Category: Job Search

Become More Attractive To Employers

Regardless of whether you are a student looking for an internship or a first job after college, or a seasoned professional, it helps to make yourself more attractive to prospective employers. How do you do this? The idea is to…

Four Job Search Tips for Graduating College Seniors

This guest post is contributed by Alisa Gilbert, who writes on the topics of bachelors degree.  She welcomes your comments at her email Id: alisagilbert599@gmail.com. When setting out on your job search, you should understand that you’re going to face a lot of…

The Always Popular Question: What’s Your Weakness?

Last weekend, I was a presenter at a student organization leadership conference attended by approximately 1,000 university students. I delivered two workshops that focused on how these university students could utilize their leadership skills and leverage them to engage in…

The Modern Resume

Over my last five years working in a career center, I have seen some dynamic changes in the way people look for work. From the explosion of social media and social networking to the way that people work; numerous changes…

Do You Know Reference Etiquette?

References are a great way to highlight your skills and abilities to a potential employer. Typically, the information that is gleaned from a reference might not get you a job by itself, but it may be the difference maker between…

Relocation – Four Things to Consider

In this day and age with jobs scarce and candidates plentiful we often talk about setting yourself apart from the pack. One of the things I am starting to hear more and more from employers is: Are students willing to…