How to make your resume stand out

It's no secret that many people have competitive resumes these days. With more and more people going to college and getting internship/work experience earlier in life, the competition can be scary, huh? Not to worry though....the resume tips below will assist you in making your resume stand out in the crowd. While the traditional resume tips are important … Continue reading How to make your resume stand out

NEED A GREAT RECOMMENDATION LETTER? NO PROBLEM

For some reason, a negative stigma is connected with recommendation letters. When I was a freshman, I thought that “recommendation letter” had a deeper meaning; it was either the coordination headache or the hardest obstacle of the application. However, even though you might be as convinced as I was that the deeper meaning was true, … Continue reading NEED A GREAT RECOMMENDATION LETTER? NO PROBLEM

How to Manage Your Workload… In College & After

Being asked to complete an extra task now and then isn't bad, but what if you’re getting overwhelmed with the extra tasks? This could affect your productivity for other larger responsibilities that your job relies on. How can you learn to prioritize your workload and manage your schedule to make your boss, teammates, and self … Continue reading How to Manage Your Workload… In College & After

TEAMS: A Simple Acronym that Works

According to Forbes Magazine, the primary skills that recruiters for all majors look for in a candidate are leadership, diverse communication, philanthropy, and teamwork.  Of the four skills, only one doesn’t contain the letter “I”; teamwork.  This means two things: first, “I” doesn’t exist in the word teams and second, the letter doesn’t exist in … Continue reading TEAMS: A Simple Acronym that Works