4 Steps to Interview with Confidence When You Have Little Relevant Experience for the Job

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If you are an aspiring career changer, a new graduate, or even an experienced professional but looking to enter a young industry (e.g., blockchain), then you have less relevant experience for a job than other candidates but still need to …

By Caroline Ceniza-Levine
Caroline Ceniza-Levine Co-founder
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4 Reasons You Don’t Like Networking (and 4 Better Options You Will Like!).

4 Reasons You Don't Like Networking (and 4 Better Options You Will Like!).

If you’re a normal professional, you may just feel at least a smidge of apprehension or resentment when it comes time to drag yourself to (or get dragged to) a professional networking event. Sure, sure, the crab puffs might be …

By Desiree Wilson
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Resource Refresh: GloinGlobal

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Use GoinGlobal to research country-specific career and employment information, including world-wide internship and job postings, H1B employer listings, corporate profiles and career resources for more than 30 countries.

** Remember that you must first access the resource from campus and create …

By Sarah Bugh
Sarah Bugh Associate Director & Career Coach Sarah Bugh
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Know the STAR Interview Method

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In Know the STAR Interview Method, Jean Juchnowicz reviews the STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Results) method for responding to behavioral type questions. Highlighting each aspect of the STAR interview, Jean also provides guidance on preparing your responses.

If you would …

By Mitch Lederman
Mitch Lederman Sr. Associate Director, Career Development & Coaching Mitch Lederman
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5 Phrases to Avoid Like the Plague in an Interview

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In 5 Phrases to Avoid Like the Plague in an Interview, Elana Konstant discusses the five phrases she feels are not appropriate for an interview:

“While I don’t have the exact experience…”
“My last supervisor was a terrible manager.”
“What …

By Mitch Lederman
Mitch Lederman Sr. Associate Director, Career Development & Coaching Mitch Lederman
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