All posts by Carly Dube

CARLY DUBE Assistant Director of Employer Engagement Carly joined Boston University in September 2018. In her role, she is focused on expanding the campus recruiting program and employment network for BU students and employers through various engagement opportunities. Carly holds a bachelor of arts degree in Spanish from the University of Connecticut. Prior to joining BU, Carly worked in various human resources and talent acquisition capacities in both the travel and retail industries. In her free time, Carly enjoys spending time at the beach, trying new restaurants, and attempting to train her 1 year old Old English Sheepdog puppy.

Employer Perspectives: Lizzie Habermehl, MathWorks

Could you share what your role is at MathWorks, and how your career path brought you here? I am a College Recruiter for our Engineering Development Group at MathWorks. I work primarily with STEM majors coming into our tech leadership development program from bachelors, masters and PhD programs. I’ve been in this role for over a ...

Top Five Etiquette Mistakes New Workers Make

The job search can be such a long and strenuous process that it can be difficult to find time to prepare for starting your new job itself. Your first job will be a completely new learning experience, and many find it is quite different from the college experience. There are new expectations, new norms, and ...

Q&A with Veeva Systems

We had the opportunity to sit down virtually with Marisa Gadoury, University Recruiter for Veeva Systems. She shared her perspective as a recruiter during the pandemic, and also some information about Veeva Systems with students at BU! CCD: Could you share what your role is at Veeva Systems, and how your career path brought you here? MG: ...

Professional Dress on a Budget

Does professional dress for job interviews still matter? What does “professional dress” mean? How can I dress professionally on a college student’s budget? And where can I even find professional attire in the first place? Do these questions resonate with you? If so, we are here to help answer those for you! Yes, professional dress ...

Internships After Graduation

Graduating soon and not quite sure what you want to do? Or if you want a career in your major? Do you want to try something new, or gain some new experience? Intern again! It takes an average of 3-6 months to secure full time employment after graduation typically anyway, so why spend that time ...