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Posted January 27, 2014 by

Why College Recruiters Should Visit Low Income Schools

When thinking about going to college, not all students have the opportunity to meet college recruiters on a regular basis.  The following post explains why they should visit low income schools more often.

The role of a college recruiter is to identify eligible students and convince them to apply to his or her respective university. No one expects recruiters to hold students’ hands during the process. But college recruiters are vital in…

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Posted November 27, 2013 by

Beginning Entry Level Jobs? Remember 7 Rules to Create Meaningful Professional Relationships: 3rd Rule

When networking on your entry level jobs, are you developing relationships that mean something to your career?  If not, the following post shares the third of seven rules to help you create meaningful, professional relationships.

By Michael Moshiri, Founder ofBig 4 Confidential There’s no doubt that your professional relationships have the potential to help you accomplish your goals, achieve remarkable professional growth, and advance quickly in your firm. But most people fail to unleash the full extent of that potential because they refuse to take their relationships beyond purely professional connections. In fact, most people

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Posted October 21, 2013 by

First Time Entry Level Job Seekers, Don’t Make These 5 Rookie Mistakes

If you’re a first time entry level job seeker, you don’t want to do anything to hurt your job search.  The following post has five mistakes to avoid as a rookie job seeker.

As a university career counselor, I often meet with seniors to discuss their job search process. I’ve begun keeping a record of the most common job mistakes I see students during their search for their first professional job. Do yourself a huge favor and avoid these unfortunate job search blunders!

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Posted June 03, 2013 by

5 Internships that May Appeal as Jobs for College Students

Are you interested in jobs for college students?  If so, check out the five internships found in the following post.

Featured: Not Featured With summer approaching, students everywhere are either graduating or traveling back home for summer break. You, however, are applying to the internships of your choice in order to gain experience, build your resume, further develop your LinkedIn profile and build the network that will allow you to land your dream job. read more

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Posted May 23, 2013 by

Applying for Recent College Graduate Jobs? What Your Resume Should and Should Not Include

When applying for recent college graduate jobs, make sure your resume has the information a potential employer cares about and leave off everything else.  Learn more in the following post.

Your resume may only be a single page, but it’s a potential minefield when it comes to your career. On one hand, you want enough information so the employer sees what a stellar candidate you are. On the other, you don’t want to step into any pitfalls that will give the hiring

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Posted May 15, 2013 by

If You’re Hoping to Land a Recent Graduate Job, One Grad Student Says Networking is a Key Factor

For college students about to graduate, networking may improve their chances of finding recent graduate jobs, as was the case for one grad student.  Learn more in the following post.

The job is not going to come to you – you must work to get work. Alumnus Scott Andersen focused on the career-development events and resources Mihaylo College offers students and maximized his job-searching efforts by …

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Posted January 07, 2013 by

Actions Speak Louder Than Words

CollegeRecruiter.comThe way you interact with people during your job search speaks about you as a potential candidate.  Check out some tips in the following post to help you establish your personal brand with everyone in your search.

When it comes to personal branding, you can invest all the time and effort you want in to creating well-worded profiles, resumes, cover letters, and “About Me” websites, but if you don’t back up your written communications with constructive interactions, all of that work will be for nothing.

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Actions Speak Louder Than Words