How to Ace an Informational Interview
How to Ace an Informational InterviewPeople refer to informal meetings with potential employers in all kinds of ways. There’s the “mock interview,” the “coffee chat,”...June 7, 2021
How to Write a Letter of Reference for Yourself
How to Write a Letter of Reference for YourselfWhen you’re looking to land your first job, there are several things (like a polished résumé and professional LinkedIn profile)...May 31, 2021
The Dos and Don’ts of Your First Job Search
The Dos and Don’ts of Your First Job SearchYou’ve done it: You’ve completed your degree! Of course, this calls for celebration and a big pat on the back, but it also means...May 27, 2021
How to Juggle All Those Finals Papers at Once
How to Juggle All Those Finals Papers at OnceAt the end of a semester or school year, teachers often require students to submit one final project, such as an essay,...May 5, 2021
How to Make Small Talk That Doesn’t Feel Like Small Talk
How to Make Small Talk That Doesn’t Feel Like Small TalkPicture the first several minutes of a Zoom meeting, when attendees are still trickling in and the business at hand hasn’t yet...April 21, 2021
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