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3 Awkward Things We've All Experienced While Networking

This past Thursday I was honored to have had the opportunity to speak at OMD’s headquarters in NYC for the 1st Five Intern Reception. The event was for media interns to meet potential employers, mingle with other interns, and listen to one of the four breakout session talks. 737 more words


Cloud-Based Web Application Check-Script

Monitoring applications can be tricky. As a network engineer it’s important that the applications that I serve up are available and working properly. To network engineers it’s important that resources are up and running from the Internet.  3,316 more words


A warm smile and a good hand shake matters more than you think.

A vital component of a first impression can be your warm smile and a good hand shake.  The hand shake seems a simple, common sense physical gesture when you meet someone, but important in your job search, in business and in life. 214 more words


Why Networking Is So Important & Strategies To Help You Network Better

Everyone in business knows they need to network but what does that actually look like? How often should you network? When and where? And what if you aren’t exactly the most outgoing person ever? 1,133 more words

Business Tips

12 ways to get outside our comfort zone when attending a networking event

Most of us have a comfort zone. Mine’s walking into a workshop and talking about various job search topics. I guess I’ve been leading workshops on the job search for so long–thousands over the course of eight years–that engaging with people (the more the better) is second nature to me. 634 more words

Career Search

7/28/15 newsletter

Hello Grad Community!

In this email:

(1) We want your opinion! FY16 Grad Community Needs Survey

(2) Get involved! Join a SWE Committee

(3) Grad member spotlight: Mary Phillips Dournaee… 222 more words

Graduate School

PRSA-NCC New Member Welcome Lunch

by Jirasith Sindhusake

As a new face in Public Relations, I came across PRSA as a full-time PR intern and dual-enrolled graduate student. With my intentions focused on professional development and networking opportunities, PRSA became the clear answer to attaining my goals. 329 more words