Student Jobs Articles
Make sure you know your rights as an intern before your internship begins, so that you don’t get taken advantage of and expectations are set from the start.
Where will you be spending your summer?
Whether you’re in college or saving for college, a summer job is a great idea to earn extra money to save money to pay for school.
High school students can take on internships, too!
These internships prove you can have the summer of a lifetime and gain invaluable work experience, too!
Take on these internships and fellowships, specifically for women!
If you’re going to work hard this summer anyway, don’t you want to get the most out of it?
You know your parents or family members might be able to help – but how much is too much?
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.
Sharpen your internship interview skills with these tips!
You want your resume to say something about what type of person you are, your work ethic and what you’re capable of accomplishing.
Make sure you're not left out in the cold when it comes to the holiday job hunt!
An informational interview helps you gain a better understanding your chosen field and omits the stress and pressure.
Help ease the transition from student status to your next phase of life and set yourself up for long term career success.
Make the best impression possible with a great cover letter.
Take back control of your job hunt!
If you haven't done so already, head to the employment office at your school to explore your options!
Prior to an interview, it’s always a good idea to go over some practice interview questions.
Millennials are making the same projected salary as they would have in the 1980s - here are the statistics to prove it.
Using these words can cloud what you’re really trying to say or switch the meaning of whatever you’re trying to say within an interview setting.