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I never believed people when they said that college flies by but the week before I started my senior year, I was in disbelief. It really did fly by. In all honesty, I called my friends crying because I was feeling a little overwhelmed. Suddenly, “the future” was starting to look a lot more like...
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As college students, it’s easy to feel like there’s nothing we can do outside of academics. We may be looking for opportunities that bring meaning to our lives. Volunteering is a great way to feel more fulfilled. With volunteering, you can dedicate as much of your time as you are willing. Often times, volunteer opportunities...
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Recruiters spend on average six seconds reviewing a resume. This means, your resume has to compel the reviewer from the get-go, if you want them to keep reading. So, how do you do that? Below, we have some tips that will help you develop the perfect resume! Don’t include high school activities – Generally, avoid...
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You’ve got your diploma, you wore the cap and gone, and now you’re focusing on finding a job. Perhaps, you need some quick tips for elevating your job search after college. There are many easy strategies to help you in your job hunt post-graduation. Take a break from scrolling through job websites and take a...
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Most college students treat spring break like a week’s vacation from classes, essays and homework. However, you can also treat your spring break like time to work on your big break! This means that you can work on applying for summer jobs, internships, post-graduation jobs, and other career-related opportunities. While this may be more work...
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Everyone needs a little R & R, especially college students. We don’t mean the typical R & R that you think of around spring break, but for us it stands for “Resumé and Relax.” While we know you want to rest during spring break, you should make use of your time off to be prepared...
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