After the Job Fair

You came to the Job Fair, talked to employers, dropped off resumes and collected some business cards. Now what? Follow up! Let employers know that you appreciated meeting them and express interest in their organization’s opportunities. Learn more! Explore the company’s website, follow the company on Linked-In and evaluate fit with your interests. Prepare for […]

Savvy Seniors: What’s Your Plan?

Commencement is just six weeks away!  If you don’t already know what you are doing and how to get there, here are some tips and advice to get you going. Not Sure what you Want to Do? You’re not alone! Assess and Prioritize Savvy Seniors gets you started. The Senior Check-list has activities to help […]

Savvy Seniors: Applying

“8-month-old Micah laughs hysterically while daddy rips up a job rejection letter.” “What,” you may ask, “is so complicated about Applying for Jobs?”  Well, applying for jobs and internships is more than seeing a job posted on Indeed.com, sending off a resume & cover letter and then waiting for a response. If that’s all you’re […]

Savvy Seniors: Polish your Resume and Professional Presentation

Mile 21 Many marathoners will agree that mile 21 is a tough one. You’ve come so far, yet you still have a ways to go. You are almost finished with your college career, almost but not quite. Where do you find the energy to push through until the end? To sit down and polish your […]

Blogging Yourself into a Job

Marshall McLuhan famously wrote that “the medium is the message.” When you list your blog on your resume, the message you send to a potential employer is that you understand the importance of modern media and its role in society. As a medium, a blog is very much an extension of yourself; it allows you […]

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