This blog post was written by Allison Goldstein, our Alumni Campus Ambassador.Let’s just go on and say it: job hunting is... scary. Thoughts of uncertainty fill your brain, informational interviews fill your calendar, and hundreds of updated cover letters fill your desktop.
Every other month, we do large conference calls with our Intern Queen Network.The students in our network are super ambitious and always providing us with content suggestions.
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.
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.
Did you get lucky? Your dream executive agreed to sit down with you for a few minutes to give you advice. WOW! That is lucky! Great work.
This is a guest blog written by Angela Silak & Cindy Kaplan, Co-Founders, Hollywood Resumes In any industry, one of the worst mistakes a job applicant can make in an interview is coming in unprepared.
As my team grows, it’s really interesting and exciting to watch each team member’s responsibilities change and develop. One of my employees just started managing someone for the first time.
I’ve talked about negotiating your salary or asking for a raise a few times on here but, I wanted to expand on the subject because a lot of you keep asking me exactly how to do this.
This is a guest blog post written by Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador Allison Goldstein.Congratulations, graduate, and welcome to the real world!