Author Archive: Veronica C.
As a college student, come internship-heavy seasons like the summer or winter break, you probably don’t want to hang around your school.
While hardly secrets of success, you’d be surprised how often students ignore these four obvious ways to stay ahead of the curve.
Does your resume look more like an airline pilot’s monthly itinerary? If so, you might have some job hopping problems.
Contrary to popular belief, pursuing drama in school isn’t in and of itself going to end with you penniless and destitute on the street.
For a lot of students, grad school is kind of like a mythical beast that they’d rather put off conquering until next year.
Instead of interpreting body language and replaying the interview endlessly in your mind, make it a point to be sure that you and your interviewer remain on the same page.
If you’re in the job hunting game and need some advice but don’t want to waste time, consider these 15 tips.
Follow these five steps to find your path to a better internship.
Not everyone who adores literature dreams of being the next Stephen King, J.D. Salinger or J.K. Rowling – many of them just want to aid writers in their craft and help the deserving voices find a podium.
Simply put, cities are best for internships – they’re stacked with Fortune 500 veterans, non-profit organizations and plenty of skyrocketing young startups that could be the next Google.
There are plenty of internships that can take place out in the rural parts of the world.
Many hiring managers and recruiters tend to break down down job candidates into a series of hard and soft skills.
As of August, The Wall Street Journal reported that it’s easier for unemployed workers to find work, but those positions aren’t exactly premium entry level positions.
If you’re looking for tips for getting your foot in the door of the movie business, you’ve come to the right place.
Everyone gets it – that point before a big exam or in the middle of writing a midterm paper when you suddenly realize you hate college, biology, the English language, physics, history or whatever classes you’re taking.