Posts from the ‘Career Advice’ category

What to Read on Winter Break

I know… you would like to just hang out, eat candy, and nap – but winter break gives you a bit of down time to think…

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What Can an AfterCollege Profile Do for Me?

It takes a little time to create an outstanding AfterCollege profile, so why would you do it and what can it do for you? It can:…

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Get Up and GO – To a Diversity Career Event!

Attending diversity events can be a great way to get attention from employers looking to hire interns and full-time new grad talent. Not only will you…

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How to Research Employers

Just as important as looking for a job or internship is doing research on employers that interest you. Before you apply for a job somewhere, make…

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2018 Virtual Grad CareerFestival, June 26-29th

If you are a student or recent grad, register to attend the 2018 Virtual Grad CareerFestival to gain the knowledge and skills to not only land…

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Not Too Late to Get an Internship

Are you finding you have more time on your hands this summer than you expected? If so, then you should get an internship. No, it’s not…

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Give the Gift of Job Discovery

There are plenty of resources out there for college students looking for jobs. There’s Indeed if you know what job or company you’re looking for. There’s LinkedIn…

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Now it’s Time to Ask for a Raise

This infographic provides a light-hearted guide on asking for a raise. We love infographics at AfterCollege. Thank you Aussiewriter.com for the submission.

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Checking in with Tucker Stein, undergraduate career search author and adviser

Tucker Stein is an MBA student at Stanford and a specialist in undergraduate internship job search strategies. Outside of school he advises students from a wide…

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Succeed by Connecting the Dots

This is one of the best commencement addresses of all time. In 2005, Steve Jobs shared three stories from his life and he explained how these stories, or…

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