Make your resume stand out and land your dream job! 1. Put your contact information in the header of your resume. It’s like the “free space” on a bingo board, since the header of your resume doesn't compete with the actual page itself. In other words, it’ll give you more room throughout the page to … Continue reading 10 Tips to Writing Your Resume
How can you be the first-round pick for the job of your dreams? You’ve seen the NFL draft, right? It’s one of the biggest days of the year for the NFL. If you haven't, here’s all you need to know: hundreds of college athletes are drafted round after round to professional football teams, based on … Continue reading Be the First-Round Pick
Wondering what you should wear to an interview? It all depends on the job you’re going for to be honest. I know that doesn’t sound like a good answer, but it’s the best advice I can give you. Although that advice is pretty vague, I can tell you, from experience, that it’s always better to … Continue reading What You Should Wear to an Interview
There are so many places to start your job search, it can be overwhelming figuring out where to start. So first, take a deep breath and pull out your computer. Have no fear! Here are a few places you can start your job or internship search: LinkedIn LinkedIn is a great place to search for … Continue reading Where to Start Your Job Search
10 Tips to Help Make Your Internship a Success After my bad experience in fashion, it was back to the drawing board, but had a better idea of what I wanted to be when I “grew up.” At this point, I was a junior in college and would declare my major in communications at the … Continue reading Back to the Drawing Board
Explore Your Internship Opportunities College is the time to test the waters. You have endless opportunities to dip your toes into potential career areas that interest you by exploring different internship opportunities and taking different classes. This is exactly what I did. I applied for my first internship during the summer of my sophomore year, … Continue reading Working “In Fashion” vs. Being “Fashionable”
I started my journey through adulthood as a student at Rutgers University (go Knights!). I spent three years majoring in communications and minoring in French and Digital Communication Information Media. During my time there, I had three internships – in fashion, marketing, and communications. Each internship taught me something about myself and the workforce – … Continue reading Who Am I to Talk?