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About to Graduate? Stop Freaking Out About Getting a Job!

Happy New Year! Welcome to 2016! We're so excited for all the things we have in store for you this new year!

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How to Best Handle Change After Graduation

I couldn’t decide what to write about today so I asked Hanna, one of our Intern Queen Ambassadors who is about to graduate Muhlenberg (and our Intern Queen sales team members) what her biggest fear about graduation was.

Without hesitation she said the word change.

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Important Advice Every New Grad Needs to Hear!

Happy Friday Everyone! Graduation season is upon us and I know a lot of you are getting ready to walk across that stage in the coming weeks.

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Your Guide to Making Your ‘Early Life Career Crisis’ a Success

This is a guest blog written by our Rutgers University Campus Ambassador Jaclyn Finger.

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Must-have items for Memorial Day 2015

Memorial Day is coming up and I have my eye on some specific fashion finds for the long weekend.

Here are my must-have items for Memorial Day 2015:

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5 Things To Talk To Your Parents About Before You Graduate

Graduation is only about a month away. Just because you are an adult doesn’t mean you still don’t need your parents help.

Here are a few things you should discuss with your parents before you walk across the stage:

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Your-Pre-Graduation-Check-List

I wanted to do a blog on what everyone needs to prep before graduation but I thought our current intern, Rachel,from Rutgers was a little more qualified to write it since she is about to graduate.

I asked Rachel what’s on her graduation to-do list and she wrote an entire blog for us below.

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How to Become a Board Member for An Organization You Are Passionate About

One of our former campus ambassadors, Erica Sweeney, from LSU just graduated and landed a full-time job!

She was sharing her “life updates” with me and mentioned that she is sitting on the board for the Mental Health Association. Young people – and recent grads – are not usually board members for prestigious organizations. I immediately wanted to learn more.

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