Guides & How-Tos

The value of commitment and sticking to what you say you’re going to do

We recently discussed the need for following up with the person who introduced you to someone else, including how exactly you can do this. We also talked about how to be a great communicator. We provided questions you can consider …

By Chuck Isgar - Intern From Home
Intern From Home
Helping students from 600+ colleges learn about how to find and get an internship/job, use LinkedIn, prepare for interviews, write a cover letter/resume, make the most of their role, and more.
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How to maximize your job search and get hired fast

When applying for jobs, everyone wants to get hired quickly. Unfortunately, the process of job searching can take a long time and be absolutely exhausting, and if you’re in a position where you need to find something as quickly as …

By Sean Kelly - College Recruiter
College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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5 Cover Letter Mistakes to Avoid so Your Job Application Stands Out

A cover letter isn’t a mere formality—those in charge of hiring actually read them. And if your cover letter isn’t up to snuff, your application may head straight to the reject pile. Here are 5 cover letter mistakes to avoid so that your …

By Mary Kate Sheridan - Vault
Vault
A comprehensive resource for students and job seekers looking for career advice, job postings, company reviews from employees, and rankings of the best companies and industry employers.
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What to Ask During a Networking Interview

Networking is a critical component of your legal job search. Each professional connection you make is an opportunity for mentorship and potentially the foundation of a future job, so it’s important to keep cultivating these relationships no matter what stage of the job search you’re …

By Shelley Awe - Vault
Vault
A comprehensive resource for students and job seekers looking for career advice, job postings, company reviews from employees, and rankings of the best companies and industry employers.
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Make Your Resume Job Specific

Your resume is the primary part of your job application. It’ll likely be one of the first (if not the first) pieces of the puzzle that prospective employers review when they’re considering you as a candidate for an open role.

By AnnaMarie Houlis - Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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Big Interview

The Big Interview platform gives students the skills and preparation they need for successful interviews, including effective responses to challenging …

Big Interview Quick Start Guide
Isenberg Virtual Career Day Tips for Success

Quick and easy tips to feel your best and attend a virtual career event with confidence!

How To Navigate A Career Fair (In Person & Virtual)

A career fair, whether in-person or virtual, is an excellent event for students to make connections with recruiters and companies, …

LinkedIn

LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network on the internet. You can use LinkedIn to find the right job or …

The Isenberg Resume: A How-To Guide for Undergraduate Students

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Using Job Data to Find Jobs

Jason Schenker
A job search can be challenging, but there are resources to improve your chances of finding a new role. Instructor…

Managing Your Job Seeker Mindset

Susan Rietano Davey
In a job search, your mindset can be your biggest asset or your most glaring liability. A negative mindset can…

Creating and Giving Business Presentations

Tatiana Kolovou
What makes a compelling presentation? A presentation that is built on strong research, tailored to your audience’s interests, and designed…

Becoming an Inspiring Mentor

Madecraft
Learning from a mentor is an invaluable professional experience. Your mentor guides you, shares perspective, and serves as an important…

Business Etiquette: Phone, Email, and Text

Suzanna Kaye
Phone, email, or text? Learn what communication method to use when. Suzanna Kaye starts with email, explaining everything from setting…

Developing Organizational Awareness

Lindsey Pollak
Organizational awareness, a key component of emotional intelligence, is a heightened level of consciousness about your organization and your role.…

Resume Makeover

Jenny Foss
If you’re looking for your dream job, you have to be prepared to act quickly. That means having an incredible,…

A Toolkit for Giving and Receiving Better Feedback

Big Think
At every stage of your career and in every professional role, feedback is tricky. Giving it in such a way…

Business Collaboration in the Modern Workplace

Phil Gold
The modern workplace is an exciting place. The digital revolution has provided new tools and ways of working that are…

Job Searching, Interviewing, and Negotiating Salary

Big Think
Whatever you trained for in college, your instructors probably left out the most important piece—how to look for and land…

Interview Master Class

Careercake
You’ve reached the final stage of the recruitment process. Now, all that stands between you and that job offer is…

Writing a Resume

Stacey Gordon
View Stacey’s LinkedIn Newsletter Finding a great job starts with writing a great resume, one that speaks to your personal…

Building Professional Relationships

Skyler Logsdon
Turning contacts into quality relationships takes effort. It’s not enough to connect on LinkedIn or to follow a person’s journey…

How to Highlight Your Job Skills

Chris Taylor
There are many skills that people possess in order to do their jobs successfully and competently. You have skills you…

Expert Tips for Answering Common Interview Questions

Linda Raynier
There are certain questions that interviewers volley at nearly all interviewees—regardless of the position or industry—in an attempt to get…

Returning to Work with a Resume Gap

Susan Rietano Davey
If you’re looking to return to work after taking a career break, even a brief one, the process can feel…

Cover Letter Tips

Jenny Foss
Cover letters offer job seekers an opportunity to explain how their education, skills, and experiences line up directly with the…

Finding a Remote Job

Mike Gutman
Do you want a remote job? Do you want more job flexibility? Do you want to be able to work…

Writing a Cover Letter

Jenny Foss
Cover letters matter. When done right, they spell out clearly who you are, what you have to offer, and—most importantly—why…

Writing Email

Judy Steiner-Williams
Discover the secrets to writing powerful emails your colleagues will read and answer by crafting your message and delivery. In…

Professional Organizations

Learn about and maybe even join a professional organization in your industry. Professional organizations sponsor conferences, publish articles and magazines, and sometimes
offer networking events relevant to your industry and special interests.