In all my years of reviewing applications and interviewing candidates for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, I’m always surprised by how few college graduates know the value of a follow-up email.
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So, you’ve managed to land your first big interview after college graduation, and the day of the meeting has finally arrived.
a little introduction to our community Name: Arielle Robbins What are you currently studying in school or what did you previously study? I am eighteen years old and I’m beginning my freshmen year at Northwood University; I recently graduated with honors from Frankenmuth High School. I plan on graduating with an honors diploma in [...]
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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applying for premium entry level jobs or the methods companies use to hire graduates, chances are you’ve gotten some outdated guidance.