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3 Tips to Nix the Nerves in Your Next Interview

When you’re preparing for an interview, I’m sure you’ve heard advice along these lines: “Just be yourself!”  “Be sure you study the history of the company and culture to give them the answers they are looking for.” “Know what they want in interns and own it.” “Don’t wear a watch, dress up more than you […]

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4 Tips to Ace the Interview

Let the job searching process begin! It’s that time of year again where many undergraduate students are starting the job hunt and dreading the most important part — the interview process. Interviews are intimidating because they are the determining factor of acceptance or rejection but the interview itself doesn’t have to be scary. Continue reading […]

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Ace the Audio and Visual Interview Process

When applying for jobs and internships, often the first round of interviews is via phone or Skype before you’re invited to the office. You also may have two or more rounds of phone or Skype interviews if you are applying for a position in another state as well. Here are a few tips to make […]

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8 Do’s and Don’ts of Informational Interviews

During the past few weeks, I’ve met with many students and recent grads for informational interviews. Some of them have blown me away with professionalism and obvious preparedness; others haven’t quite been up to par. Below are a few tips on the do’s and don’ts of informational interviews. 1. Do Research the Company Before Read […]

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5 Things to Bring to Your Next Interview

You have been told not to show up to an interview empty handed – but what does that mean? You want to present the most polished version of yourself in your interview, whether for a job or an internship. These are the five things you should never go to an interview without: 1. A professional […]

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