As the fall is quickly approaching, I’ve been working on a variety of tasks; interning, managing a student organization, preparing for Week of Welcome (WOW for incoming freshmen), and applying to graduate school. Call me crazy, but this is what happens when you’re a senior in college with a major in Communications; the competition is […]
Twitter – The New Flirting Tool to Find Work
You see them at a party, on the street and even on the web. You wonder if they’re nice and if the two of you would get along well together. Sounds a lot like dating, doesn’t it? In a way it is, only in this instance we’re talking about hiring – which is essentially a […]
Sorry Women, It’s Time for Binders Full of Jobs
Remember way back in 2012 when we had good old candidate Mitt Romney and his binders full of women to kick around? Those were the days, weren’t they? Life was good, tweeting was easy and the cotton was high. Romney offered up those “binders full of women” like a batting-practice fastball to a home run-starved […]
Should Professors Be Tapping Their Networks For College Students?
“Oh no, you don’t want our help. We are way too out of touch with all of that stuff,” to paraphrase a college professor of mine. Last week I was in his office to discuss my paper on The Unvanquished. After our meeting, he asked me what I hoped to do after graduation. I told […]