When thinking about graduate school, you may be trying to convince yourself you need to have every question answered before you blink. And while you should have your ducks in a row before furthering your
Being an online student has its advantages…the flexibility of attending class from the comfort of your home or from the corner coffee shop, engaging with your professors from anywhere in the world, and having access
At the University of Florida thousands of students work part time jobs, both on and off campus. But does having a part time job actually benefit your college experience? We spoke to Kevin Sardja, a
For people with three internships, eight leadership positions and a plethora of honors and awards throughout their college experience, creating a resume can seem pretty easy. But for those who may not have work or
Are you new to LinkedIn or don’t know what to include in your profile? If you answered yes to either of these questions, don’t worry, we’re here to help. At the Career Resource Center, we
The job/internship search process can be tedious and exhausting. And it can be especially discouraging if you’re not hearing back from employers or if they respond to your application saying that they’re pursuing other candidates.
Not all positions, industries or employees are the same but there are some universal and transferable qualities that all good employees possess. We spoke with Dana McPherson, the CRC's Marketing and Digital Media Manager, to
A personal professional website can be a great tool to show employers the work you have done and showcase your skills. A professional website is something that students of all majors should consider making. We