10 Tips on staying productive during winter break

After final exams, most of us are ready to curl up in bed with a mug of our favorite winter drink and binge watch our favorite Netflix series all day. That is, until the night rolls around and it’s time to head to our hometown’s local pub to catch up with high school friends. Relaxing … Continue reading 10 Tips on staying productive during winter break

Internship Tips & What You Can do to Better Your Network

Internships are always a hot topic. It’s all about where to find them, how to get them and how to sustain those work relationships. Networking is the foundation of unknown success. Here are current, real-life examples of what you can do to better your brand. Cover letters and resumes: Temple University has fantastic resources for … Continue reading Internship Tips & What You Can do to Better Your Network

Revamp Your Resume In Three Easy Steps

Resumes are at the forefront of any job search, especially now with on-line uploading. With so many people applying for the same job, standard resumes are getting lost in a big pile of applicants. If you haven’t had much success in the job market or are in need of a resume makeover, here are three … Continue reading Revamp Your Resume In Three Easy Steps

Summer; Your Time To Get Ahead

Classes are out and you are just starting to get comfortable at your new internship or job. Between work, the beach and other travels you probably haven’t set much time aside to think about your plans for next fall. Although the fall semester seems far down the road in your summertime mindset, it is actually … Continue reading Summer; Your Time To Get Ahead

Skipping Cancun for Cover Letters

For Temple students, Spring Break officially starts tomorrow. While a few of my friends may be skipping the colder Philadelphia weather for bikinis and sandy beaches, I know several others who are using this next week to catch up on their job search. With many of us so bogged down by classes, internships, jobs and … Continue reading Skipping Cancun for Cover Letters

Before & After: My Experiences with the “Start Your Career Seminar”

This is part one of a two-part blog entry about my feelings and experiences regarding the conventional “get your career started” type-seminar. You know the type. College kids awkwardly filter into a huge conference room filled with chairs and round tables; uncomfortably mingling with each other until the keynote speaker approaches the podium to begin … Continue reading Before & After: My Experiences with the “Start Your Career Seminar”

Resume Tips Off the Beaten Path

With a job search looming ahead in the next few months, soon-to-be college graduates are reading every article and piece of advice on how to create the perfect resume that will land their first entry-level position. With so many tips and tricks floating around the internet, this article caught my attention because it provides three … Continue reading Resume Tips Off the Beaten Path

Choosing your Next Internship

As the deadline for spring internship applications gets closer and closer, aspiring professionals need to be picky before they send out their resumes and cover letters to a number of places. Below I have outlined some things to keep in mind to help you find the perfect place for you to hone your skills next … Continue reading Choosing your Next Internship