Junior: Excel

Excel

Now, it’s time to test your abilities and knowledge relating to the industry; it’s time to EXCEL. You should become more active, both on and off-campus, growing your knowledge and experience base. This may be a semester to study abroad or expand your experience beyond campus. To excel, you need to begin diving deeper into research on the industry, companies, and roles you’re exploring. Draw more insight from the network connections you’ve formed and set yourself up to excel in the future.

How to determine if a company values DEI

DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) is crucial to workplace culture, the hiring process, the day-to-day of an office, and so much more. Diversity and inclusion have always been important, but it has become a priority for companies across all industries …

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4 Key Tips for a Successful Interview

Interviewing for a new job can be a stressful, regardless of whether it’s your first time or if you’re a seasoned interview veteran. We’ve provided some great tips in the past to help you prepare for and conduct a successful …

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