Nicole was selected to attend Forté's College Conference and shares her highlights of the event.
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You are in college, balancing between doing well in classes and having enriching experiences outside of school. Money is tight – it would be nice to have some extra cash – but working can be taxing on your time and energy. What is a student to do?
Having an online presence is critical and quantity does not necessarily presume quality, especially when it comes to digital media and their relation to the professional world. Keep these tips in mind as you search for your next big opportunity.
Are you an exceptional student leader interested in building your skills and enhancing your resume? Have you considered a career in business? Attend the Forté College 2 Business Leadership Conference to explore opportunities you never knew existed!
Forté offers webinars exclusively for college students as you prepare for your career and beyond. Regardless of your major, we help you explore your options and build a solid business foundation that will be the base of your job success.
Career and internship fairs can be intimidating, especially if you’ve never been to one before. It’s important to prepare before you go, so here are some tips on navigating the fair.
While we may position ourselves for success within our major or school environment, it is also just as likely that in setting strong and sturdy pathways for our future we may overlook -- or worse, micro-define -- our roles and position in the grand scheme.
Caroline is beginning to plan for the transition from college to career and targets the top qualities she wants in her first job out of school.
Before you get too comfortable being in your flannel pajamas while eating home-cooked food and watching movie marathons, it is important to keep in mind that the holiday season can be one for both relaxation and productivity.
Educational inequity faces many of our young girls in the K-12 educational system, particularly girls from low-income communities, and the implications extend well beyond their school years into their future earning potential. We need strong leaders in education to help solve these important challenges.