Archive for October, 2012
Every year, handfuls of college seniors come back from spring break in a panic. They realize the year is almost over and they still don’t have a job. With it being the beginning of November, here are some tips to avoid that pit in your stomach when you realize you only have a couple more [...]
If you’ve ever gotten advice from a grandparent or parents about applying for premium entry level jobs or the methods companies use to hire graduates, chances are you’ve gotten some outdated guidance.
Posted by Katie Murley Keefe>> So you have heard about Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn Youtube… now there is another major player in the game: Pinterest. And it is not just for recipes and outfit coordination! Career centers are now using innovative Pinterest boards to help students get ready for career days, prep for interviews and much [...]
As you begin to apply for premium entry level jobs and paid internships after college, the whole process can quickly start to feel overwhelming.
a little introduction to our community Name: Margaret Greene What are you currently studying in school or what did you previously study? I am studying chemical engineering with a minor in bioengineering at Villanova University. I will be a senior this year. What kind of career do you hope to have or what’s your [...]
When you’re trying to impress hiring managers for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, a well-written cover letter can be a powerful tool to your success.
Posted by Katie Murley Keefe>> Social Media is a buzz word; in fact I am sure some of you are sick of hearing about it! I for one am a bit change resistant and I am a member of what is considered the millennial generation. But the trend to connect through innovative social media outlets [...]
If you’ve always wanted to pursue a career in medicine, but are a little intimidated by the exorbitant amounts of time, money and energy that go into becoming a doctor, you may want to consider a different route for premium entry level jobs and internships after college.
The internet has changed the American marketplace in significant ways over the past two decades.
If you’ve just started your college freshman career, then you probably see graduation as a far away event.
When it comes to applying to premium entry level jobs and paid internships, half the battle is getting in touch with someone who can help you.
No matter how many years you’ve been hiring, interviewing college students or recent graduates – either of internships or jobs for entry level graduates – is an art unto itself.
Whether you’re beginning a new internship or your first entry-level job, how you dress on the first day will influence your supervisors’ and coworkers’ first impression of you.
Whether you’re still in school or recently graduated, landing an internship is a major step towards your first entry-level position.
a little introduction to our community Name: Taylor Deloye What are you currently studying in school or what did you previously study? I studied marketing at Valparaiso University. What kind of career do you hope to have or what’s your current career? I am actively seeking a job in production or advertising. I would [...]