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Posted August 14, 2014 by

Writing a Resume to Find an Internship? 7 Tips to Keep in Mind

If you’re writing a resume to find an internship, remember these seven tips in the following post.

Featured: Featured Students send over their resumes so I can take a look and provide feedback almost daily. I don’t always have time to do this for everyone, but I love to look over them when I can. I wanted to share some advice I gave a student recently about her resume. She was applying for

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Posted August 12, 2014 by

College Students, Finishing Up Your Summer Jobs and Want to Enhance Your Resumes? Follow These 13 Tips

Once college students finish their summer jobs, they may want to update their resumes.  The following post has 13 resume tips to do the trick.

Featured: Featured Summer internships are wrapping up and it’s time to head back to school. Don’t just give yourself a makeover for the fall – give your resume a makeover as well as you add your new experience! I’ve been chatting with some of our Campus Ambassadors about resume

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Posted June 09, 2014 by

Are Recruiters Interviewing You by Skype? Remember These Tips

Before interviewing with any recruiters by Skype, the following post has some tips to help you prepare.

Featured: Featured Several of our Campus Ambassadors are graduating and in the middle of the job hunt, and many of them have told us about the use of Skype for interviews. I spoke with our former ambassador, Caitlin Beck, who just graduated from Fordham about her experience and tips for other young grads doing Skype interviews:1. Treat it


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Posted June 03, 2014 by

Want to Land an Entry Level Job or Internship in 2014? Top 10 Skills that Interest Employers

To boost your chances of landing an entry level job or an internship in 2014, learn the top 10 skills that are interesting to employers in the following post.

Featured: Featured Last week, I moderated a think tank for Dell in New York City. The topic of the think tank was Gen Y in the “real world” (get the connection with my book? Welcome to the Real World). I sat around a table for several hours with great students, entrepreneurs, and employers and held

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Posted March 21, 2014 by

Internship Finder, Use Transferable Skills to Show You’re the Right Candidate for a Position

If you want to be an internship finder who works in a specific career field, but don’t have experience in that field, the following post has advice on using transferable skills to prove you’re the right candidate for a position.

Featured: Not Featured I met a great student at a WISE networking event at UCLA end of February. She emailed me and told me that her dream internship is in the sports industry. She explained that she had some great work and internship experience on her resume but didn’t have any work within the sports industry. She

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Posted February 20, 2014 by

Applying for an Entry Level Job with a Creative Design for Your Resume? Why You Should Be Cautious

If you’re thinking about submitting a resume with a creative design when applying for an entry level job, think twice before doing so.  Learn more in the following post.

Featured: Not Featured I met a lovely student over the weekend who had a question about her resume. She had a friend who worked in graphic design and took some creative liberties when designing her resume for her. I took a look at the resume and although it was very cool – incorporating a mint green

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Posted February 04, 2014 by

Stand Out for Recent Graduate Jobs with Your Resume and Cover Letter

Candidates who want to stand out for recent graduate jobs should get the most out of their resumes and cover letters.  The following post includes tips that can make a difference in helping you land an interview.

Featured: Not Featured We all want to be noticed, to be put above the rest – we want our resume to be the top choice for an employer. My answer to this question might get criticized or dubbed as “boring” but the truth of the matter is 90% of the resumes that most employers tell

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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 22, 2013 by

Landing Entry Level Jobs Require More than Internships

While internships can offer experience for the working world, there are other factors to keep in mind for landing entry level jobs.  The following post explains what else can help you compete in the job market.

Featured: Not Featured An internship is a two-way process. Interns get the opportunity to experience their chosen careers in real time while employers get the chance to test the workplace-metal of potential employees. It’s win-win on both sides of the fence. read more

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Posted May 03, 2013 by

Can LinkedIn Connect You to that Entry Level Job?

The following post shares ways to enhance your LinkedIn profile to help you land that entry level job.

For many college students and young professionals the world of LinkedIn is a mystery. The most common description is, “Oh, it’s like Facebook for the business world”. Although that may be true LinkedIn has so much more to offer in the realm of networking and job searches than Facebook ever did. read more

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