Topics: Self Exploration, Job Search, Dream Job
College is all about gathering knowledge, making lifelong friends and memories, and learning how to become a fully functioning adult. However, a significant number of students fail to understand what should be done each year of college, to make you marketable to employers upon graduation. Not only is performing well in courses crucial, but landing an internship, attending professional events, joining clubs and organizations related to your specific major, among other things allow an undergraduate student to become as prepared as possible to land their first job, post-graduation.
Topics: Self Exploration, Career, References, Selling Yourself, Dream Job, How To
Do you believe your resume is holding you back? A good resume is key when catching an employer’s eye and landing your dream interview or job. A simple slip-up in your resume could cost you a great opportunity. Do not let mistakes determine your future, and don’t let your resume be just another paper in the stack.
Topics: Job Application, Resume, Cover Letter, Job Tips, Selling Yourself, Dream Job
How much do you really know about yourself? Discovering more about yourself can help with many things including reducing stress, growing as a person, and even lead to figuring out what career path is right for you. There are four main self-assessments that can help you discover yourself.
Topics: Self Exploration, Job Exploration, Dream Job
After research, networking, and an interview, you find out that you did not receive an offer from the company you have dreamed to work for. While you might think that this is a major setback, it doesn’t have to be.
Topics: Job Search, Selling Yourself, Dream Job
Topics: Interview, First Impression, Career, Job Search, First Step, Job Tips, Professional Skills, Selling Yourself, Job Research, Dream Job
Topics: Dream Job
Most of us want to think we are the best at what we do, or we at least want to be. But if we’re being honest – there are hundreds, maybe thousands, of people out there with the same skills as us. Competition can be scary- How can I get them to pick me? How will I make myself stand out? Well, thankfully we have this tool called social media we can use to our advantage. You can actually use your social media profiles to share your knowledge, skills, and experiences in a way that shows off your professional expertise. 70% of employers now do online pre-screening of their applicants, so use this opportunity to your advantage. But first, you need to answer the big question: What is my personal brand?
Topics: Social Media, Selling Yourself, Dream Job, How To, Personal Branding
Topics: Job Exploration, Job Search, Selling Yourself, Dream Job