If you’re like most students, choosing a major while applying to college is intimidating to say the least. After taking general high school classes, you’re suddenly expected to know what specifically you want to do for the rest of your life. Undoubtedly, choosing a major can be stressful and daunting, but there’s really no need to put more unneeded pressure on yourself (I’m sure your parents have already got that covered).
The good news for you is that, you’re here, at UVM—a University with incredible opportunities, resources, faculty and students. Instead of simply telling you not to worry or giving you some abstract advice on “pursuing your passion”, I am going to give you some concrete options and advice for choosing a major. Continue reading →
Whether paying for books, tuition, or your free-time fun, balancing schoolwork and part-time employment is often a necessity for today’s college student. But your job should be more than a paycheck. Continue reading →
“If you’re not dressed well, you can say all the right things … but you won’t get the job when you’re being compared with a lot of other capable people who are dressed better.”
-Kim Zoller, founder and president of Image Dynamics
Let’s be blunt: your appearance matters; especially in a professional environment. Research shows that your appearance strongly influences other people’s perceptions of your financial success, authority, trustworthiness, intelligence, and suitability for hire or promotion. Continue reading →
Does the idea of interviewing feel like an impossible task? Well don’t fret! Will Murphy, Technical Sales Manager with Harvey Tool Company LLC, shares some helpful tips on how to best approach interviewing for your dream job: