Getting a job offer is a true process, often the result of several weeks or months of searches, applications, phone screenings, interviews, and negotiations.
When you introduce yourself to people, what do you say? Are you being clear and intentional with your introduction?
Want to make the most of your time at a career fair but now sure how? We have you covered with these 5 tips.
Alumni share advice they wish they knew while searching for jobs and internships
People often refer to college as their glory days. The time of their lives. A four year period where your only worries are finals and getting to class on time.
My freelance career began by happenstance. It was my sophomore year at Virginia Tech and I was the news editor of the student newspaper, The Collegiate Times.
When was the last time you reconnected with an old classmate or professor?
If you’re having a hard time figuring out what you want to do after graduation, you’re not alone.
In this world, the job market is ever-changing. It ebbs and flows, just like everything else. If you want to be hirable, regardless of the job climate, you need to be strategic and plan ahead.
The truth is, you’re not going to get along with everyone you meet. However, it’s important to find something positive in everyone, especially when it comes to your co-workers. Otherwise, you risk hurting your career over personality differences.