The first thing the company representative will notice is how you are dressed. Professional clothing is a must. Also, bring a folder or some sort of organizer to keep copies of your resume and business cards. A pen is always a great thing to have on you, so that you can make notes on any materials you are given by companies. Making small notes on business cards will remind you of your interaction after the event. If you're looking for tips to improve your resume, see our post titled Hire that Bobcat: Tip by tip to make yOUr resume stand out.
Ever felt incredibly stressed and unprepared for an interview? We've all felt that way. The Comfy Girl Boss is here to help put your mind at ease. Pre-interview jitters are normal. It's safe to say that everyone has felt a little shaky before a big job/internship interview. We know exactly how to prepare for an interview and we intend to share this info with all of our fellow girl bosses out there! We've come up with a few crucial steps in order to convince the interviewer you're a perfect fit and land that big internship. From dressing the right way to following up afterwords, these 5 interviewing tips will help you absolutely kill an interview and potentially land your dream internship. Here's what you need to do:
It's 2016, social media has blown up in the past few years. Many millennials have had social media accounts since they were younger. Facebook became widely popular in 2008 while Twitter and Instagram were close behind. Millennials are the first generation to grow up with social media. This means that as we grow up, our social media posts are going to have to grow up as well.
For graduating seniors on the job hunt, finding a job straight out of school can be hard. We're here to help you with the job application process.
Spring is in the air and it's job search time, seniors! We won’t talk about how many days are left until that dreaded g-word happens, but no matter your feelings on leaving Athens, most of you are currently on the job search.
You're got a lot on your plate. We're all in the same boat. The boat of homework, projects, clubs, liquor pitchers and more. The job search is a job on its own, and yeah, it's going to take some effort.
Don't make life harder. There are quite a few simple tips, tricks and free tools at your disposal to help you nail your first big kid job, if you know where to look. (Hint: look here!)
Finding your dream job nowadays means entering an ultracompetitive market. If we (as millennials) want to succeed, we need to master the most useful tool there is - social media.
Here are my top 4 ways to use social media and get recruiters attention:
For graduating college students, the job interview process can be an incredibly mysterious subject to approach if you've never before had the opportunity to be involved in one. However, it's only going to be mysterious for graduates who aren't prepared. If you want to walk into a job interview with 10-out-of-10 confidence on what to do and say during your time with your potential future employer, then you've come to the right place.
Below you'll find the 3 major keys that will prepare you to walk into a job interview with confidence, poise, and finesse. After practicing and mastering these 3 keys, you'll never enter another job interview feeling nervous and unprepared, and you'll definitely leave a great lasting impression on the person interviewing you.