On a dream study abroad trip to Japan, music education senior Cory Anderson took a chance at an American jazz bar.
So, you can’t find a job that relates to your college major. Well, you’re not alone. In fact, thousands of college grads end up accepting jobs that have nothing to do with their field of study. The good news is, that’s okay! It can actually be a grea
Networking is SO much easier when you have something in common with the other person. That’s why you should connect with Longwood alumni on LinkedIn, whether you’re a current student or have been out of school for some time.
LinkedIn is a great tool for job seekers these days. Unfortunately, just having a profile isn’t enough to market yourself effectively to employers.
The holidays are here, and with all of the pretty lights, festive music, and scrumptious treats comes nosy family members asking about your job search.
Your LinkedIn photo is one of the first things recruiters see when they visit your profile. So, you want to present yourself professionally so you can make a great first impression
Salary negotiations are SCARY. What if you look ridiculous or greedy? What if they laugh in your face?
Mock interviews, or practice interviews, are an essential part of your interview preparation strategy.
During a job interview, you’re being judged on three major things: your ability to do the job, your passion for the work, and whether or not you fit in at the company.
Instead of going back home and cleaning other people’s houses for a summer job, political science sophomore, Josue Gallardo, took a chance.