Career Planning Articles
The top tip? Be yourself - just the professional version.
Remember, finding a job is really a job in itself!
There are plenty of points in an interview when you can make or break it. If you say any of these, you are likely to do the latter.
Jazz up your cover letter with these quick tweaks with little to no time or effort!
Ask all the pertinent questions before you accept any job offer!
Make the best impression possible with a great cover letter.
Have you ever considered that perhaps you haven’t discovered the career of your dreams is because it’s still an emerging field?
The project offers students the opportunity to gain real world experience, creating programs and systems that people will actually use – rather than computer science projects within the classroom.
Sometimes, the coolest jobs are those you never even knew existed or those you create yourself.
Lady Gaga puts the "it" in "it factor." How does she do it?
Check out these alternative science jobs.
The CLA+ is a voluntary test that’s a tool which allows students to market themselves to future employers.
Maybe they don’t all apply to your particular situation, but it’s helpful to take a step back one in a while and think about how you approach things.
If there were secrets to getting through college successfully that also help you land your dream job, you’d want to know, right?
An informational interview helps you gain a better understanding your chosen field and omits the stress and pressure.
Start preparing for your future in choosing your college courses wisely.
They all started somewhere - but just over one percent of the world’s millionaires dropped out or did not attend college. So, the odds of making millions without a college degree are slim to none.
While there are no set answers, there are tools to help students make well informed decisions about the future.
You want your resume to say something about what type of person you are, your work ethic and what you’re capable of accomplishing.
Students, it seems, are so desperate for experience that they’re not only willing to work for free, but to pay to do so.