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Posted June 11, 2015 by

Your advisor is your academic planner: Ask them these 6 things

 

Although many college freshmen don’t think too much about seeing an academic advisor, due to the fact that they have so many other things to adjust to, it’s one of the most important things that they should do within their first few months on campus. You should see your advisor as your academic planner. They know just about everything that’s important about the academic situation at the university: grading systems, courses that lead to specific degrees, and so on. However, they will not seek out students; rather the student needs to be the one to take the initiative. (more…)

Posted April 21, 2014 by

Network Building in Your Search for Entry Level Jobs? Provide Value without Asking for Something in Return

If you want to build a network in your search for entry level jobs, the following post shares advice on how to provide value without asking for something in return.

Did you ever wonder if you were cut out for networking? That maybe you, and those you already know, might not be able to offer your network much in return for what you gain from them? I used to have the same feelings at times. So today we’ll discuss the secret

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Posted November 27, 2013 by

What You Might Be Asked to Do When Interviewing for Entry Level Jobs

While job candidates may expect to answer questions when interviewing for entry level jobs, they might be asked to do something different.  Learn more in the following post.

Hiring the wrong candidate remains one of the most expensive mistake a company can make. Knowing that most employable candidates have prepared to answer the most common interview questions, many employers use behavioral questions, role playing or mock scenarios during the interview process to determine a candidate’s true potential…

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Posted October 30, 2013 by

Millennials Moving Towards Creating Their Own Entry Level Jobs by Becoming Entrepreneurs

College graduates, would you prefer getting entry level jobs as entrepreneurs or working for someone else?  If your choice is the former, then you are part of a growing shift in the job search.  Learn more from an infographic in the following post.

Millennials entered the workforce just in time. Just in time for one of the most competitive job markets in recent history, that is. At the same time, they entered the workforce just in time to to make their own career path, independent from the thought of “lifetime employment” and chasing some gold watch. This infographic from Rasmussen

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Posted April 12, 2013 by

Tapping In To a Great Resource: Professors

College students should not just think of their professors as teachers, but also as invaluable resources for their careers.  The following post has three ways professors could help you beyond the classroom.

I have been blessed to have had some really exceptional professors in my collegiate career. Something I have noticed in my peers is a lack of appreciation for their professors’ knowledge and experience. Also, there seems to be an unwillingness to foster personal relationships with them that could be helpful

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Tapping In To a Great Resource: Professors