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Accelerated Master’s Degree Programs at UMass

An accelerated Master’s degree option is an explicit arrangement of graduate admissions and courses and other requirements to enable a student to complete the requirements for a baccalaureate degree and a specified Master’s degree in less calendar time than would …

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AdAge Best Places to Work 2021

Ad Age Best Places to Work honors a group of companies that figured out how to get the job done in a year when the only place to work may have been the dining room table.

The winners—top companies with …

By Carol Sharick
Carol Sharick Director of Career and Professional Development for Undergraduates, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Carol Sharick
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NCAA – A Student-Athlete’s Guide – Competing to Get a Job

The senior journalism major on line 70 has Julie Hammer’s attention. The row containing this student’s name is shaded yellow, the color of caution, on a spreadsheet where Hammer tracks the post-grad plans of all 492 young men and women …

By Carol Sharick
Carol Sharick Director of Career and Professional Development for Undergraduates, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Carol Sharick
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Previous sites of SBS in DC internships

Previously, students have interned in and around Capitol Hill:

Congresswoman Katherine Clark – MA-5 (D)
Congressman Jim McGovern – MA-2 (D)
Congressman Tony Cardenas – CA-29 (D)
Congressman Brett Guthrie – KY-2 (R)
Congressman Joe Kennedy III – MA-4 (D)

By Carol Sharick
Carol Sharick Director of Career and Professional Development for Undergraduates, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Carol Sharick
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IPO Summer 2021 Programming

Please join us for the programs below and share widely among your staff, students, and social media networks. This is a  list of virtual programs that Ms. Pamela Dutta, Associate Director,  will be hosting this summer for the UMass international …
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COVID-19 and Law School Applications – UPDATED 5/19/21

The COVID pandemic and the response to it continue to impact various aspects of the law school admissions process. This post is updated regularly with new information and new questions (and answers), but remember that events are moving VERY fast …

By Diane Curtis
Diane Curtis Pre-Law Advisor & Senior Lecturer Diane Curtis
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LSAT Score Preview: Is it worth the cost?

In July 2020, the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) announced a new “score preview” service. Beginning with the August 29, 2020 test, first-time test takers will be allowed to see their scores before deciding whether to keep or cancel them. …

By Diane Curtis
Diane Curtis Pre-Law Advisor & Senior Lecturer Diane Curtis
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Law-related classes for Fall 2021

Every semester, we provide this list of the amazing array of law-related and law-adjacent courses that might be of interest to students considering legal careers. Some of these courses are squarely focused on the law. Others are more in the …

By Diane Curtis
Diane Curtis Pre-Law Advisor & Senior Lecturer Diane Curtis
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Why you should make time for visiting law school reps

I know what you’re thinking when you see that event listing for another visit from a law school admissions rep:

“I’m not really interested in that school.”

Or maybe, “I already visited the law school, so why do I need …

By Diane Curtis
Diane Curtis Pre-Law Advisor & Senior Lecturer Diane Curtis
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Admitted SBS Student Information Request

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