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Posted July 09, 2014 by

3 Reasons Why Graduates Should Find an Internship

If you are a college graduate looking to get some work experience and potentially discover a career, the following post shares three reasons why you should find an internship.

Featured: Featured Students always ask me if they should try to intern after college. My response is that it always depends on the student’s circumstance and previous experience. One of our campus ambassadors from UCF just graduated and is interning at UniversalMusic Groupthis summer. I asked Kailee why she decided to intern after graduation and

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Posted June 27, 2014 by

Interested in Finding an Internship for Fall 2014? 5 New Opportunities to Consider

For students interested in finding an internship for this coming fall, check out five new opportunities in the following post.

Featured: Featured It’s that time again… get a head start on the FALL 2014 school semester with a NEW resume-buildingFALL 2014 internship. We have a bunch of FALL internships going up every week but these are theTOP 5 FALLinternships waiting for you to apply now!Click below to submit your application:read

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Posted June 02, 2014 by

Shy About Tooting Your Own Horn on Recent Graduate Jobs? 5 Tips to Feel More Comfortable with Self-Promotion

For young professionals on recent graduate jobs who are shy about talking about their accomplishments, the following post has five tips to help them feel more comfortable with self-promotion at work.

“So,” says the black-suited interviewer, “tell me about your accomplishments.” If we fast forward five minutes, would you still be considering your reply? If you’re an introvert, your mindgrapes might have hijacked your vocal cords and started a misguided inner monologue: “Does she want to know about the time that I completed eight proposals

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Posted April 29, 2014 by

PR Internship Finder, Tips to Make it Through Fashion Week

If you’re a PR internship finder who needs some tips to make it during fashion week, you can find them in the following post.

Featured: Featured My friend and fellow-CEO, Alyson Roy, is a huge publicist in NYC. Aly and I met as interns at the NYU Summer dorms (of course!). Aly is one of my closest friends and we see each other everytime I’m in NYC. Aly always takes on some great fashion interns so I asked her to write

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Posted March 10, 2014 by

Haven’t Landed Entry Level Jobs, College Grads? How to Maintain Your Careers

College graduates who have not landed entry level jobs can still maintain their careers.  Learn how in the following post.

It’s true: your job search is a full-time job. But if you’re dedicating all of your waking hours to finding a job, you might be neglecting something just as important: maintaining your career. Your career doesn’t have to go on hold just because you’re searching for a full-time position, however…

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Posted December 18, 2013 by

Doubts about Taking that Entry Level Job in Sales? How It Can Benefit Your Career

So, you’ve been offered an entry level job in sales, which sounds good.  However, are you concerned that you may not like what you will do on the job?  If yes, then the following post may convince you enough to take the position.

Most college students are absolutely petrified of those entry level sales jobs that require cold calling. Others feel they are “too smart” or that they just spent way too much money on their college degree to sit on the phone and…

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