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Professionalism: The Interview

| April 24, 2018 | 0 Comments
Professionalism: The Interview

It’s job-cuffing season! As the spring semester comes to a close and final exams are in view, all we need is another thing to be worried about—getting a summer job. Whether you’re approaching graduation and in search of your dream job, applying for summer internships or even just a summer job to bring in some […]

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Professionalism: The Guide to Being Successful

| February 12, 2017 | 0 Comments
Professionalism: The Guide to Being Successful

Imagine being in an elevator with the CEO of the company of your dreams and saying the wrong thing, or having an important interview and not knowing what to say. Sounds scary right? As crazy as it sounds, this happens quite often. A lot of people do not stress the importance of professionalism until it […]

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Student professionalism goes a long way

| November 19, 2013 | 2 Comments
Student professionalism goes a long way

We have seen them in all of our classes – the kids who sit on the front row and sleep and snore. The college students who wear sweat pants, head wraps and show up late. It’s a wonder if they know what image they are channeling to their peers and professors. College should be construed […]

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Cover letter do’s and don’ts

| November 8, 2013 | 0 Comments
Cover letter do’s and don’ts

When applying for jobs, many employers ask for you to supply a resume as well as a cover letter. It is pretty easy to write a resume because it is just basic information about where you have worked, accomplishments and skills. However, cover letters require a little bit more of an effort. First, you need […]

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