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    Classroom to Boardroom - Choosing the Perfect Internship
by Wendi Weiner and Tim Muma - Oct, 2015
Internships have become a nearly essential step in the process of starting one's career in almost every field. Finding the best one for you takes some extra work, but it will pay off in the end. Wendi Weiner, a Nationally Certified Resume Writer, joins Tim Muma to discuss what you should look for in finding an internship that will develop your skills and lead into a promising start in your career. Classroom to Boardroom giv...
    Classroom to Boardroom - Technology's Impact on Communication
by Roger Whitson and Tim Muma - Sep, 2015
Communication has always been a hot topic in the world of employment. Each year, communication is listed as one of the most important skills, but also the one needing the most work. Roger Whitson, professor of English at Washington State University, discusses how technology is impacting our language and communication, particularly in the professional world. He explains to Tim Muma that college students need to recognize and ut...
    Classroom to Boardroom - Creating Job Opportunites in College
by Sarah Kikkert and Tim Muma - Sep, 2015
One of the best ways to learn is to get first-hand accounts from the individuals who have recently lived through the exact scenario you're currently in. With that, Tim Muma is joined by Sarah Kikkert, the communications and social media coordinator for the Wisconsin State Fair. Sarah hasn't been out of college for long, but she took every opportunity to work, learn and network while she was in school. Sarah describes the keys...
    I Want to Be a - Interior Designer
by Alvin Heitmann and Cady Chesney - May, 2015
Interior designers are creative, imaginative, artistic individuals who combine an aesthetic vision with practical skills to create functional living spaces. Working in both commercial and residential areas, interior designers must have knowledge of the materials and products used to furnish a space, along with knowledge of how texture, color, lighting and other factors play into a well-designed space. Alvin Heitmann, Design Co...
  An Insider's Job Search Tips: Get In The Back Door For An Interview
by Debra Wheatman - Nov, 2015
It’s time to face facts. Submitting your resume online with hundreds of other candidates is not the best way to get in the door for an interview. In a competitive market, you can get lost in a sea of success-doorresumes. You need to access the back door to increase your chance of getting an interview. I’ll share my insider’s tips on accessing the back door to get interviews. Personal introduction to the hiring manager. W...
  8 Signs That You're A Problem Employee
by Alison Green - Nov, 2015
Being successful at work is about more than the skills you bring to the job – it’s also about your relationships with your colleagues, and especially about how your boss perceives you. You can have incredible skills in your field, but if no one wants to work with you, it’s going to make your professional life harder and harder over time. Here are eight signs that you might be perceived as a problem employee who’s tough to w...
  Steal-Worthy Networking Ideas
by Lindsey Pollak - Nov, 2015
It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. Most of us have heard this career advice, but it is true that who you know can help propel your career. Whether it’s someone you meet at an industry event, an informational interview or a new friend at the juice bar, being a savvy networker can pay dividends for your career. Keep reading for great advice on networking for millennials – or professionals at any stage of their career....
  The 4 Most Difficult Conversations You'll Have In Your Career
by Alison Green - Nov, 2015
One of the most stressful parts of work life is figuring out how to say something tough, unpleasant or awkward to a colleague. Most of us aren't fond of difficult conversations in any setting, but doing it at work can be doubly challenging, because we fear for our professional reputations and relationships. Here are four of the most difficult conversations you may need to have in your career and the secrets to making them g...
  2016 Executive LinkedIn Profile Trends
by Lisa Rangel - Nov, 2015
The LinkedIn Profile and Usage trends for 2015 are still in effect, as it is still important to make your profile app friendly, capitalize on the multimedia features, start publishing on LinkedIn’s Pulse, and make your profile resume-like with personality. However, with the multitude of LinkedIn’s changes this year, it has cultivated a new crop of trends that will enable executive job seekers to get the most from their LinkedI...
  LinkedIn Referrals: One More Reason To Properly Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile
by Lisa Rangel - Nov, 2015
LinkedIn announced the rollout of LinkedIn Referrals this week. LinkedIn Referrals, which is being called the next generation of LinkedIn Recruiter, is where recruiters use profiles of their superstar managers and employees to find other applicants with similar traits and expertise to add to the rock star employee roster. So instead of trying to write a candidate profile or job description to capture the essence of that top no...
  Make Your Skeleton Dance to Nail Your Next Interview
by Lisa Rangel - Nov, 2015
Do you fear being asked about the rocky performance you had in your last or current job on the next interview? Did you have a less-than-favorable relationship with your CEO recently and you are dreading the interviewer asking the “tell me about how well you worked with your boss” question? Unsure how to handle the skeletons in your closet? I say take it out of the closet and make it dance…. What? It’s a term f...
  Students Already Know What It Takes To Be Successful In College
by Bob Roth - Nov, 2015
It has always been a challenge for students to find their own path to success in college. And yet, in reality, we all know what it takes for students to succeed. To make certain that students are on the right path, they should review the following: 1. Sign Up For Classes as Early as Possible - To obtain the classes needed, students should sign up for their courses as soon as they are allowed to do so. Since required clas...
  How To COPE When Trying to Reach a Multigenerational Audience
by Lindsey Pollak - Nov, 2015
In a world where young people suffer from FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) on social media, somehow that doesn’t apply to in-person events. Event planners frequently tell me how hard it is to get millennials to show up for events like conferences or resume workshops. While I hear this complaint about Millennials, the truth is it’s a multigenerational audience issue: It’s amazing how many people now sign up for something but don’t...
  What Is a Millennial? Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask
by Lindsey Pollak - Oct, 2015
On Halloween, you get permission to be something that you’re not, surprising the world with a big reveal. I’ve found something similar in my work with millennials: Many people have specific, often negative stereotypes about this generation. They’re surprised when they find someone behind the “millennial mask” with traits they weren’t expecting: hardworking, humble, inquisitive, to name a few. When I talk to people about...
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