Prepare, prepare and then prepare some more! Interviewing isn’t just a matter of dressing up, showing up and being charming. As college students and recent grads, you have to sell yourself to the hiring manager – a difficult challenge when you don’t have a long work history to refer to. Being prepared is your best path to success. We’ve put together a comprehensive section of blogs and resources from career professionals and other job seekers on lessons learned on the front lines and best ways to prepare for your job and internship interviews.
Many of you are just beginning to craft your professional story. Your resume needs to represent your skills and qualifications as well as your individuality. Experience™ has gathered advice from our network of job-seekers, from employers and from professional partners, to help you tell your story in a way that resonates with hiring managers.
Your cover letter is your opportunity to stand out from the crowd. Use our cover letter resources to create tailored messaging that shows prospective employers why you are the best choice for the job or internship. Everything from cover letter fundamentals to relevant examples have been pulled from our network and from trusted resources to help you open professional opportunities.
Since 2007, Experience has surveyed companies across the country to find 20 organizations whose entry-level hiring and retention practices are exceptional. Check out our 2013 Best Places to Work for Recent Grads list
and learn about the types of things you should be looking for in a company – training programs, benefits, mentoring opportunities – all great things to help you on your career path.
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