‘Interviewing’ Category

Salary Guide

If you are planning for a career in accounting or finance, and you have never heard of Robert Half, you might want to do a quick Google search. For decades, companies have been turning to Robert Half’s Salary Guide to make sure they are offering the most competitive salaries for the best talent. The Salary […]

Interview Dos and Don’ts

Now that Spring Term is here and you are looking forward to summer, it is the time to look for a job or internship. It may not be what you want to do, but you know you should do it. Whether you’re looking for a summer job, an internship, or a job for after graduation, starting your search […]

Picking Between Two Offers

There are many difficult steps when looking for a job or internship: creating your résumé, reaching out to employers, making it through the interview process. But now that you’ve done all that work, there still might be one last obstacle to jump. If you are lucky enough to get more than one offer, you are […]

MNPC JAIF 2014 – Overview

Last week to register! Deadline is Friday, Jan. 31 By E. W. With the Minnesota Private Colleges Job and Internship Fair under a month away, the time to start preparing is now. If you are planning to go, make sure to register within the CSL by next Friday. Once you’re registered, the real work begins. […]

Cynthia’s Messages – 4

Take 21 minutes to learn an amazing – easy way to make yourself better at interviewing.  And, really being successful in life!  See:http://www.ted.com/talks/amy_cuddy_your_body_language_shapes_who_you_are.html?utm_source=email&source=email&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ios-share 22 employers have registered to attend Careers Possible on Tuesday, September 24 in the Heritage Room from 10:30 – 2:30.  Professional dress is encouraged.  Organizations will provide information on what they do and internship and career […]

Prescreening Interviews Tips

By E.W., 5/17/13 According to ISEEK’s blog, the prescreening interview is becoming an increasingly common tool for employers to shorten their list of potential employers. For those of you have yet to experience a prescreening interview, and for those who need a little help, here is some advice that ISEEK gives. First, to make sure […]

7 Traits Business Leaders Look for in Top Talent

By E.W., 5/8/13 When writing up your resume and cover letter and preparing for an interview, you want to make sure it conveys who you really are as an individual. Yet, as you fine tune everything, Onewire Blog gives you a few more things to consider. The blog conducted numerous interviews of prominent executive leaders […]

FaceWash App

2/18/13,  By E.W.             If you are getting ready for a move in your career, you probably have some sort of checklist to make sure everything is ready. Prepare a resume, write up a cover letter, practice interviewing, have the suit cleaned, etc. And while that list is a good start, […]

Interviewing Tips

By E.W.  2-12-13             One of the most exciting parts about job hunting is hearing you landed an interview. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most terrifying. For most, interviewing is the chance to show an employer how great you really are. However, unlike a resume and cover letter, an […]