• How to Add an Internship to Your Resume

    Internships are a great tool to gain relevant work experience in a field you’re interested in. Great internship programs will focus on developing you as a professional while also giving you exposure to the real day to day responsibilities of the role. When you’re considering how to add an internship to your resume, it’s important […]

  • 11 Ways to Completely Sabotage Your Interview

    You know the formula for success: A solid resume + a great phone interview = an in-person interview. Acing the in-person interview will put you a few steps closer to an offer letter, but a bad, or even mediocre interview can completely knock you out of the running. What’s the best way to do well? […]

  • Tips for the First Day of Your Internship

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    When you’re getting ready for the first day of an internship, there’s a lot to consider! You want to present a professional image that lines up with how you came across in your interview, but how do you know what to expect in a new environment? We’ve covered all your bases so you can focus […]

  • How to Write a Resignation Letter

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    People leave jobs for a variety of reasons… To escape a bad boss, pursue an exciting new opportunity, or for a better salary. Once you’ve decided to move on and up, there are a few things you’ll need to do to leave on good terms, and writing a letter of resignation is step one.  Click […]

  • Interviewer Do’s and Don’ts

    Interviewer Do’s and Don’ts In the US, federal laws prohibit workplace discrimination and are enforced by the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission). These laws state that it’s illegal to discriminate against applicants and employees because of their race, color, religion, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation, and pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability […]

  • Why Was My Interview so Short?

    Generally, in-person interviews last between 30 minutes to an hour. So, what does it mean when your interview was shorter than that timeframe? If your in-person interview ended before the average 45-minute mark, you were probably left wondering, “why was my interview so short?” It can be easy to psych yourself out, but don’t assume […]

  • Secrets to Scheduling an Interview

    If you’re on the job hunt, you know how exciting it can be to receive a call from a recruiter who wants to set up an in-person interview with you. As with any facet of your job search, you want to ensure that you’re putting your best foot forward and appearing as a complete professional. […]

  • How to Format a Resume

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    Creating an effective resume can be tough, especially if you’re starting from scratch. You want to highlight your qualifications and present yourself in the best way possible since a resume is the first interaction you have with a recruiter. It’s important that your resume is an accurate representation of who you are as a professional. […]

  • High School Resume Guide

    Plenty of experienced people struggle with resume writing, so how does a high school student who’s searching for their first job put together an effective resume? The answer is: Pretty easily! We’ve got a step-by-step guide to creating a great high school resume. If you’re a student searching for a high school resume template, look […]

  • How to Respond to a Job Offer

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    You did it! You aced the interviews, dazzled the hiring manager, and were offered the job. Congratulations, your hard work has paid off and now it’s time to accept the offer. We cover the do’s and don’ts of how to respond to a job offer below, and have the tips you’ve been looking for to […]