Posts by Melissa Suzuno

I Was Meant to Be Involved in Theater—in a Different Way

It’s hard to even say the name Broadway without getting a little star-struck. The word itself conjures images of bright lights, sparkly costumes, and A-list actors.…

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How LinkedIn Can Help Your Job Search—Even When You’re Still a Student

Your Twitter following is the size of a small army. Your Tumblr dashboard is cluttered with likes and reblogs. Your Vine is bursting with awesome videos……

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From Java to Gemstones: How I Started My Own Jewelry Company

Yee-ow! You just burned yourself for the THIRD time today while frothing up what must be the five billionth cappuccino you’ve made this week. Your feet…

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The Untold Stories of (Working on) Broadway

Jennifer Tepper’s life is full of problems. On any given day, she may be solving logistical nightmares like selling tickets for one of the 16 performances…

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Think You’re Too Young for Financial Planning?

“I just started my first job. I want to live a little.” “I’ve been out of school for a few months and my student loan payments…

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Joining Your Alumni Association Can Help Your Career—Here’s How

You can still smell the crisp autumn air, hear the hustle and bustle of hundreds of simultaneous coffee-fueled conversations, and see the ivy-covered brick buildings surrounding…

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Does Your Résumé Have Style AND Substance?

First date: your heart races, you find yourself sweating even though you’re in a heavily air-conditioned restaurant, and sometimes you struggle to remember your own name.…

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6 Things You Don’t Think Matter… Until You Start Your First Job

Remember back when you were looking at colleges and how you thought you knew what mattered? Maybe you were wooed by the fancy-pants gym at your…

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What You Should Know About Going to Grad School in the UK

I used to think our neighbors (sorry, “neighbours”) across the pond in the UK were pretty much the same as us. Sure, they have what appears…

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Why I Ditched Cover Letters—And How That Landed Me a Job

Applying to jobs? You must spend approximately 27 hours a day writing and customizing your cover letter for every position. Cover letters give you the chance…

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