Resumes are your true personal profiles (sorry Facebook), they reflect what you have done, and can give potential employers an idea of what type of person you are and where you are heading in your career, education etc.
Recommendations are essential for applying to jobs, internships, colleges, higher positions, etc. Knowing who to ask and when are important features to getting recommendations that you may need done on time and written by the best people.
Spring break is approaching fast and so are midterms. The year is almost over and soon after, we will be graced with the presence of finals (yay!). So right now, it’s all about the focus, passing all test, exams, essays, and project that we are assigned and participating.
Internships are a must. Internships can help you decide whether or not you are going in the right direction with a major or career goal. Internships are the best way to gain experience, branch out, network, meet new people, and learn more about any potential career goals. Below are some tips in finding some internship:
What can you do while you wait for your school books and text books to arrive? Most professors are lenient and give their students a week or two to get the necessary materials/books for the course/ But do you do when a week or two or more have passed and the books you need to start the course have not arrived?
It can be very difficult sometimes to jump back into the college/school rhythm after a long and restful vacation. Some students find themselves playing “catch-up” to their academic potential and tend to struggle the first week or so of getting back to school.