How NOT to panic about your job search

First things first, put down the tissues and remind yourself why you went to college in the first place—to get a degree that will lead to a successful job and life—and YOU DID IT! Congratulations are in order! Next, stop talking to your friends about the jobs they already have lined up after graduation. According … Continue reading How NOT to panic about your job search

Learn how to tell your STAR stories for your next interview

Last week we talked about branding yourself and introduced the six leadership skills. An essential element of branding yourself is being able to articulate the qualities and characteristics people know they are always going to get from you. Today, we are going to review the STAR Method, which is a structure for answering interview questions … Continue reading Learn how to tell your STAR stories for your next interview

Showing thanks for summer internship or job

You're probably gearing up for the school year, wrapping up a summer internship or job and imagining being back on the bricks of Athens. First, congrats! It's a lot of responsibility to work all summer and your experience will prepare you for the upcoming school year and your professional career. Often emphasis is placed on … Continue reading Showing thanks for summer internship or job

How to get the most out of your internship in a new city

Getting a summer internship is an amazing accomplishment that provides you with the chance to learn something new.  Along with a new learning experience, you also may get the opportunity to experience something new as well like moving to a new city for a period of time.  Accepting an internship away from home can be … Continue reading How to get the most out of your internship in a new city

How to budget your unpaid internship

Throughout your four years college, you hope to achieve many things; joining a new club, making new friends, trying new foods and gaining the college experience. While doing some of those things seems easy and like a no-brainer, it sometimes can be a lot harder than expected. Most schools require you to graduate with 120 … Continue reading How to budget your unpaid internship

Weird interview questions to keep in mind

"Tell me about yourself." "Why do you want to work for this company?" "What are your strengths and weaknesses?" All of these are questions you might expect to answer in an interview. But, you might not always be prepared for those not-so-normal interview questions that could arise. Strange interview questions are not necessarily something you … Continue reading Weird interview questions to keep in mind

How to Stand Out in an Employers Inbox

Think about how many emails you receive in a day that you scroll right past. A potential employer probably sees at least double the amount of emails in their inbox a day. If you're trying to get in touch with an employer, it's important to catch their attention, so you don't get pushed to the … Continue reading How to Stand Out in an Employers Inbox