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Graduating Soon?

With one week of classes left in this semester, many students are looking ahead to becoming graduates. As you make that transition, check out this article with a list of things to do after graduation.

Stress is…good?

We should clarify: stress is good, at healthy levels. Check out this report by Forbes which addresses the benefits of healthy stress and how to respond to it. Whether in the workplace or when working on schoolwork, being aware of the stressors around you is greatly helpful! Look at this link to learn more.

How to Ask Questions During an Interview

“Do you have any questions for us?” It’s likely that you have had an interviewer ask that before. Often, people don’t think of an interview as their chance to find out if this is an organization where they might want to work. You should be prepared to ask questions; after all, an interview is a … Continue reading How to Ask Questions During an Interview

5 Things Successful People Do After Being Rejected (Instead of Moping Around)

If you haven't seen this article from The Muse, take a look at it! Unfortunately, rejection is often an inevitable part of a job search. Instead of focusing on the disappointment, respond with action. The Muse provides 5 practical ways to do just that!  

Professionalism 101

Welcome back from Spring Break! As we approach the end of the semester, we're excited to announce another opportunity to join our Development Groups. Many of you have already participated in the previous Group. Participating in our Professionalism 101 Breakout Group is a fantastic way to learn skills regarding career-related interests in a group setting. You … Continue reading Professionalism 101

4 Ways to Handle Interview Questions You Don’t Want to Answer

4 Ways to Handle Interview Questions You Don't Want to Answer - The Muse Check out this helpful article from The Muse!

True Professionalism

“There are three qualities that make someone a true professional. These are the ability to work unsupervised, the ability to certify the completion of a job or task and, finally, the ability to behave with integrity at all times.” ― Subroto Bagchi

Creating a Professional Email

The transition into the professional world can be intimidating. There are higher standards and heavier consequences. Skipping class in college could possibly lower your grade, while skipping a day of work could cost you your position. Likewise, the standard for content creation is held to a higher degree. Anything from your resume and cover letter, … Continue reading Creating a Professional Email