Tag Archive | "government"

FTC Releases New Marketing Guidelines but not Laws

Thursday, October 4, 2012


While it is incredibly important for consumers to support brands that promote environmental sustainability, determining which companies are taking that call to action seriously is an increasingly murky proposition. There has been a clear trend of marketing experts using ‘green’ or ‘natural’ claims that aren’t grounded in reality to lure new customers to their brands. […]

The Best Internship Options for Math Majors

Wednesday, July 25, 2012


So, you’re in school to study math. And honestly, you’re not totally sure why you selected that as your college major other than the fact that it’s something that you really enjoy and you’ve heard that when it comes to a life profession, you should definitely do something that you’re passionate about. However, you’re approaching […]

Top 5 Federal Resume Writing Tips

Monday, April 9, 2012


Starting your career with the government starts like any other career–with a resume. They can be daunting writing tasks because most of us aren’t used to having to sell ourselves, especially in a couple pages or less. To help you get started or to refine your current resume, here are 5 tips to a solid […]

Climate Conference in Copenhagen

Monday, November 23, 2009


The Copenhagen Climate Conference in December 2009 will create a new global climate protocol as the Kyoto Protocol ends in 2012. Many Clean Tech companies feel the conference will prove to be ineffective as they feel the real responsibilty rests on the national government level. Others advocate for the conference as a way to further strengthen global progress.