Professional Development Archive
Internships are like cookies. Some look like yummy chocolate chip cookies, but when you bite into them they're oatmeal raisin. Others are full of chocolate, nuts, and candies, while others can be a little bitter. Then there are the ones that are so good you swear they were from your grandma’s secret recipe.
You have spent hours, maybe days creating this awesome resume in hopes of landing an interview. You finally receive the call that you are chosen to interview with that company. What happens next?
I could feel myself shaking more with each step as I advanced toward the podium. Fixated on thinking through all the possible scenarios that the next seven minutes could turn into, I cleared my mind and turned around to face my audience.
How often do you see a young person’s fingers moving at the speed of light tapping on their cell phone screens? It’s not a secret that Generation Z is the most tech savvy in the world today. We use the Internet solely for communicating with others, keeping up with the latest and greatest around town,
Many people pass judgment unknowingly because it is a part of human nature. As we grow up we’re engrained by others that first impressions are everything. In a competitive job market, you may only have one shot at truly standing out. Make it count!
An intern’s life at many companies around the country probably consists of pretty boring, useless tasks that may include grabbing coffee for a boss or filing papers all day. Here at C&A, this is not the case. Even in the accounting office, I find myself with many different opportunities to show off my skills as
In today’s world, everyone is constantly refreshing their apps on their smart phones, checking their email, or catching up on the latest gossip on their Twitter and Facebook news feeds. With the social networking world only skyrocketing in use, people need to learn how their posts can positively or negatively affect their lives.
As a college student, all I want to do during the summer is layout at the lake, eat my parent’s food, and enjoy the life of no responsibilities. However, with my future ahead of me, I knew being a summer bum just wasn't an option. As I began searching for an internship, the anxiety started
Do you have talents that are often hidden the minute you step into your workplace? According to StrengthsFinder 2.0 author, Tom Rath, not many people get the opportunity to showcase their talents, and in return these talents are often swept into the dust.
Think back to when you started that first “real world” job. What were you wearing? What were you thinking? Were you excited? Were you nervous? Did you envision yourself becoming successful within that company? And there it is, success, something everyone strives for, the peak of their career.