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Tailoring Your Job Application to A Specific Posting

WRITTEN BY: ABBY ANDERSON I have worked at a restaurant, student newspaper, marketing research firm, bowling alley, car dealership, collegiate marketing firm and even a grain elevator. You might be thinking, “Why would I need to know this?” Well, you really don’t. A lot of people want to tell their entire life story when applying […]

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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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The Importance of a Thank-You Note

  WRITTEN BY: JACQUELINE DUNN One winter afternoon about 12 years ago, I was sitting in the living room of a large house in a nearby rural town surrounded by a litter of fluffy golden retriever puppies (a situation I’d honestly love to replicate weekly). After years of pestering and an expertly crafted poster board […]

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How to Select Your Internship

  WRITTEN BY: JACQUELINE DUNN In today’s competitive job market, it’s imperative for students to find that “special something” that boosts their resumes, gains them worthwhile and relevant experiences, narrows their career search, and ultimately lands them their ideal entry level job. In this case, that “special something” is an internship. More and more schools […]

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Narrowing Your Job Hunt

  WRITTEN BY: MEGAN LYLE Where to begin? Looking for a job often feels like looking for a needle in a haystack. Unfortunately, there is no formula for the best way to look for a job. That being said, taking a brute force approach and applying for anything and everything you can find that relates […]