How to Set Your Cover Letter Apart

How to Set Your Cover Letter Apart

It's not uncommon going above and beyond to meticulously craft your resume. You'll conduct research online, meet with your campus career services for feedback, and have multiple sets of eyes scour the page before sending it out to employers. But when it comes to cover letters? Most of us are just straight up confused. In order to unlock the mystery Read More…
8 Reasons Your Resume Might Have Been Overlooked

8 Reasons Your Resume Might Have Been Overlooked

Has job hunting left you feeling defeated? You have the skills. You have the experience. So, why aren't you getting a call back for an interview? Many job hunters deal with this frustration, so we chatted with career experts and mentors for their input on why your resume might have been overlooked. Here's the scoop. 1. You stuck to a Read More…
7 Simple Things You Can Do to Feel More Professional

7 Simple Things You Can Do to Feel More Professional

Interns and recent grads alike can all relate—diving into the real world for a new job is intimidating. But while you might currently own your company's unofficial title of "the new guy" and are still learning the ropes of this whole "adulting" thing, it doesn't mean you have to stick out like a sore thumb. Newbie or not, these simple Read More…
5 Study Methods That Aren’t Just Re-Reading Your Notes

5 Study Methods That Aren’t Just Re-Reading Your Notes

Do you ever sit down for a study session, but can't figure out how to dive in? That leaves a lot of us simply re-reading our notes over and over just hoping to retain as much as we can. We'll be honest, that's not the best way to tackle studying (and it leaves way too much room for zoning out). Check Read More…
10 Things to Do During Your Study Break

10 Things to Do During Your Study Break

Put down the books and take a break from studying. No, really...We're serious! Taking about 10-15 minutes to de-stress for every hour you study is much-needed. In fact, it actually helps your mind process and retain the information better (See? No need to feel guilty about it). Not sure what to do with this little bit of downtime? Check out Read More…
How to Deal When There’s Too Much on Your Plate

How to Deal When There’s Too Much on Your Plate

Exams, papers, projects, internships...There's so much to do, and (sometimes) so little time. When you feel like you're drowning in work and responsibilities, it's not long before you get stressed to the point where you're completely exhausted and burnt out. That's why we're letting you know how to deal when there's too much on your plate. Delegate tasks where you can. Is Read More…
4 Ways to Start Easing Your Financial Stress

4 Ways to Start Easing Your Financial Stress

Brought to You by our Partners at College Ave Student Loans As a college student or recent grad, your financial situation might feel anything but comfortable. Fortunately, there are quite a few steps you can start taking to get a better grasp on your money. Our friends at College Ave Student Loans are sharing their best advice below on easing Read More…
How to Create a More Productive Workspace

How to Create a More Productive Workspace

Scour any lifestyle blog or social media account and it won't be long before you stumble upon a photo of an immaculately organized desk complete with matching supplies, a framed picture of a motivational quote, and a cute little succulent tucked in the corner. This is one trend that's totally worth hopping on the bandwagon for -- not because it Read More…
How to Brush Off a Bad Morning and Get on with Your Day

How to Brush Off a Bad Morning and Get on with Your Day

Do you ever have one of those mornings where everything seems to go wrong? Maybe you spilled your coffee, received a not-so-pleasant text from your S.O., got a flat tire on your way to your internship, or something else along those lines. When your day gets off to a rough start like this, it's easy carrying that aggravation with you Read More…
7 Ways to Clear Your Mind After a Major Exam

7 Ways to Clear Your Mind After a Major Exam

Do you ever step out of a huge exam, and although you're relieved it's finally over, it still hasn't really hit you? You walked out of the classroom, yet you're still carrying the stress of that test. Ugh. Midterms, finals and, well, all exams for that matter can really take a toll on you. That's why we're dishing on some tricks Read More…
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