Tag Archive | "resume"

How to Best Include Internship Experience on Your Resume

Tuesday, August 7, 2012


Applying for a job can be a difficult task. Especially with the economy the way is it right now. And if you’ve got little to no experience under your belt, creating a resume that sells you well can be tough. The important thing is to use whatever experience you do have to paint you in […]

How to Select the Right References for Your Internship Application

Monday, July 16, 2012


Just like with real world jobs, good internships are highly competitive. Especially these days with the economy in a major slump, people are being forced to change careers and you could face competitors that already have years of work experience and knowledge under their belts. Don’t let it scare you away, just be sure your […]

How Interning Abroad Can Help You Land the Job of Your Dreams

Sunday, April 29, 2012


College students across America face an increasingly difficult job market upon graduation. The economy has not yet fully recovered, and unemployment hovers around the double digits. This means fewer jobs for recent graduates and more competition for the jobs there are. Recent grads have found themselves going up against much more experienced professionals in interviews, […]

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 […]

Résumé Tips for Aspiring Graphic Designers

Saturday, March 3, 2012


Ten years ago, students looking to pursue a career in graphic design were in high demand. It was a rapidly growing field with far too few skilled professionals for the amount of work available. Sadly, all good things must come to an end. With so many people answering the call the market became flooded with […]