Step-by-Step Guide Throughout College Towards Landing Your First Job

Posted by Bryan Sachs on Nov 15, 2021 9:52:50 AM

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. 

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Topics: Self Exploration, Career, References, Selling Yourself, Dream Job, How To

5 Skills for Success in a Virtual Work Environment

Posted by Mary-Kate Alt on Nov 15, 2021 9:45:52 AM


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Topics: Career, Job Tips, References, How To

Who To Include As a Reference On Your Resume

Posted by Alyssa Estrada on Dec 29, 2020 9:00:00 AM

When building your resume it is imperative that you include references who can vouch for your work ethic and employment history. References can open job opportunities for you in the field you are looking for if they have positive feedback. It is important to recognize who should be listed as a reference, and who should not be.

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Topics: Resume, References

No, You Can’t Use Your Mom: Developing Professional References.

Posted by Duncan McNair on Apr 10, 2019 2:40:37 PM

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Topics: Networking, References, Job Research

3 Easy Steps to Build a Professional Reference

Posted by Jacob Linton on Apr 10, 2019 2:15:31 PM


Believe it or not - you have the opportunity to potentially build a professional reference every time you step into the classroom. That’s right; while you’re browsing the internet finding means to pass time, there’s a professional reference standing right in front of you.

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Topics: Job Exploration, Resume, Professional Skills, References, Selling Yourself

Work experience? Yes, you NEED it!

Posted by Lauren Spicer on Jan 21, 2019 12:00:00 PM

Why is work experience important? 

Work experience is important for several reasons. One, it can allow a young person to be more successful in their job search if they have some good work experience. Another reason is because if you are not sure of what career you want to do, work experience allows you to sample the many career options available.

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Topics: Resume, References


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