If you’re reading this, you are most likely in the midst of your last semester in college and what we like to call; senioritis is hitting you pretty hard.
This is a guest blog post written by Valencia Seuell, a recent graduate from the University of Missouri Columbia.The tassels are turned and your undergraduate experience is officially over! Congratulations are in order, but the number one question everyone has for you is, “What’s next?”
This is a guest blog post written by Alaisha Key. After submitting application after application and participating in a string of interviews, you’ve finally landed the dream job or internship. Though, the work is far from over.
This is a guest blog post written by Cindy Kaplan & Angela Silak. In Hollywood, the term “entry-level job” generally refers to an assistant position.
Everyone gets frustrated when they don’t get hired.We all question why we didn’t get hired and what we could have done differently. You don’t want to give employers an opportunity to hesitate, and you don’t want them to question anything you say during the interview.
After my first job, it took me forever to get adjusted to a full-time work schedule.I was working at a talent agency and I started at 8AM and sometimes didn’t leave until after 8PM.
I can’t believe college graduation is here and I’m so proud of the class of 2017. WOW! I wanted to make all of you a last-minute check-list of things to make sure you’ve handled before the big day. Have a wonderful graduation and we’re here for anything you need.
Whenever you start a new job there’s a learning curve. In my second book, WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD, I talk a lot about the trials and tribulations of my very first job after college.
Need a little boost at work? Feeling a little bored with everything? Here are a few ways to perk up your performance at work TOMORROW!
This blog post was written by Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador Savira Rusdi, a 2014 graduate of Rutgers University and current Communications Associate at Rent the Runway.