Break the overwhelming interview process into smaller, more manageable steps to do before, during, and after the interview.
Author Archives: Valerie Turner
Want some constructive feedback on your resume? Bring a printout of your resume to one of the Career Center’s Resume Madness events to get a free review. Need some tips and handouts to create a resume? You can get that,
I just wanted to do something—anything—related to my field. I did not want to waste another summer doing a job that wouldn’t help me at all in my career. This job ended up giving me one of the best summers of my life.
Written by Kelly Cara, Co-Founder of V-Life and Missouri State University Alumna Two years ago, I packed my things and moved to Austin, TX, to attend culinary school. To some, this was not an obvious career decision. From age 3,
Written by Amie Case, Career Center Communication and Design Assistant, Bachelor of Science, Professional Writing. Need an easy way to keep track of all your professional and career-related accomplishments? It’s easy! Start a brag folder (also called a sunshine folder,
What does professional networking mean? Many people think it’s only for job seekers, but networking—which basically means developing relationships—is an important skill to learn as we begin developing our professional life. This includes planning and learning about careers, gaining experience
Written by Theresa Lydon-Lorson, career counseling graduate assistant, Career Center My name is Theresa Lydon-Lorson, and I am a 2014 graduate of Missouri State University. I have my Bachelor of Arts degree in religious studies, and I am currently pursuing
Written by Amie Gant, Career Center Communication and Design Assistant, Bachelor of Science, Professional Writing. Because having good etiquette on social media can positively impact your professional development, knowing what to do and what not to do on each social
Written by Amie Gant, Career Center Communication and Design Assistant, Bachelor of Science, Professional Writing. According to Job Outlook 2016 by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), leadership is currently the most desirable attribute that employers look for
Written by Amie Gant, Career Center Communication and Design Assistant, Bachelor of Science, Professional Writing. If you’re like most of us, the holidays are a time to slow down and take a good, long break from our hectic schedules. However,