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Posted August 20, 2014 by

College Students, Are Your Jobs as Interns Over? 5 Tips for Writing Thank You Notes

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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Posted August 26, 2013 by

6 Ways a Summer Internship Finder Can Keep in Touch with a Former Boss after the Experience

Are you a summer intern who has finished or is about to finish your internship?  Even though, the experience is or about to be over, that doesn’t mean communication with your former boss has to be.  The following post shares six ways an internship finder can keep in touch.

Featured: Featured I know most of you are finishing up your summer internships. Here are some tips on how to stay in touch with your summer internship coordinator after the internship ends: 1. Find out his or her birthday. Put this on your calendar and remember it every year for the rest of your

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Posted August 23, 2013 by

Just Graduated from College? 5 Expenses to be Wary of as Grads Land Entry Level Jobs

Money can be tight as a recent college graduate, and you want to watch how you spend it.  The following post shares five expenses grads should be wary of as they land entry level jobs.

Featured: Featured I’ve been talking with a lot of recently graduated students about budgeting and what financial traps recent grads should watch out for. Here are 5 things that I spent TOO MUCH money on when I had my first real job: 1. Food. You are working several hours and have no time for yourself.

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Posted June 21, 2013 by

Jobs for College Students – Gift Giving for the Fourth of July During Your Internship

As jobs for college students, internships provide an opportunity to make a good impression.  If you have a summer internship, giving gifts for the Fourth of July might help your cause.  Learn more in the following post.

Featured: Not Featured An important part of professional etiquette is knowing when to give your coworkers gifts. In internships, most students focus on making the best impression possible toward their business associates. Giving a thoughtful Fourth of July gifts Fourth of July gifts to your department can be a nice

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Summertime Gifts for Professionals: 4th of July

Posted May 20, 2013 by

How to Balance Internships, Jobs for College Students, and Other Priorities

We all have things that are important to us in our lives.  However, at some point you may need to decide what your priorities are.  The following post explains how to balance internships, jobs for college students, and other priorities.

Finding the balance between academic excellence while maintaining your social life can be overwhelming for the average person. Adding a job, internship or athletics to all of that is impossible for some. Then there is you… You want to do it all. While this is admirable, it is also difficult to do everything well. Often, taking

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Creating Balance Between Internship, Studies and your Personal Life

Posted April 05, 2013 by

Choosing the ‘Write’ One: Writing Samples 101

If you are interviewing for a writing job, it is a good idea to bring a variety of writing samples just in case a potential employer is interested.  Learn more in the following post.

Whenever I go on an interview, I carry a folder full of writing samples and copies of my resume. You’ve probably heard that employers often ask for writing samples during an interview even if they hadn’t asked you to bring or send them beforehand. I’ve been in this very

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Choosing the ‘Write’ One: Writing Samples 101