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Your résumé is usually the first impression a potential employer has of you so it’s very important to make it look professional and make you look good. Some people, like myself, were fortunate enough to have a class in high school that required you to make a resume but I know some people have never made […] [READ MORE]

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I recently applied for a job here in Ames and realized I hadn’t applied for a job in a long time. My résumé was out of date, I needed to work on my interview skills, and I had to take a long time out of my day to actually complete the application and make sure […] [READ MORE]

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As a college student, there are plenty of opportunities to take advantage of...But when deciding which events to attend, it is easy to get caught up in reasons why it's not worth it or worse, why you're not worth it. I'm here to tell you - why the hell not you!? Deciding to attend more could actually change your life! [READ MORE]

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I am a second-year student in journalism & mass communications, with a marketing communications and writing focus. This past week we had the Engineering, Business Industry/Technology, and People to People career fairs, and I attended them all. Although it was a little nerve-wrecking, I learned a lot, and I wanted to share my experiences.   […] [READ MORE]

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At Iowa State in every college, including in the Ivy College of Business, we have an excellent value-added service called Career Services. In the Ivy College of Business, Business Career Services connects students, alumni and faculty/staff with programs and services. Such programs and services include: researching careers, creating a resume, interviewing, career fairs, and negotiation […] [READ MORE]

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