During a planning meeting for this blog’s December content calendar, I wondered aloud whether having a LinkedIn page was enough or if I also needed a personal website. I didn’t know the answer or even have a feeling one way or the other. My boss didn’t know either.
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Although I did not mention it in my last post – a career to-do list for winter break – today’s suggestion fits right in with those tasks: create your own signature project.
Are you graduating in May? Congratulations, that’s exciting and awesome! And a little bit terrifying, I’m guessing? To help you prepare, I’ve put together a list of tasks for you to work through.
My fellow students, the end is nigh. Of course, I’m referring to the end of the semester.
On Wednesday, November 9, Sally Gore will speak about “Supply & Demand: Matching Your Skills to the Information Needs of Today” via Collaborate.
Earlier this week, Jill Klees, our wonderful iSchool Career Center Liaison, gave a presentation on how to “Interview Like a Superstar.” She covered a lot of ground and answered a ton of audience questions.
What accomplishment are you most proud of? Give me your best example of providing outstanding customer service. What does being a team player mean to you and share an example that demonstrates it? How do you build rapport with a difficult team member?
Looking for a job takes a lot of time and energy. In fact, you may have heard that job searching is a full-time job in itself. That is at least when you do your job search the right way. A half-fast job search is a waste of your precious time and energy.