Adam Moreschi

Hey there! My name's Adam and I'm currently a senior at WPI majoring in Management Engineering, focus in Operations Management. On campus I'm involved in Greek Life, Undergraduate Admissions, and campus programming.

My blog topics will be focused primarily on staying focused and realistic when it comes to career building, as well as personal improvements and confidence builders in knowing yourself and your skill set.

If you have any suggestions for topics or improvements along the way, feel free to let me know at any point!

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Several Job Opportunities and How To Choose The Right One

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Several Job Opportunities and How To Choose The Right One

For those that truly push for opportunities in their job search, it isn’t uncommon to be found with two or more job offers presented to them.  However, most companies extend the offers with the sincere hope that those candidates go to work for them, and put a limited window of time to decide and sign […]

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Defining Yourself Through The Resume

Filed in Finding a Job by on November 14, 2013
Defining Yourself Through The Resume

In today’s fast-paced and competitive job application environment, the average time an employer glazes over each resume is about 10 seconds. Checking for buzz words, the quality of the content on the page, and how extensive experience is on applicants’ credentials, among other important factors. But how can someone know if you’re a great fit […]

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Finding Jobs Closer To Home Or School

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Finding Jobs Closer To Home Or School

We’ve all heard the common, and understandable, dilemma that can hinder many WPI students in their job search: they need a job close to home or WPI.  Whether it’s for health, family, financial, or other commitments, there are a number of links that keep people within a certain vicinity for their potential work opportunities. Thankfully, […]

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Term Planning For Career Interests

Filed in Finding a Job by on October 29, 2013 0 Comments
Term Planning For Career Interests

Alright, back to the WPI grind – classes, organizations, jobs, and…right! A social life.  With all of that coming up quickly and filling our Outlook Calendars, it might be tough to find time for applying to companies and job opportunities. But, by starting this week to create a term plan,that challenge becomes much more attainable. Here […]

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Keeping Communication Until The Next Round

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Keeping Communication Until The Next Round

The thought’s always on a student’s mind when he/she really wants that one internship or full-time position: “When should I follow up?” Furthermore, “HOW should I follow up?” While there are different answers to this question, here are a few steps that I have taken in the past, which have proven to be particularly helpful: […]

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How To Make Strides On Fall Break

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How To Make Strides On Fall Break

  As final project deadlines and exams approach next week, most students cannot wait for Fall Break!  I know I’m feeling that itch as well.  BUT!  A smart move would be to put aside a couple days in the Break that you can crank out more of your job search, whether it be for full-time or […]

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Don’t Go Online Yet! Go To Information Sessions.

Filed in Finding a Job by on September 24, 2013 0 Comments
Don’t Go Online Yet! Go To Information Sessions.

Most students in the week after the Career Fair are in the position where you’re being told, “go online to our Careers page and apply for jobs there.” And most students hate this answer! It’s frustrating, skeptical, and leaves you with a feeling that any chance with that company stops then and there. BUT: there’s hope! An […]

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Your Presentation: Simplify It.

Filed in Career Fair, Finding a Job by on September 17, 2013 0 Comments
Your Presentation: Simplify It.

“I just don’t know what to say to the employers!”  “I get nervous.  I stumble.” “Do you think that this margin on my resume should be smaller so I can fit that leadership position from a year ago?” The number of times that I’ve consoled people over these worries means that students aren’t comfortable presenting […]

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5 Easy Steps To Kick Off Senior Year Early!

Filed in Career Fair, Finding a Job by on September 10, 2013 0 Comments
5 Easy Steps To Kick Off Senior Year Early!

I’ve got to say: it’s great to be back on the hill! With senior year ahead of many of us, this is an exciting and relatively open few weeks to get a list of companies for which to apply come full employment.   1. Revamp your JobFinder with an up-to-date resume and personal information.  Resumazing […]

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It’s Been A Great Year – Looking Forward To The Next One!

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It’s Been A Great Year – Looking Forward To The Next One!

Hey everyone! Well, it’s the end of the Academic Year, and that means I’ll be moving out to Erie, Pennsylvania to work for General Electric Transportation.  Specifically, I’ll be working in Specialized Locomotive Sourcing, which means I’ll be researching, evaluating, and developing proposals for the most quality and affordable goods and services that put together […]

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