January 20, 2015 by William Frierson
Whether you’re concerned with success in high school, college, a job search, or a specific career, it turns out that who you are (your background, skills, talents, etc.) is actually less important than what you do (the strategies you follow, plans you put in place, and effort you expend). Most people don’t necessarily find this intuitively true, but lots of research has been done to back up the point.
Here’s the main point of this article. You need to manage your academic life and professional career like a CEO manages a business: by researching, developing, and implementing strategies. Continue Reading
January 14, 2015 by William Frierson
Being a job seeker nowadays is a pretty frightening fate. To find a decent internship, let alone a normal job, is obviously a task for the strongest: for those, who have relevant experience and a smartly created resume. What if you have none of the above? Perhaps, it would be reasonable to start with the latter and do it your way. If you want to drag the potential employer’s attention towards yourself, differ yourself from other applicants: create a personal website. It is much easier than it might look. Just take the three following steps. Continue Reading
January 06, 2015 by William Frierson
Marketing jobs are very competitive. At times, completing an internship or having a private contact opens the door for you in marketing and hence an upper hand when you go for an interview.
You should note that, securing your dream job in this competitive market will be more complex than having a good contact. You will not only need to attend conferences for networking but you should also use social media- LinkedIn/Facebook/Twitter to enhance your knowledge in marketing and corporate sponsorship.
Here are the tips that will help you break into marketing: Continue Reading
December 26, 2014 by William Frierson
Graduating law school is a great accomplishment. It takes a remarkable amount of studying and dedication to become a criminal lawyer. Lawyers are very bright people. However, you will still have work to do after you receive your diploma. Now you need to set your sights on getting a legal internship. As you might imagine, there is a great deal of competition for these coveted positions. Therefore, you need to do everything you can to set yourself apart from the other applicants. Let’s take a look at some of the best ways you can go about landing a legal internship as soon as possible after you graduate: Continue Reading
by William Frierson
We all understand the importance of internship programs for a prosperous future. Fresh graduates enrolled in internship programs to get hands on experience with professional people. Some organisations pay for internships, some do not. While some companies hire interns to benefit by their updated qualification. However, if you’re a fresh grad and want to add experience to your resume then you’re reading the right content. Take a look at the information shared below to kick off your career with the best opportunity. Continue Reading
December 16, 2014 by William Frierson
Getting ready to find your first internship or job? You probably have a lot of questions about how and where to begin.
Allow me to answer the following question, which will save you time and effort for the rest of your career: can you use a downloaded resume template?
The answer is yes, you absolutely can. Here are some myths about resume templates that need to be dispelled so that you don’t waste your time formatting a resume, or buying one for an outrageous price. Continue Reading
December 10, 2014 by William Frierson
A motivation letter for an internship highlights the answers to 3 main questions:
1. What is your reason to pursue the internship program?
The answer to this question will include details such as ‘what do you know about the program?’ and ‘how it is of interest to you?’
2. What is your reason to pursue the internship with a specific employer?
You can write about ‘what you know about this employer?’ and why you have chosen an internship rather than a full-time program?
3. How will you best use this internship opportunity to excel in your career?
You can answer with details about your short-term and long-term goals. Continue Reading
December 05, 2014 by William Frierson
Not every high school student or young adult is set on acquiring a college diploma through the traditional four-year college experience, or right away. And with so many options to obtain and finish degrees at your disposal, you simply don’t have to. Whether it’s because you’re already working hard at your own start-up or you’ve just secured the internship of your dreams, you may find that an undergraduate or graduate degree is something you are only interested in pursuing on the side.
If you know a college degree is important, but you don’t want to take a break from the life you’re living to get it, here are five tips to finishing your college degree while you travel the world, intern for public radio, or slave away at your very own tech start-up. Continue Reading
December 02, 2014 by William Frierson
Recruiting really begins with the candidate – and that’s why College Recruiter is so passionate about creating an exceptional candidate experience. In order for companies to fill their entry-level and internship positions, they need a reliable flow of quality candidates – day in and day out. Continue Reading
October 31, 2014 by William Frierson
Choosing the best profession can be a daunting affair especially in modern times. Though there is prevalence of information, you might be lost with choices, as all careers look promising at a glance. Real estate still is a lucrative profession and you can create an excellent career with the right information. Continue Reading