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Dear Supernatural

Dear Supernatural:

We are Janah and Katie, two ALM’s from Alberta. You may remember us from such productions as Wynonna Earp, Fargo: Seasons 1 and 2, as well as a healthy stint on AMC’s hit network making series Hell on Wheels (not the one about cars, or the one about wheel chairs, but the one about trains). 27 more words

Motivation from video games (is legitimate)

I’m going to live my life like an role-playing game.

Wait, that sounds crazy. Let me back up.

For the uninitiated (that is, people with active social lives), in role-playing games you create a character with a specific race, class and skillset, and then take them on missions through an open world. 549 more words

Mastering the Informational Interview

The words “informational interview” often makes people think about awkward encounters at the Hawk Career Networking Series and the Career Fair. However, if you know how to navigate informational interviews, they can actually help to jump start your job search. 524 more words

Job Search

10 tricks to turn travel experiences into resume attributes

Travel is a great addition to your resume. But how do you turn months of wandering, site-seeing, sunbathing, getting lost, skiing, surfing, partying, gallivanting (you get the drift), into valuable workplace skills and experience? 154 more words

Travel

Darn it! I knew I should have worn my superhero cape!

A sad day to have my superhero cape at the cleaners …

Unsuspectingly, I was up at my normal time of 5:00 a.m. packing my lunch on that fateful Monday morning. 333 more words

Employment

Do You Need A CV Or A Resume?

You’ve probably heard the terms CV and resume thrown around a lot. Are they the same thing, or different? How do you know if you need a CV, a resume, or both? 544 more words

ego

Today it hit me like a ton of bricks. My confidence and ego are beginning to the feel the after effects of being laid off. The endless amount of hard work, the adrenaline of being a part of something you wholeheartedly believed in, the feeling of finding “THE” job… 190 more words

Celina Zamora-Torres