Last week we talked about branding yourself and introduced the six leadership skills. An essential element of branding yourself is being able to articulate the qualities and characteristics people know they are always going to get from you. Today, we are going to review the STAR Method, which is a structure for answering interview questions … Continue reading Learn how to tell your STAR stories for your next interview
Know yourself. Know your options. If you visualize the career development process as a pyramid, those two concepts make up its base. This is because the more you know about yourself and your options the more confidently you make career decisions. But, what happens once you’ve made those career choices—such as the industry you want … Continue reading Brand yourself, leadership skills employers are seeking
At some point in your college career, you’ve probably stopped and panicked because the thought, “Is this really the right major for me?” popped into your head. This can happen your first year or even your last year. Although the possibility that you aren’t in the right major can be very scary, it’s important to … Continue reading Know your options, What Can I Do With This Major?
We’ve all probably taken a career test before to try to figure out which career path we should or shouldn’t go down, but what exactly is the value of those tests? Many have the experience of being given results that seem inaccurate or unrelatable. When I took one in high school it said I should … Continue reading Know yourself, know your strengths
How important are your values to your career path? They should probably be very important and an integral part of your decision-making process as you choose a career, as well as the companies or businesses you are aspiring to work for. These values can be anything from honesty and integrity to helping others and problem-solving. … Continue reading Know yourself, know your values
Have you ever looked at the skills section of a resume template and just stared at it blankly? You're probably not alone and that's okay. However, it's important to find out which skills you excel at and which skills you enjoy. Not only will you be able to write them down and showcase them to … Continue reading Know yourself, know your skills