Career Advice From Lauren Berger.
During the day, I don’t want super loud club or rap music but I also don’t want to feel like I’m sitting in the dentists chair (smooth easy listening).
For the past seven years, we’ve been planning our annual event, The Intern Queen Party. Every year, we deal with new roadblocks and new challenges when throwing this event.
They say rejection is the biggest fear of our generation. And it makes sense.We’ve all felt that awful stomach-twist when we get rejected – we feel like the wind was knocked out of us.
You finally landed that first big job interview – congratulations!
Everyone is cranky in the office. It’s almost summer and the team is more focused on vacation-planning than work. Just remember, this is a great time to stand out at work and make a few personal adjustments that can really help you improve.
Don’t Get Caught Up In The Drama.When problems happen at work it’s easy to get frustrated because of the things associated with that problem – feelings and attitudes.
Are you still in your first or second job and thinking it is time for a raise?These are a few things that your boss will look for in the process.
Many of my readers are in their first, second, or third jobs after college.If you’ve read my new career book, Welcome to the Real World, you know how overwhelming my first job was after college.
I know a lot of my readers are landing jobs — or are hopefully in the process of landing jobs.Whether this is your first "real job" or you are going into a new position, here is my list of things to do when prepping for that big first day on the job.
I sat with some of my Intern Queen Campus Ambassador alumni.These are students who went through my Intern Queen program when they were in school and have now gone on to work for some of the biggest/best companies in the world. I asked them how they became successful after college.