Earlier today, I had a reader email me about a tricky situation she’s in at work.She currently has a job that she’s happy with but she’s yet to hit the one-year mark at work. She recently ran into an old boss of hers and he mentioned a position at his company being open. This COULD be her dream job. He wants to take her to dinner to discuss. What should she do?
This is a guest blog post by Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador Jenelle Yee.Starting my first job out of college was an incredibly exciting milestone in my life. However, I quickly realized that as a new college graduate, it could be pretty tricky to know how to handle unfamiliar situations in the workplace.
This is a guest blog post written by Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador Allison Goldstein.Congratulations, graduate, and welcome to the real world!
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.
This blog post was written by Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador Saya Arakawa, a 2012 graduate of UCF and current On-Air Promotions Planner at NBC Sport Golf Channel.Throughout college, it’s engraved into our minds on how to find the right career path and what resources to use to help you get your dream job.
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.
You finally landed that first big job interview – congratulations!
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).
When I landed my first job out of college, I had 15 internships under my belt and was sure that I was 100% prepared.However, I struggled through that first job, getting behind on emails and forgetting important tasks.
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.