Still not sure what you want to do after you graduate? That’s okay - it’s not uncommon.
If you’re looking to beef up your resume over the summer, we’ve got five quick tips for you.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of jobs, particularly those with competitive applicant pools are not obtained simply by submitting a thoughtful cover letter and a well-crafted resume.
Five Tips to Help You Nail Your Next Interview
The most important component to getting a great job or internship is being able to ask good questions and make a positive first impression.
There are many on campus job and leadership opportunities that can make a resume standout. We are encouraged to be involved as possible, but should all of these experiences be accounted for on a resume? As seniors, investigating on what makes a great
From now through the end of March, students should ask for and conduct at least five informational interviews per month. Doing so will dramatically increase the chances of securing a job or internship before graduation.
Of course dressing professionally, paying attention to how you speak, and displaying eagerness, openness, and enthusiasm through your posture and mannerisms is important… but it’s far from everything.
LinkedIn profiles should showcase a student’s “business of one” and are typically not revised for specific jobs. Think of LinkedIn profiles as resumes that never sleep.