management is going to be important to your role as an entry-level engineer.  Once you get the tasks, you then need to manage and prioritize these tasks to meet the expected deadlines. I definitely struggled with this my first year or so post-graduation, so I created a…

Dani’s Declassified Guide: Award Application Success and Resources

As someone who has been selected for several awards as both a student and now as an early career professional, I have learned a great deal about award applications. Below are six tips from my personal experience on individual award applications that I hope can help you! 1. Review Eligibility Criteria Requirements. There are so…

5 Places to Start your Job Search

“I am graduating soon – how do I start the job search for my first full-time offer?” As this is a common question I get when I talk to students, I thought I would start our 2022 Career Development series on places you can start your job search. Looking for entry-level jobs can be an…

Goals for 2022

There are many ways to start a new year with intention from setting a word of the year, to setting foci and many others. I personally like to set goals (which you will see not all of them are SMART) to help me focus on making incremental changes throughout this upcoming year. Below are my…

2021 – In Review

Continuing the tradition, my December post will summarize my year and review the goals I set. Much of 2021 was similar to most of 2020 as I continued to work from home. After being vaccinated, I was able to do some traveling throughout the United States and even got to visit a dear ASCE friend…

Dani’s Declassified Guide to STEM Career Fairs

As I recently got back from (SWE) Society of Women Engineer’s Conference and Career Fair, I thought this would be a great time to discuss STEM Career Fairs. Now that I am on the other side of the booths at these fairs, I wanted to share some tips on how I approached career fairs as…

The Aspiring Entrepreneur’s Guide to Networking

Today we have another awesome guest blog post for you! While our founder, Dani, is not an entrepreneur, we thought some folks in the audience may consider becoming an entrepreneur in the future and would benefit from this post. Please enjoy the following guest blog post by Michael Stephenson. Note: Opinions expressed by STEM Changemaker contributors…