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This is a guest blog post written by our University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Campus Ambassador, Hanna Handler.
In a tough economy and as a recent graduate, you may be tempted to accept the first job offer you get — even if you sense it may be a bad fit.Although you may feel excited and lucky that you were offered a position, there are times when it is better to say no.
Many companies (like mine) have half-days before long weekends or weekends where Monday is a holiday.Most offices are open from 9AM to 1PM on those half-days.
Congratulations! You got a job offer OR you got promoted.Now it’s time to get down to business and discuss your salary.
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.
You probably know that I’m all about the hand-written thank you noteBut what happens when you received a gift a few weeks/months back and you still haven’t written the thank you note?
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.
When a client asks you to create a timeline for a project, you always under promise and over deliver.Even though you might be a speed racer and could potentially get everything done tomorrow, you always want to give yourself more time to allow for the unexpected.
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.
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.