Internships are extremely valuable. They help you learn more about your professional field, build your network, and teach you how to work in a professional environment. However, it can be very tricky to try to balance an internship with a difficult class schedule.
It’s almost fall break, and you know what that means- bonfires, football and pumpkin flavored everything. I know that job searching will probably be the last thing on your mind during this long weekend, but I encourage you to take a break from your autumn festivities to prepare for the career fair taking place this Wednesday.
I would argue that being 18 is one of the strangest times in a person’s life. There are so many changes that seem to happen all at once, and for the first time, you have options about what you want to do with your life.
Job searching. The daunting task that all of us soon-to-be-grads are constantly stressed about. I’ve done my fair share of scouring online classifieds for jobs in cities across the southeast. My recently panicked state has led me to read several articles that give advice for being more successful when it comes to searching for jobs. If anyone else out there is struggling to find a job, take a deep breathe, and read some of the helpful tips that I’ve learned from professionals.