Selling Yourself in Your Cover Letter

Your cover letter has two important roles: (1) it’s a marketing document designed to sell a product (you), and (2): it’s a business document that, while giving a glimpse of your personality, needs to remain professional. It therefore stands to …

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Hedge Fund vs. Private Equity: What’s the Difference?

The main difference between a hedge fund vs. private equity firm is the types of investments they make. Private equity firms typically invest in private companies and see returns on investment by improving the company’s profits. On the other hand, …

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Insights into Your Industry: Operations and Information Management

Have you ever wondered what the job market is like for operations and information management grads in different parts of the country? What salary you can expect to earn?  How you can tell if you have the skills and qualifications …

By Mary [uConnect]
Mary [uConnect] Customer Success Manager
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The Biggest Resume Mistakes For Veterans

We spoke with Tara Carlidge, Recruiting Manager at Citi and former Personnel Officer in the U.S. Army, to ask her about the biggest mistake that veterans make in their resumes that could hurt them from getting the corporate/civilian job they’re …

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Sport Management Newsletter – September 4 2023

By Emily Must
Emily Must Internship Director: Great for Help with Sport Industry Exploration and Earning Credits for Your Internship
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Why students with disabilities should seek professors’ guidance in job searches

It can be overwhelming for any student to find an internship or entry-level job upon graduation. Students with disabilities are no exception and it can be even harder for them because some employers are less likely to hire those with …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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4 Simple Money Management Tips for Students

With inflation on the rise, the cost of basic necessities—from food and clothing to gas and electricity—is going up. This means that, in addition to pandemic stress, students now have to deal with an elevated cost of living. So, to …

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3 Tips for Building a Strong Reference List

When a hiring manager asks for your references, it’s usually a sign that you’ve made it to the final stages of the hiring process. So how can you choose references that will help you seal the deal and not give …

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The Ultimate Guide to Body Language during a Job Interview: Part II

Body language is incredibly important during a job interview. In fact, it’s perhaps even more important than your tone of voice and your choice of words. The reason for this is your inflection and vocabulary can be practiced and memorized …

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Ask Alexis | Should I List an Unrelated Job on My Resume?

Hello Ask Alexis,

For about eight months after leaving my social services job, I took a transitional, non-career-related position. I was wondering if is best to list this job on my resume or leave it out and explain the gap …

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