Posts tagged ‘San Francisco’

Surviving San Francisco: An Intern’s Tale

Are you taking an internship or a permanent position in San Francisco? I’m no expert, but I’ve picked up a thing or two about settling into…

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22 Things For Your 22nd Year

Hi there AfterCollege Blog readers! This is Melissa Suzuno (Content Marketing Manager here at AfterCollege). I wanted to take a moment to introduce you to someone…

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Looking for a Summer Internship in San Francisco? Work With Us!

The AfterCollege team is super thrilled to announce that we’re running our summer internship program for the second year in a row. Here’s some basic info…

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One Type of Self-Employment You Might Not Have Considered

You abhor bosses, can’t stand cubicles, and the idea of water cooler small talk makes you break out in hives… but you’re not quite ready to…

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5 Jobs That Let You Put Your English Major to Use

When I graduated with my BA in Literature, my limited work experience and the lousy economic circumstances at the time led me to believe there were…

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We’re Hiring! Come Join Our Team as a Sales Associate!

Hi! We’ve got some exciting news to share today: The AfterCollege team is growing and we’re looking for sales associates to come join us in our…

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How “Quit Your Job” Was the Best Advice a Mentor Ever Gave Me

It’s not always easy to spot a mentorship moment. Sometimes your mentor doesn’t look like Mr. Miyagi. Sometimes there’s no cookie-cutter advice like, “Work hard and…

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24 Things You Need to Know Before Turning 24

Want to know a secret? Today I turn 24. Yep. That means it’s my birthday. That also means it’s been three years since I studied abroad…

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Is a Small Company Right for You?

Looking for an office with a sense of humor—and a surplus of Ryan Gosling photos? See what it’s like to work in a small company with a BIG personality.

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What’s It Like to Work at a Non-Profit?

If you love the idea of being dedicated to values, a cause, or a greater purpose, you might enjoy working for a non-profit.

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