- August 28, 2014 by William Frierson
Are you crazy about football? Do you wish you could see your favorite soccer stars closely? So, stop wishing and start thinking how you can fulfill your wish. If you are clueless regarding how to do so, take a look at the different career options in football. There is more than one option to turn your passion for football into profession. You can choose to become a sports agent or a sports doctor, enter into the sports broadcasting industry or sports management. You can also think about taking up the career of a PR and marketing professional in sports industry. Let’s talk about each of them in details. Take a look at the following. Continue Reading
- August 26, 2014 by William Frierson
When writing their emails to professional contacts, such as recruiters, high school students should take them seriously. The following post shares tips they should remember.
Featured: Featured Over the past year, we’ve had an increased interest in our site from high school students. This is great news, as it shows that young people are taking their future seriously and thinking about what they want to do with their life even before they get to college. It’s important that high
- August 21, 2014 by William Frierson
This summer may be flying past, but if you’re about to begin the last year of your high school career or if you’re already in college and you’re getting ready for the semester just ahead, you’ll need to start making next summer’s plan before long. And you’ll probably face a seasonal question that’s been haunting students for generations: should you look for summer work behind a retail counter or in a restaurant kitchen? Or should you skip wage labor and prioritize experience by taking a low-paying (or non-paying) summer internship? Here are a few considerations that may influence your decision. Continue Reading
- August 20, 2014 by William Frierson
For people trying to find entry level jobs, it’s important to understand that it takes time, as well as the proper steps. Learn what you can do to find a new job from an infographic in the following post.
Finding a job has never been more difficult. The days of going to a big job board and clicking the ‘Apply Now’ button until something good happens… are gone. Done right, however, finding a job is not as difficult as it may seem. In fact, many successful job seekers today are learning that using a combination of various
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As college students finish their jobs as interns, they should remember to show appreciation for their experiences. In the following post, learn five tips to use when writing thank you notes.
Featured: Featured I was recently featured in a FORBES article that got a lot of great feedback from students. One student was reading it as she was finishing up her internship in Los Angeles and she emailed me some great questions about what to do towards the end of your internship. Here are some tips for Thank
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- August 18, 2014 by William Frierson
For college students with jobs as interns, there is an opportunity to make the most of their experiences. In the following post, learn six tips to manage an internship using LinkedIn.
The typical college student isn’t really into LinkedIn… at least not yet. Without much professional experience, many wonder who to connect with and how to make your career-to-date look attractive. Once you score an internship, though, things are looking up for you on LinkedIn! Here are six ways you can leverage your
- August 15, 2014 by William Frierson
If you’re looking to find an internship, maybe you want one like this in the following post.
This is not your father’s (or mother’s) internship! As you can see from this infographic from Gatesman+Dave, and ‘The Brandtern Experience’, internships today are far different than they were a generation ago…
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- August 14, 2014 by William Frierson
If you’re writing a resume to find an internship, remember these seven tips in the following post.
Featured: Featured Students send over their resumes so I can take a look and provide feedback almost daily. I don’t always have time to do this for everyone, but I love to look over them when I can. I wanted to share some advice I gave a student recently about her resume. She was applying for
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- August 13, 2014 by William Frierson
College students with jobs as interns can stand out from others in these seven ways found in the following post.
Maybe you’ve been with an employer as a summer intern and are looking to go out with a bang. Or perhaps you’re looking for a Fall internship? Either way, you’re probably wondering what you can do stand out as the best intern your employer has ever hired. There are a variety of traits employers look
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If you want to find an internship this fall, check out these 10 new opportunities in the following post.
Featured: Featured Your resume is revamped, your interview outfit is ready to go — now it’s time to apply for and land that Fall 2014 internship! We have TONS of new opportunities going up every day — from huge entertainment companies and magazines, to boutique PR firms. Check out the top opportunities that are looking for candidates like you, NOW