Virtual career fairs are necessity today but won’t be going away anytime soon. Why? They’re simply more effective, efficient and ultimately a better way to create meaningful connections between
As people continue working from home and refrain from attending in-person events, it can be hard to stay connected and build your network. Thankfully, we live in a virtual world where millions of great connections are just a click away! Here are five ways to effectively network and stay connected through a virtual platform.
Student-athletes often have many valuable experiences and accomplishments that are worthy of being highlighted on their resume. Their resume should also highlight the skills they have developed from
College students who visit their career center are more likely to receive a full-time job right after graduation than students who don’t, according to a recent Gallup study. These students are also more likely to say that their school prepared them well for life after college. The problem is that many students don’t properly utilize their career centers, and some don’t visit them at all. It’s important for students to understand the value career centers can provide for life after college.
Whether you’re at an internship that aligns with your dream job or landed somewhere else, you should take full advantage of this experience to maximize your chances of future success. By further developing your professional skills, you can make a greater contribution which can lead to new opportunities and long-term achievement.
Searching for jobs right out of college has always been difficult, and it hasn’t gotten any easier amid a worldwide pandemic. Some students and graduates may be wondering if companies are even hiring at all right now. And the answer is yes!
As a career development professional, this might be something you’re already pretty comfortable with, but it’s becoming an increasingly important skill in today’s world that’s critical to overall engagement. Generally, the most important thing to do…