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LinkedIn Basics

  WRITTEN BY: NICO REEVES LinkedIn is the Facebook of business professionals. Each and every day, recruiters are turning to LinkedIn to fill their hiring needs. When used properly, LinkedIn can be a valuable resource for both recruiters and job seekers alike. Those who utilize LinkedIn are able to showcase their professional accomplishments, past work […]

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How to Keep Track of Accomplishments At Work

  WRITTEN BY: KELSEY DI GIROLAMO The best opportunities in life are often unplanned and may spontaneously appear. This is very true for job and career opportunities. Have you ever had a friend, professor, parent or co-worker tell you about a job opening that you would be absolutely perfect for and they’ll even recommend you? […]

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Networking 101

  WRITTEN BY: NICO REEVES “It’s all about who you know, not what you know.” The number of times my parents told me this as I progressed through my college years is astounding! As I look back on what I could have done to better network and connect on campus when I was in college, […]

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Positivity is Infectious

How even the most hardened grumpy cat can become a little ray of sunshine WRITTEN BY: LAUREN KALIN Life is the pits. Especially at work. Your boss doesn’t appreciate the hard work you put in, your coworkers have already formed impenetrable cliques, and worst of all, your cube doesn’t have a view of the window. […]

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A Tale of Missed Opportunities: Why College Students Need Business Cards

  WRITTEN BY: MIRANDA GARDNER Everyone knows that dreaded feeling you get in your stomach when you realize you are unprepared for something. Whether you forgot you had an exam or that an assignment was due, it’s one of the most uncomfortable situations ever. Most of the time, you can shuffle these things under the […]

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Are You Prepared for Your First Day of Work?

Advice on what to wear, how to remember everything, and ways to make friends, so you can take on responsibility and get the most out of your new job.   WRITTEN BY: LAUREN KALIN I tend to over-prepare. For everything. Packing for a day trip to the beach looks more like I’m prepping a post-apocalyptic […]

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Gleaning Knowledge From Your Coworkers

  WRITTEN BY: ANNA BOWLAND Many of us start out in our career by participating in an internship program. The internship may be paid or unpaid, glamorous or just grunt work. But I think most of us would agree that there is a direct correlation between what you put into the experience and what you […]

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Setting Goals for Your Internship

  WRITTEN BY: BRETT LEUMAS You rocked your interview, you got the internship, and now you might be wondering “What next?” We all know that having an internship on your resume is important in helping you to land a job after graduation. However, it is just as important to make the most of your internship […]

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