By: Bailey G.
How are already two-thirds of the way through June? WHERE DOES THE TIME GO? Between spin, starting a new fitness program, weekend getaways with my boyfriend, seeing friends, a full-time job, and a leadership position in an association….it’s been hectic for sure. Anyways, I know a lot of you are in the boat of looking for full-time jobs post-graduation or full-time internships for the Fall. One of those major things that can separate you from the rest of the pack of job-seekers is a killer cover letter.
By Bailey G
Gosh it’s a busy time of year! With graduations, summer plans, and just about a thousand other things going on...it can be difficult to wrap your head around the concrete things still left to do! One of those major things that I’m sure is on a lot of your minds is scoring that summer internship or entry level job if you’re about to graduate college. Hopefully, you’ll find these tips helpful, and no fear, everyone finds a job eventually!
by anne b.
Greetings Ramblers! I hope you are having a lovely and productive week. On my side, I have been in a very unproductive mood and am currently writing this blog in order to further procrastinate the hours of homework I have to do. Surprisingly, I actually don’t have as much homework as I did back in undergraduate school, but somehow, I am even less motivated to do it.
By Bailey g.
Happy Monday, Ramblers!
Last week, I had the pleasure of returning to my old school, CU Boulder, to be a guest speaker at a professional chapter that I was president of during my time in school. The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) meeting was on the importance of interviewing.
As I sat there sharing with current students vital tips and pieces of advice, it dawned on me just how critical the interview is in the stage of the job process. As a peer career advisor in school, part of my job was to coach undergraduate students of all majors in how to nail the interview process. I thought it would be helpful to share my best practices for you all, in case you are a young professional in the middle of the job/internship hunt!
by anne b.
I don’t know about you guys, but I am so ready for the holiday break. I am so excited to sleep in and lounge by the fire with a good book or Netflix show. Today is my first day off and as excited as I am for the holidays, I am also dreading the start of a new semester in 2 and a half weeks, especially since I took a semester off for my internship. So, in order to get myself prepared and motivated for the new semester, I am going to do these following tips and tricks.
by bailey g.
How’s the holiday season treating you? Hopefully well! I’m currently curled up by my fireplace with the Christmas lights and holiday movies playing as I write this. Anyways, if you’re anything like me, as much as you love the holidays, you also like getting a head start on the New Year. For many of you young adults who will be looking for summer internships, or your first job if you're graduating in May; this one's for you. To start your new year job search, I’ve put together a couple of job search strategies and tips that will hopefully give you some guidance.
By Anne B.
Welcome back, Ramblers!
If you haven’t read the blog post on resume tips, head over there after reading this one because resumes are also a very important part of professional development and of getting into graduate school!