Channel 69 Anchor Tannery Advises on Professional Social Media

By Tim Hofmeister Contributing Writer On Monday, April 4 in the Commonwealth Room of the DUC, DeSales students, alumni and faculty attended a presentation by Eve Tannery, the Channel 69 Sunrise News anchor and producer. Tannery talked about how to power your social media presence. Tannery explained how social media has changed news coverage and her show, including hiring … [Read more...]

Dress for Success Gives Attendees Insight, Free Business Clothing

By Tim Hofmeister Contributing Writer Spring semester at DeSales University brings hopes of warmer weather. However, for juniors and seniors it also brings anxiety about getting an internship or job. Fortunately for anxiety-ridden upperclassmen, the Career Development Center has all the tips and advice to help prepare them. For the third year in a row they hosted Dress … [Read more...]

Throwback Thursday: Career Services Office Opens Doors to Future (1996)

DeSales University truly desires for its students to be successful after graduation. To ensure this, one of the many services DeSales has offered for over 20 years has been what was formerly known as the Career Services Office. The Career Services Office has since been re-branded as the Career Development Center and is still known for preparing students for the future and … [Read more...]

CDC Hosts Annual Tailgate Party

By Lauren Trumbull Layout Editor This article was originally published in Issue 1, Fiftieth Year of The Minstrel (September 9, 2015). Click here to view the entire issue. On Wednesday, Sept. 2 at 10:50 a.m., students began their trek to Dooling Hall in the sticky 90-degree weather to stand in a long line for free food, a free T-shirt themed Career Development … [Read more...]

Career Development Center Receives New Renovations

By Lauren Trumbull Layout Editor Out with the old and in with the new! This summer has brought about many changes on campus, one being a complete remodel of the Career Development Center (CDC). “The remodel of the Career Development Center has created a new modern workplace that is bright and promotes more energy,” said Kristen Eicholtz. Upon walking into the … [Read more...]