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Posted September 27, 2013 by

How to survive your college admissions interview

College admissions counselor or therapist interviewing a student

College admissions counselor or therapist interviewing a student. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Overcoming social anxiety is usually no overnight task. In fact, some never seem to overcome it. But there may be ways to reduce it or at least manage it. It may not work for everyone, but if you’re going into an admissions interview for a college you should take all the advice you can get to not let anxiety ruin your chances of a successful interview.

Below are three tips for rocking an admissions interview while nervous or socially anxious. (more…)

Posted July 03, 2013 by

You’re Hired! 5 Tips for Day One at Your Entry Level Job

You may not be sure about what to expect on the first day at an entry level job.  However, you can get ahead of the game in order to make a good impression.  Learn five tips on how to do so in the following post.

If you’ve never had a real job before, you may be nervous before your first day of work at an entry-level job. Some university graduates are often unsure how to behave in an office setting and are worried about making a…

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5 Tips for Your First Day of Work at an Entry-Level Job : Non-Stop Jobs

Posted December 19, 2012 by

How to improve the productivity of international recruiting trips

CollegeRecruiter.comFor colleges and universities participating in international recruiting trips to find students, the following post has information to help them make the most of these outings.

Travel to international markets and personal outreach to students and parents is an important element of student recruitment. No different than in your home recruitment activities, the personal touch can be a critical starting point of a relationship and a future enrollment.


How to improve the productivity of international recruiting trips