Life After . Undergrad Life
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The last year in college involves celebration and anticipation. You’re about to earn a degree, but at the same time, you’re facing the working world and are tasked with starting a career. If the last four or so years were difficult, remember that their whole purpose has been to prepare you for life after school. As you’re about to graduate, it’s time to evaluate: Are you ready for the real world? More...
You have just received a call that you have an interview with one of the jobs you applied for. Once off the phone, you break into your happy dance and then the reality of going to your first job interview starts to sink in. You start thinking: What am I going to wear? How early should I leave my place to get there on time? What if the interviewer and I don’t hit it off? What questions is the interviewer going to ask me? More...
At some point in college you will have to write a resume. Either for an internship or to apply for your first job. There is no avoiding it. Your resume is the first and only opportunity most employers have to get to know you and your skills. No pressure, right? Below are a few tips to help your resume make a lasting impression and hopefully get you a call for an interview! More...