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.
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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.
In the last of a three part series on summer internships, hear from five college students who share their advice on how to decide if you want to accept a job offer following an internship and what to do if a job offer isn't an option.
In the second of a three part series on summer internships, hear from four college students who share their advice on getting a job offer following a successful internship.
Ambitious career women are working harder than ever to reach top jobs but getting ahead these days means rethinking how they network and carefully crafting their group of contacts.
In the first of a three part series on summer internships, hear from seven college students who share their advice on finding and landing an internship.
Have you ever wondered what goes on in recruiters’ minds as they scatter through hundreds, if not thousands, of applications for a single position? Arielle Brown, College Recruiting Specialist at Under Armour (and former Under Armour corporate intern), provides her take on the typical recruitment processes for internships and full-time positions.
One of the most essential bits of advice often overlooked in resume building is the underlying foundation of the process: valuing yourself. Here are 3 simple steps to de-clutter the nonsense and focus on the essential: your unique contribution as a female scholar, leader, team player, or whatever you may be.
Angela's first career fair made her a little nervous but with preparation and support from her friends, she discovered that it can be a valuable resource.
College students know that in order to get that target career, they need to get their foot in the door with an internship – preferably an internship that shows employers that as a prospective recruit, you are capable of doing great work. What better way to achieve this than with an internship that allows you to experience all of this? Here are five steps to land that dream internship.