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Posted March 27, 2015 by

Early Spring Scholarship Roundup

Scholarship application form with hundred dollar bills

Scholarship application form with hundred dollar bills. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

When trying to fund your education, scholarships are one of the best options to consider. Depending upon your situation you may be looking for ways to pay for classes, room and board, books and more. Scholarships can come in handy for all such expenses. Unfortunately as a graduate student the number of scholarships that are available is cut significantly in comparison to those that are available to undergraduate students. However, there are still some quality options worth looking into. Below are four scholarships that you could consider as a graduate student. (more…)

Posted January 20, 2015 by

How to Get the Most Out of a Career Fair This Spring

A road sign indicating Career Fair

A road sign indicating Career Fair. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Career fairs are full of opportunities for your first “real world” job – the one that will, hopefully at least, launch your career. For many students, it’s the first opportunity they have to speak directly with recruiters and potential employers, and that can make it a daunting task. Making it even more challenging? These fairs are competitive, with hundreds, if not thousands, of talented millennial job seekers vying for positions.

In order to land your dream job at a career fair this spring, you’re going to need to stand out. Here are five tips for getting the most out of a career fair – and hopefully getting the job. (more…)

Posted May 09, 2014 by

Want Recruiters to Help You Find Jobs for Recent College Graduates? 6 Ways to Attract Them to You as a Candidate

If you want to make a good impression with recruiters to get their help in finding jobs for recent college graduates, the following post has six ways to be a more attractive candidate to them.

A recruiter’s typical day is a whirlwind of emails, resumes, job interviews, blogs, social media, phone screens, background checks and LinkedIn profiles. For many, a 12-hour work day is considered normal. Amid all that hustle – and with everyone else demanding the recruiter’s time – how do you make a recruiter really care

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Posted March 26, 2014 by

College Students, Make Your Spring Break Productive for Your Entry Level Job Search

While college students should enjoy spring break, they should also make it productive for their entry level job searches.  Learn some ways they can do so in the following post.

James Franco said it best in his movie Spring Breakers: “Spring break. Spring break. Spring break fo’ever!” OK, so your spring break may not involve holding up a restaurant to fund your vacation or working with a drug dealer. But it can be just as productive. When you’re in the final stages of your college

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