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Posted September 11, 2013 by

Internship Finder, Would You Like College Credit for Your Work?

If you’re an internship finder who also happens to be a college student, wouldn’t it be nice to get some credit for your work?  The following post shares an experience relating to this issue.

Featured: Featured At Florida State University, I wasn’t able to get internship credit until I was a junior/senior. I got my first internship the spring semester of my freshman year of college and was told I couldn’t get credit for it. I was able to get “transcript recognition” for the opportunity – my career center helped me with that.

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Posted August 19, 2013 by

3 Keys to Landing an Entry Level Job in Consulting

Do you need some help finding an entry level job in consulting?  If so, the following post has three tips that could assist you.

Massive competition exists for entry level consulting jobs. Finding a consulting position at the beginning of a career requires much more than applying to every job posting you can find online.

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Posted August 15, 2013 by

Hiring Gen Y for Entry Level Jobs? Consider More than Just the Numbers

While employers may come across various studies on Generation Y, the most important thing for them to consider may be what this group has to offer once they’re hired for entry level jobs.  Learn more in the following post.

When, oh when will everyone stop focusing on all the stats and surveys about Millennials and focus on more important things… like, say, how well we’re actually doing our jobs? In yet another entry into the “here are some numbers about GenY!” category, Washington Post columnist Jena McGregor recently studied the results of a

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Posted July 22, 2013 by

Do You Want to be an Internship Finder? Act Like It

For students and recent graduates hoping to land an internship, there are certain things to keep in mind.  The following post shares actions to take in order to improve your chances of becoming an internship finder.

Featured: Featured This blog post was written by Laurel Mintz – managing director of Elevate My Brand, a company that posts internship listings with The past three years, we have been lucky enough to work with the Intern Queen to hire and train over a dozen interns both for us internally and for our clients. Some

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Posted July 16, 2013 by

On the Hunt for a New Entry Level Job? 3 Ways to Help You Find One More Quickly

College grads, if you’re anxious to find an entry level job, the following post has three ways that might help you get one faster.

I lost my job about an hour after I got married. I’m exaggerating, but that’s what my in-laws probably thought. After our wedding, I moved their Georgian daughter to Boston for my job—and then promptly lost it. Those were not fun months. A lot of people are in a

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Posted July 11, 2013 by

Information a College Recruiter May Not Tell You About the College Life

For students about to head off to college, it is important that they prepare themselves for the experience.  The following post has information for students that they may not hear from a college recruiter.

Do you find just thinking of college comes up?Are you unsure of how you should start? You are not the only one who needs some helpful information.College life is different than anything you ever have done before, but you…

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Posted June 19, 2013 by

What Recruiters Should Know About Gen Y When Recruiting for Recent Graduate Jobs

In order to find the best job candidates, recruiters need to better understand Gen Y.  The following post shares what recruiters should know if they want to attract this group for recent graduate jobs.

The War for new-grad talent has never been fiercer. More and more companies are turning to universities as their main pipeline to build up their workforce of amazing engineers, designers, and quants. However, many…


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Posted May 17, 2013 by

Will the Class of 2013 See Improvement in Entry Level Job Hiring Compared to 2012 Graduates?

College graduates in the class of 2013 hope their entry level job searches are successful, but reports say that hiring may not change much compared to 2012 graduates.  Learn more in the following post.

Most striking about the surveys is that while they measured different aspects of hiring plans, and talked to different types of companies and employers, the bottom line was the same: entry-level jobs in a grad’s field are few.

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Posted May 15, 2013 by

Dealing With Racism At Your Student Or Entry Level Job

If you are wondering how to deal with racism at your student or entry level job, the following post has some advice.

A few weeks ago, I had a job interview and, despite the fact that the interview went well, I received absolutely no post-interview response.

This may simply be due to the fact that, as a student, I have minimal prior work experience, but I also couldn’t let go of the fact that I have never seen anyone in this type of role who wears a hijab (a head covering worn in public by some Muslim women) like myself and I felt offended by this potentially racist incident.

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Posted March 25, 2013 by

4 Proactive Ways Job Seekers Should Use Twitter

How can Twitter benefit job seekers?  The following post offers four ways the social media site can help those looking for a new position.

If you’re a job seeker, don’t use Twitter to retweet a Kardashian or favorite something equally criminal. Twitter offers much more than snarky trends and celebrity gossip. The platform is actually full of thousands of job posts, rich learning resources, top-notch professionals in your field and much more. With such a smorgasbord

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4 Proactive Ways Job Seekers Should Use Twitter