The elevator pitch or one-minute commercial is an essential tool to have in your back pocket when looking for a job.
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If you have a Twitter account, you probably use it like most people: live-tweeting the season premiere of your favorite TV show or sharing your opinion about the new restaurant in town.
We’re almost to the end! Some of you are probably already done for the semester, while others still have a few days, so I thought this might be a good time for some alumni wisdom. You know, wise words to help us de-stress (that’s a real coping mechanism, right?).
If you’re reading this blog, then hopefully you also are aware of the Career Development resources the iSchool provides.
One of the nice things about the iSchool’s online community is that there are a lot of ways to connect. Besides class discussion posts and group projects, we have
In June, I attended my very first ALA Annual Conference in Chicago, IL. My overall impression was just that it was huge, but I had pockets of personal interactions that were really rewarding.
As the official start of the fall semester
looms approaches, I asked Kim Dority to share some of her wisdom.
You may or may not have considered using Facebook in your job search. But now that Facebook officially has a job search feature, it’s worth at least thinking about taking advantage.
It’s (un)officially summer, which means conference season is warming up (or fiery hot). These days, in addition to weird acronyms and too many reusable bags, conferences also come with their very own Twitter hashtags.