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25Apr
April 25th, 2013
resume

This weekend, my college-aged cousin asked me for some first-time resume guidance and I couldn’t have been more excited to help due to my geeky love of awesome resume designs and on-the-job experience. But as I searched around for help on the web and through friends, I noticed a shortage of resume advice for college students. While there are plenty of helpful articles on how students can attain experience and…

24Apr
April 24th, 2013
informational interview

By Heather Huhman An informational interview is exactly what it sounds like: It is a way to learn information about a career path, an industry, a specific organization or even a specific job. An informational interview is not a job interview. Instead, it is an opportunity to talk to a person who has a job you are curious about. It can help you find answers to the questions you have…

23Apr
April 23rd, 2013
college graduation

By Noël Rozny Web Editor & Content Manager This is from a recent email conversation with my brilliant but also very busy younger brother, who graduates from college in just a few short weeks: Me: “Hey! What’s the scoop with graduation? I’m coming in Friday night so I don’t have to drive in the morning. Where do I need to meet Mom and Dad on Saturday for the ceremony, etc….

22Apr
April 22nd, 2013
first business cards

By Alexander Diedrick For months now, I’ve been meaning to make business cards. I’m not sure why I put it off for so long. Maybe it’s because I couldn’t think of what to include, or maybe it was because I didn’t think that the work that I was doing in college mattered enough to warrant a business card. Or maybe it was because I was lazy. But now that I’m…

19Apr
April 19th, 2013
college seniors advice

By Noël Rozny Web Editor & Content Manager Stop. Step away from the computer. Put down that dog-eared copy of Hamlet or The Republic or whatever it is you’re writing a paper about. Forget about your thesis for a second, which, I’m sorry to tell you, may not set the world on fire and probably won’t be read by anyone but your parents and your senior advisor. Stop and listen….

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