Archive for September, 2012
Posted by Hally Pinaud>> If you haven’t seen Classmates, take a minute to click the link there. Up until about a week ago, I would have told you that the Classmates tool is the coolest thing on the internet for a college student hoping to build a professional network. I feel almost as passionately about [...]
As a whole new chapter in your young life, freshman year comes with a lot of firsts.
Posted by Katie Murley Keefe>> These days, we get a lot of questions about Alumni Career Services. It seems like many of our clients are expanding how they serve this group, and often are creating devoted resources for them. Unfortunately, alumni are typically a much more diverse group than our students — both in terms [...]
Whether living with your parents in high school was like boot camp or a luxury hotel, heading to college for the first time can be an eye-opening experience.
While you might be planning on pursuing a study abroad program through your college or university as an opportunity to travel the world and drink legally in other countries, your time outside of the U.S. can actually be a major advantage…
a little introduction to our community Name: Alyson Pedro-Gonzalez What are you currently studying in school or what did you previously study? I graduated from DePaul University with a BA in Psychology. What kind of career do you hope to have or what’s your current career? I would like to have a career in [...]
Unless you’re going to school in or around your hometown, chances are you’re going to have to shell out a few dollars traveling to and from college over the next four years.
There are dozens of different variables to consider when you’re hiring for premium entry level jobs and paid internships at your organization.
There’s a lot to look forward to in college, but one aspect drives fear into the hearts of incoming students everywhere – the dreaded “freshman 15.”
When it comes to qualifying for premium entry level jobs after college graduation, it’s vital that you have plenty of experience with student internships.
Posted by Hally Pinaud>> Last fall when we saw the amazing Belmont Career Connector video, we couldn’t help but share it with EVERYONE. We opened every user conference with it. If you haven’t seen it yet, let me just say… we want this student on our marketing staff here at Experience: Which got us thinking [...]
Posted by Janet Sun>> We all know the value of a “workshop” is to teach students a valuable career skill such as how to write a resume or how to prepare for an interview. The question we may want to ask ourselves is what is the value of an employer event? We know that connections [...]
a little introduction to our community Name: Luis Rosero What are you currently studying in school or what did you previously study? I am currently completing an MBA at the University of Maryland in Finance – graduate in 2013. I also got my BA from Maryland in Economics. What kind of career do you [...]
While there’s no tried-and-true method for hiring the best candidates for premium entry level jobs and paid internships – especially in the current marketplace – there are a number of guidelines that every hiring manager should be aware of.
Posted by Hally Pinaud >> Social media is an increasingly big deal for our clients. After all, the eyeballs on an event or job can increase exponentially with a well timed post or tweet. Having a Facebook that works isn’t just about having checking the “do we have one?” box, though. That’s why we recommend [...]