a little introduction to our community Name: Jocelyn Drawhorn What are you currently studying in school or what did you previously study? I graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in English and with a minor in Business Administration. What kind of career do you hope to have or what’s [...]
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As a hiring manager, your duties working with candidates for premium entry level jobs and paid internships basically end the second you extend a final offer.
While applying for premium entry level jobs and paid internships will help start your professional career, they’re also necessary to pay back those pesky student loans.
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a little introduction to our community Name: Ahmed Tausif Aijazi What are you currently studying in school or what did you previously study? I am a doctoral student at Western Michigan University doing my PhD in Printed Electronics. I completed my MSc. in Advanced Computer Graphics (Computer Science). I did my bachelor of engineering [...]
Not only have I set up and run my fair share of career fair booths, but I’ve also attended plenty of these events in my younger, postgrad days – so I know a thing or two about what goes on on both sides of the table.
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If you’ve recently been accepted to a new internship, you’ve taken a major step towards building your resume, making professional networking connections and securing an entry level job following graduation.
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