Tag: career advice

5 Ways to Prepare for Medical School Right Now

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, Marietta College

No matter where you are in your studies, it's never too early to work toward medical school. Here are a few simple ways to get started on your path. read more

My Productive Spring Break: Networking in New York City

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, The University of Texas at Austin

Trying to figure out what to do for spring break? You could always head to the beach, or you could switch it up with some networking or a fun learning experience! read more

How to Find Internships for Business Majors

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CEO and Founder, GetSet

Internships are an important tool for gaining experience and learning about one's preferences and interests. read more

8 Essential College Internship Tips

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Student, Elmhurst College

Since they don't have binge-watchable Netflix series for job search advice, here's the next best thing... read more

5 Ways to Have an Amazing Internship Experience

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Student, Desert Mountain High School

Follow these rules to make your busy life as an intern a little less hectic and impress your new colleagues. read more

Do's and Don'ts for Your First Conference

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Publisher, CareerTapped.com

Time to get professional, people! These do's and don'ts will help you stay focused and maximize learning at a conference, seminar, or webinar. read more

6 Reasons to Avoid Procrastination

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Publisher, CareerTapped.com

If you have any desire to be successful, consider these reasons to avoid procrastination and get moving. read more

10 Ways to Show You're Professional...Even if You Don't Feel Like It

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Publisher, CareerTapped.com

When we're feeling "blah," it shows. And it can really backfire in a professional situation. Here's 10 ways to shake it off! read more

Land Your Dream Career Using Social Media

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Authors, "Land Your Dream Career in College: The Complete Guide for Success"

It's time to get your first "real-world" job. So exciting. So terrifying. But don't worry. You've had a secret weapon in your corner all along . . . read more

5 Ways Recent Grads Can Make Their Brand-New Cubicle a Happier Place

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Editor-in-Chief, Carnegie Communications

Forty hours a week is a lot of time to spend in a crappy workspace. Don't let it happen to you. read more