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About Catherine Moser

Catherine Moser is an experienced career service, diversity & inclusion, and recruiting professional with expertise in helping college students successfully launch their careers. She has a wealth of varied experiences including close to a decade specifically in higher education providing career counseling and employer relations at top universities including DePaul University’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. In 2014, she joined PeopleScout as a North American Campus & Diversity Senior Recruitment Consultant and is currently working on diversity and campus recruitment strategies across the US and Canada for the financial and banking industry. She obtained an M.Ed. in Counseling, College Student Development and Community Counseling from DePaul University and an undergraduate degree in Business from Indiana University Bloomington.

Students – How to Get Hired!

I have had the privilege of working with college students for most of my career either in a university career services or recruiting capacity.  While I have had tons of fun, I have also learned many things that are typical questions of every student each year.  Here, I will try to answer some common questions

By | October 27th, 2017|Categories: Career Growth, Networking|0 Comments

Can You Ask Too Many Questions in an Interview?

This is an interesting question that was recently posed on a recruiters’ Facebook group.  As I contemplate this question, I see it not as a yes or no question – it is a situational and contextual question.  Let me explain: As a candidate, what is the purpose of asking questions during a job interview? Take

By | May 19th, 2017|Categories: During the Interview|0 Comments

Become Employable Instead of Just Employed

It is one thing to be employed and have a job. Making yourself employable is a completely different story.  Employability means making yourself ready for the next move before you are ready to move.  It means making sure that you have filled any skills gaps for your next move.  It means ensuring you understand all

By | February 24th, 2017|Categories: Career Growth|0 Comments

LinkedIn Profile Quick Fix Worksheet

Many of my colleagues have written great articles on LinkedIn and professional social media (click HERE…..HERE….and HERE). What I would like to do with this article is provide a quick and concise appendix to these articles on the tactical ‘how-to’s’ in order to complete a few steps to either build or refine your LinkedIn

By | December 2nd, 2016|Categories: Resume Tips|0 Comments

Cover Letters Demystified

Is it worth it to write cover letters for your job applications – or when you forward your information to a networking contact?  Valid question. From almost a decade of career services experience, I can truly say that some companies read them and take them seriously and some don’t.  If you have an inside

By | October 26th, 2016|Categories: Before the Interview, Resume Tips, Tutorials & Guides|2 Comments

Campus Recruitment: Think Outside In vs Inside Out

I have had the unique pleasure to work in university career services for just shy of a decade across three major universities. This has provided me with an insight into the inner workings of universities – more importantly, recruiting from universities. This is also why I was recruited by PeopleScout to provide a unique and

By | September 2nd, 2016|Categories: Recruiting and Sourcing|1 Comment