Online resumes aren’t just all the rage – they’re increasingly a necessity. Gawker’s tech and lifestyle blog, Lifehacker, recently tackled this topic. Has the paper resume gone the way of the dinosaur? And if not, how much life does it have left in it? After all, professional landing pages – which are essentially nothing more [...]
Study abroad is a popular choice for students across the country, but there are several majors that tend to ignore this option while most of their friends are off globe-trotting.
As you move further into your postgraduate search for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, it’s easy to become discouraged about your professional prospects.
As much as you love your job for college graduates, it’s not always easy being cramped into a cubicle space day in and out.
Perhaps you’ve been tasked with seeking out an internship by your school – or maybe you’ve dedicated your next summer to working for a pittance for the sake of a better resume.
The times are changing for movie interns, as a recent court decision indicates – and it’s effects may reverberate more widely than just the film industry.
We all have our dream internship.
Remember how difficult those first weeks of college could be?
Money and college students are hardly synonymous, but plenty of cash is exactly what city-living requires if you want to stay social.
We’ve all been there – you’ve signed on for what looks like a really sweet internship gig, arrive on your first day and soon realize you’ve actually wandered into Dante’s final circle of Hell.
Rather than getting into jokes about mixing business with pleasure, the first thing you want to do when considering a workplace romance is take a step back and evaluate the situation.
There may be nothing more nerve wracking than walking into your first interview for a job or internship and being faced with the prospect of having to make small talk.
To get a great job, you need a stellar resume. And to build a stellar resume, you need a few good jobs. It can seem like a catch-22, but really it’s more like climbing a ladder rung by rung. You’ll move up by gradations, and each step will bring you closer to where you want [...]
The benefits of exercise on the brain have long been documented, but you probably don’t need a litany of scientific reports to back up that information.
It’s been said that all political science majors daydream about changing the world.