For some, pulling a business-ready outfit together takes no more effort than opening their closet. Still, many students face barriers to that kind of easy clothing assemblage.
Throughout your collegiate career, you've likely amassed quite the collection of work: research papers, projects, slides, presentation handouts, summaries and critiques, graphics, video edits, and countless other items you completed for your classes,
Now that much of the working world has returned to in-person events, it’s time to brush up on the guidelines and expectations for what to do when you’re in a situation that combines a work environment with food and drinks.
Career Week is rapidly approaching, and with events and activities open to all Longwood students, you can use your time during Fall Break to make sure you’ve got the clothes you need and the items you’ll want.
“Introduce yourself!’ is one of those commands that sounds like it should be easy, second nature, no problem-- somewhere along the lines of “tie your shoes” or “turn off the lights.”
Meeting people in your target industry isn’t hard when you know where to look! Try these activities and see how big your network can grow.
When you introduce yourself to people, what do you say? Are you being clear and intentional with your introduction?
In order to be happy and fulfilled in your career, you need to understand your core values. What’s most important to you in your life? It ties to your career happiness more than you might think.
If you’re not quite sure what you should be doing at this point, here are some must-dos before you collect your diploma.
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.