I am super excited for our latest blog interview guest. For the last few years, GradLeaders has had the honor of partnering with Molson Coors in support of their internship programs. I recently had the pleasure to interview Molson Coors’ Early Talent Program Manager, Yuliana (Yuli) Garcia Jasso. A: Hey Read more…
Supercharge Your Talent Game with Intern Management System: Taking Your Talent Program to the Next Level
Introduction Hey there, in today’s ever-changing business world, finding top-notch talent is like uncovering a hidden gem. But here’s the twist – it’s not just about finding these gems; it’s about nurturing them into the powerhouse of your team. That’s where GradLeaders steps in. We get that finely-tuned talent programs Read more…
The perfect time to read and improve yourself is Summer Break! By reflecting on your past year’s experiences, emotions, goals, as well as future plans, you can better prepare for a life of success. The following ten books are considered professional development and self-help books that many great leaders and successful individuals have read to transform their life. Take some time to understand your own tendencies and hear the advice of these highly successful people to learn, grow and live your best life.
Donna from DeVry University asks: “I have been unemployed for two years. What do I say to prospective employers about my unemployment time?” Thanks for your question, Donna. The prevailing thought on this is that it is easier to land a job when you are already in a job. I Read more…
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Interview with Shavone Dudley, Associate Director of Employer Engagement at The University of Virginia-Darden
GradLeaders recently interviewed Shavone Dudley, the Associate Director of Employer Engagement at the University of Virginia, Darden School of Business. Shavone graciously shared the process of connecting employers with students, gave great insights on what employers are looking for in candidates today, and provided valuable advice for hiring employers.