It’s Friday! Here are a few thing’s we enjoyed reading, watching, listening to his week that may help you in your job search or your career.
Here are some tips for following up appropriately after an interview. You want to show that you’re super interested without coming off as overly-agressive.
What to write in a thank you note after an interview. Here are the 4 main things you want to cover and a sample template to use.
The “optimal” situation to be in is to be looking for a job while you already have one. However, there is one thing that is not optimal about that – finding the time to interview and managing to get away from your desk!
For our first Recruiter Profile, we’re interviewing Allison R, Student Engagement & Development Program Manager at Google. Hear from her on recruiting, culture, and making difficult career decisions.
Each Friday I will round up the most interesting career-related articles I’ve read from the week. Take a look at this week’s Recommended Reading Round-Up.
If you got called in for an interview, congrats! One of the easiest pieces to tackle is just showing up. Take a look at our tips to make sure you arrive calmly, confidently, and at the right time.
“If you can’t put someone at ease in that first 7 seconds, it could be the difference between getting the job and not getting the job.” While I think there are probably ways to redeem yourself throughout at interview, I have no doubt that the way you greet your interviewer gives off a really strong impression.
Our second ever Prepary interview is with someone I’ve known literally my entire life. She is incredibly smart and has always been both ambitious, creative, and willing to take risks. About to wrap up with Law School, Nicki reflects on the past 5 years and the road she took to get there.