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The Dos and Don’ts of Your First Couple Weeks on the Job

November 19, 2014
The Dos and Don’ts of Your First Couple Weeks on the Job

Congratulations on landing your first job after graduation! It took a lot of dedication and hard work to get to where you are today. But the reality is the next phase is just as challenging and starting out on the right foot is incredibly important. As they say, first impressions count. Make a great first […]

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5 Creative Ways to Follow Up After a Job Interview

November 12, 2014
5 Creative Ways to Follow Up After a Job Interview

You nailed the interview: now what? Following up can be just as important as the actual interview. In a competitive job field a hiring manager may receive hundreds of resumes, interview a dozen very qualified candidates, invite two or three back for a second interview and only select one new hire. Separate yourself from the […]

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5 Interview Questions You Should be Prepared to Answer

November 5, 2014
5 Interview Questions You Should be Prepared to Answer

How would you answer the interview question, “If you were a tree, what kind of tree would you be and why?” Not sure? While an interviewer may throw you a strange question like this just to see how you respond, there are some common interview questions you should be completely prepared to answer. Take a […]

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The Top Four Job Search Strategies

Diana Ingle-Braley October 29, 2014
The Top Four Job Search Strategies

As a Career Advisor who works with students in landing life changing careers, I have found that many people have the misconception that the age of the Internet has rendered every other job search strategy obsolete. This could not be further from the truth. With the advent of the Internet our world has become a […]

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Ways to Stay Organized in the Digital Age

October 22, 2014
Ways to Stay Organized in the Digital Age

Want to know how to stay organized in college? In our digital world there are a lot better ways than using a paper calendar and set of folders. There are hundreds of free digital resources that make getting (and staying) organized a piece of cake. These tools not only make it easier to manage your […]

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