Negativity bias is the psychological phenomenon by which
humans have a greater recall of unpleasant memories compared with positive
memories. Make sure you don’t leave potential employers with negative memories
about you! Follow this list of what NOT to do at the career fair.
We all push things off or decide to nap/ binge watch Netflix
instead. But 15 minutes could help you
find your fit (that’s only a quarter of a
Game of Thrones episode). University Career Services has an array of resources no matter what you need. It
doesn’t matter if you don’t know what to do or if you really want a specific
job, a UCS Career Counselor can help.
You don’t want to
interview for a job. University Career Services hosts on-campus recruiting
with hundreds of employers throughout the year. Search and apply for jobs
through Careerolina. Set up a mock-interview to help you secure that
internship/job offer. UCS also helps students find part-time jobs in the local
As summer rolls around, so do the
questions about your plans. If you don’t have any summer plans lined up,
that’s okay – just start thinking about it now! Depending on your major and
career plans, there are a variety of appropriate ways to spend your summer.
With only a few weeks left in you first year of college, it
is time to start thinking about your summer. While some of you probably already
have plans to take to kick back and hang out with family and friends, make sure
to use your summer wisely to get ahead and add to your experiences. Here are a
couple things you could do over the summer, while staying at home:
I recently attended the "Careers in Sports" panel at UCS, where I learned a lot about about how to get involved as an undergraduate in internships, courses, and activities that would help someone go into the sports industry.
have wanted nothing more but to work for the federal government of the United
States of America. Personally, I want to work with the communications field of
the government. Thus I came to the Federal Job Webinar, hosted by UCS on
Tuesday, March 25, to learn more about how my application to a federal position
would stand out.
So you’ve got an interview,
congratulations! An interview is the first step to being employed and being
employed is the first step to becoming an adult, which is debatably a good
thing. Anyway there are a large number of things you need to do before you go
to a formal interview, but here they are in four broad categories.
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