As a new grad, don’t forget to include social media as a part of your job search strategy. Social media is a great tool for making connections with professionals, alumni, and potential employers.Read More
Using your social media accounts thoughtfully is a great way to give potential employers a fuller picture of you. It’s your chance to highlight accomplishments and interests that might not be on your resume.
A handful of students will have their jobs already lined up from a past internship, but most students will be fiercely competing for the same opportunities. The good news is that there are four important things that you can do now to help you win that job!
When you’re graduating along with thousands of other students, getting a job can be tough. Don’t be discouraged though – we have some key tips to get you started and keep you motivated!Read More
Many organizations have employment equity policies that address discrimination based on gender, race, and ethnicity. However, age discrimination is one type of bias that tends to get much less attention but is affecting millions of able workers throughout the United States.
Highlighting your uniqueness as a diverse professional can help get your resume to the top of the pile.Read More
In a highly competitive job market, having great experience and solid skills may not be enough to outshine other candidates. When your dream job is on the line, you want to make sure that you’re prepared to ace your interview.
A surprising tip that could help you ace your next phone interview is to smile. That’s right,for just a few minutes drop the attitude that’s developed after all the rejections and slights you may have suffered in the job market and drop your defenses.Read More
You’re not looking for a company who just meets diversity requirements, you’re looking for one that promotes diversity through its company values, has diverse professionals in top leadership positions, and employs a diversity officer or director. There’s a few simple steps you can follow to help you get a foot in the door with your employer of choice:Read More