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Posted February 28, 2014 by

Going on Informational Interviews to Learn More About Entry Level Jobs? How to Put Together Your Questions

If you are excited to learn more about entry level jobs, but are not sure how to go about determining which questions to ask, the following post offers some helpful advice.

Featured: Featured Before going into an informational interview, you must be prepared. If an executive is willing to give you their time, you want to show them that you appreciate their time and you take the opportunity very seriously. Go into the meeting looking sharp, carrying a clean notebook and pen (not a crumpled up piece


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Posted August 28, 2013 by

Not Getting the Internship or Entry Level Job? 8 Reasons Why

If you are wondering why you can’t seem to land an internship or entry level job, the following post has eight reasons to think about.

Featured: Featured You’ve been doing a ton of interviewing lately and nothing seems to stick. You are interviewing for fall internships, jobs — you’ll take what you can get. You keep messing up the interview and you don’t know why. Here are 8 reasons (compiled from employers) why you didn’t get the job or internship. 1. You didn’t

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Posted August 12, 2013 by

Interviewing by Phone for an Entry Level Job? 12 Tips for Success

If you happen to be preparing for a phone interview in the hopes of landing an entry level job, the following post has tips that can help you make a lasting impression with a potential employer.

Featured: Featured Here at, we’re in the midst of fall internship interviews. I want to share a few pointers on how to rock your phone interviews for Fall 2013 and beyond. Good luck! 1. Don’t be too casual. Make sure you stay professional and formal on the phone. 2. The “ranking” of the person

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Posted June 26, 2013 by

Smart Questions to Ask During an Informational Interview If You Want to Land an Entry Level Job

Whether you are an intern or someone else who wants to land an entry level job, it is important to take advantage of opportunities that can help you.  Think about asking smart questions in informational interviews, such as the ones in the following post.

Featured: Featured I’ve had at least two students this week tell me about great opportunities (at their internships) to meet with top executives and participate in group or individual informational interviews. Whenever you have these opportunities, you MUST take them! Seize the day, if you will 🙂 Informational interviews might be intimidating, but if you are


Questions To Ask During Informational Interviews

Posted June 25, 2013 by

Jobs for College Students – 5 Tips to Help Law Students Find an Internship

If you want to become a lawyer one day, it doesn’t hurt to have an internship under your belt.  The following post has tips for law students looking to land one of these jobs for college students.

Featured: Not Featured As a law student, where you intern matters. Your internship has the potential to turn into a full-time job after law school. While some people make light of interns as unpaid workers at the bottom of the ladder, getting exposure to the kind of work that goes on in your

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Posted May 23, 2013 by

Interview Tips to Help You Secure an Entry Level Job or Internship

If you want to have a successful interview that can land you an entry level job or internship, the following post has some tips to keep in mind.

Featured: Not Featured I know that some of you are still interviewing for last minute internships — and I applaud you. If you don’t have an internship for this summer, it’s not too late and you still have a great chance of landing an opportunity. We still have plenty of postings

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Posted April 18, 2013 by

A Road Less Traveled Towards Internships

While there may be a typical career path for most people, that doesn’t mean you must follow the norm; that includes your internship experience.  The following post explains.

The majority of people follow the same path through life. We go from elementary school to middle school to high school to college to career to retiring. I’m sure many of you are in the same position as me: finishing my senior year in college and embarking on the ever-daunting job hunt so that we’ll be

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Posted April 15, 2013 by

You, Your Friend and That Internship

It is okay to feel disappointed if you didn’t land the internship that you wanted.  However, in what way do you respond when a friend gets the opportunity instead?  Find out in the following post.

So what happens when you and your friend apply to your dream internship? Answer: Never speak to them again, and stop being friends immediately. Kidding. Obviously. Let’s talk about what to do when your friend is offered that position, and you have been rejected. #1 Breathe read more


You, Your Friend and That Internship