talk too much

Fighting for Air Time in an Interview

I’m an observer and sometime eavesdropper. It’s hard not to be when sitting at Starbucks and I see that someone is being interviewed. This morning I noticed a man reviewing and taking notes on resumes. From his body language, I could see he was waiting for someone and indeed a young woman walked in and introduced herself. […]


art and science

There’s art and Science to Writing a Resumé

Your resumé is the key to opening doors in your job search. Resumes, whether you choose paper, web-based or video format are a brief account of your personal, professional and educational experience intended for an employer’s human resources professional, recruiter and/or hiring-manager to help them discern if you are a qualified candidate for the open […]


video interview

As if the Hiring Process for College Graduates Could get any More De-humanized

Last week, Goldman Sachs announced it will no longer hold face-to-face interviews with undergraduates looking for full-time jobs and will only accept video interviews from undergrads—videos that applicants will record themselves using a software program and then upload and send along to Goldman.  Underscore software program. You are not making a casting video for The […]



Evaluate Your Internship to Learn if This is the Right Career for you.

Internships are an essential part of the college experience, providing you the opportunity to test-drive a career field, make contacts, build marketable skills and figure out your likes and dislikes within specific industries. Now that you are a week or two into your internship, have learned your co-workers names, where the printers, conference rooms and […]