Connecting with people on LinkedIn is a great way to initiate conversations with people who work at your target companies or who work in your field.
As a college student, you’re networking all of the time, even if you don’t realize it. Every time you attend a meeting for Yearbook Club or grab coffee with a friend, you’re strengthening relationships with people.
Trying to balance an internship and a full course load this semester? If you want to be “connection-ready” when you leave school, making time for an internship is super important.
If you want to land a great job after college, you need to connection ready. In order to do that, you have to be strategic and intentional with your networking efforts. That’s where informational interviews come in.
It might be the end of summer, but if you want to land an amazing internship in the fall, you need to start making moves as soon as possible. Here are some quick tips for doing just that.
Moving to a new city after graduation? Katherine Sloan '12 shares her survival guide.
In order to make the best possible hiring decision, managers rely heavily on input from their colleagues, friends and acquaintances – that’s why candidate referrals are responsible for up to 70% of hiring decisions.
Former intern Katherine Sloan '12 (now NYC native) shares how to keep your head up in the Big Apple.
Recent Longwood graduates share their thoughts on what seniors should be thinking about in September with graduation only nine months away.