8 Must Ask Questions For Your Next Job Interview

Interviews are stressful! Acing this part of the job application process requires research, rehearsing, preparation, and critical thinking. Although every interview situation is unique, there are best practices that can lead to success, which might look like simply being comfortable during the actual conversations or […]

How to Crush Your Interview

By Paige Bosworth (’13, MBA ’17) In my role as Marketing Manager at Hanesbrands, I am often a part of interview committees seeking to hire student interns and recent grads for positions across our marketing organization. After dozens of interviews, I’ve learned how the most […]

6 Finance Tips For My Younger Self

It must be the money! Personal finances are one of those topics that many of us wish we learned more about in school. Budgeting, saving, investing, credit scores, student loan repayment – just thinking about these topics can provoke anxiety, even for the savviest finance […]

6 Ways to Ask for the Feedback You Need to Advance Your Career

Whether you’re offering feedback or receiving it, the entire process can be rife with challenges. At its worst, poor feedback can be personally attacking, laced with opinion, or hard to make actionable; but at its best, feedback serves as the guidance we need to become […]

Weak Ties: The Most Powerful Connection in Your Network

Video featuring Laura Jurotich (’15), Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement & Annual Giving at Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University (Atlanta, GA) Your network is one of your most powerful assets for building your career. Even when you don’t get hired for a one […]

Offer in Hand: Reading Between The Lines

Offer in Hand is a three-part series collaboration with Real World Playbook. In this final article, they’ll provide insight on understanding your new job offer letter and what to look for in the fine print. Reading Between The Lines: The Fine Print of Your Job […]

Alumni Advice: Connecting Your International Experiences to Your Career

By Chelsea Keen, M.Ed., (’12) Chelsea is a career coach at Penn State University, specializing in promoting professional development through international experiences. She is passionate about empowering others to identify and articulate the valuable, unique skills they bring to the table.   Your international experiences can […]

Offer in Hand: Negotiation Station

Offer in Hand is a three-part summer series collaboration with Real World Playbook. In this second article, they’ll provide guidance around negotiating your job offer.  Negotiation Station – 5 Tips for Getting What You Want Out of a Job Offer Congrats, you’ve gotten a job offer! According […]

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