Written by Christina B, English '18 The First Avenue Career Fair is this Friday, March 2nd, and if you’re like me, you still haven’t printed out ANY resumes. Procrastination strikes again. Luckily, the Career Center not only has resume paper for sale (the good stuff, it’s linen people) but a handy printer that everyone can use. However, our dear printer is a little old and … [Read more...] about Printing Resumes in the Career Center
Tools & Resources
Written by Christina Beningfield, English, Class of 2018 With the holiday season fast approaching, we begin to prep for the inevitable family interrogations. What are you doing when you graduate? How’s school, what are you thinking about doing after? We’ve read of the various ways we can flip these questions to our advantage; asking our nosy relatives how they can actually … [Read more...] about Navigating the Informational Interview
So last week you read about how to schedule a Career Center appointment online using Handshake. "That's great! Super convenient," you thought to yourself. But then you wondered, "I don't really need my resume reviewed right now. What else can I talk to the Career Center about?" Well, good thing you asked. Whether it's you first time coming in, or your fourteenth, we … [Read more...] about Worth it: Appointment Types for Everyone!
If you don't know about Handshake, read our introduction to Handshake here. … [Read more...] about How to Schedule a Career Center Appointment Online
Did you know? Employers can search for specific skills when screening applicants on Handshake. They are potentially looking at hundreds of candidates’ profiles and resumes, and there can be a lot of competition, so you need to find ways to stand out among the crowd. The skills section is one place in Handshake where you can centralize what you’re good at, and use the key words … [Read more...] about Select Skills to Stand Out on Handshake