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Lexie Andrew at National Model United Nations in the town hall of  Erfurt, Germany.

Lessons learned

April 9, 2024

I have had many opportunities through my time here at Weber State University and in life. I have learned valuable skills and lessons that I will continue to use for the rest of my life. One of these lessons...

Emily Miller standing in front of the W rock at Weber State Univerity.

Emily talks about her feelings *NOT CLICKBAIT*

Emily Miller, Copy editor April 11, 2023

In the least dramatic way possible, I have dreaded writing this column for as long as I have known it existed. I have found comfort in writing game coverage and athlete features and avoided columns at...

A Zoom presentation on March 24 talked about neuropsychology. Photo credit: Catie Weimer

Psyched for neuropsychology

Catie Weimer March 28, 2022

Dr. Benjamin Eschler spoke to students interested in neuropsychology over Zoom to explain what a neuropsychologist does. The former WSU student explained possible academic paths to take to become one and...

Youn Soo Goldstein highlights the APEX program. Photo credit: Tim Costello

Getting on board with an internship

Tim Costello March 23, 2022

Students, faculty and staff gathered virtually for the 2022 Weber State University Internship Conference on March 18. The event was organized by Robert Ameling, the assistant director of internships at...

Internships help students gain the necessary skills, portfolio, experience and education to enter the workforce confidently. Photo credit: Blythe Evans

Employment concern? Learn and intern

Claire Young September 22, 2021

Internships are one of the many tools Weber State provides to help students gain the skills and experience they need to prepare for their careers post-graduation. For some degrees, they are a requirement...

Deputy marshals Nick Chournos, right, and Andy Desmond, left, use student volunteers to demonstrate the stick formation for forceful entry. (Francisco Ruiz / The Signpost)

Local U.S. Marshals district encourages WSU students to apply for new internship

Francisco Ruiz February 6, 2020

In 1789, George Washington—then president of the budding nation—appointed 13 United States marshals: one for each of the 13 states. Now, according to the U.S. Marshals fact sheet, there are...

Jacqueline Auffant and Armando Zubia, representatives for Focus Services, look to recruit Weber State students at the Spring Career and Internship Fair held on Tuesday at WSUs main campus. (Robert Lewis / The Signpost)

Pursuing a career with personality

Marisa Nelson February 1, 2020

Finding a career after graduation requires more than just luck or a long list of skills. Employers look for students who take initiative, who are team players and are willing to put themselves out there. The...

Student Carter Smith working at the testing center in the Student Services Building.

Alternative avenues of paying for college

Patrick Luo November 2, 2017

Students who do not qualify for academic or athletic scholarships may find it difficult to pay for their college education. However, finding jobs, paid internships or outside scholarships can assist them...

Its not difficult to do well at an interview. Just be prepared. (GraphicStock.com)

Ditch the nerves and ace the interview

John Wise January 30, 2017

One of the most daunting aspects of entering the professional workforce is the interview. However intimidating a job interview may be, career counselors at the Career Services Center have a...

The panelists laugh as they talk about each of their internships, and the difficulties in each. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Career Cafe hosts internship panel

Cydnee Green October 2, 2016

Every week during the fall semester, the Career Services Center on campus hosts a variety of events that can help students prepare for their career paths. On Sept. 28, Career Cafe hosted the Walker Institute...

WSU student takes passion to national stage

November 25, 2014

From working in control rooms to finding random props throughout New York City, WSU electronic media and entertainment major Dylan Allred has just about seen it all. Taking his senior internship to the...

Quadriplegic WSU student trains for hand-cycling world record

August 27, 2013

Kris Sanford isn't allowing paralysis to discourage him of his dream of being an athlete. The Weber State University junior plans to break Ryan Nichols' hand-cycling ride world record of 776 miles. His...

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