Posts Tagged 'New Graduate'



Experienced Need Not Apply – Texas Internships

Are you a new grad or looking for a way to get your foot in the door to a new career? Or perhaps you want to give some young person the opportunity of their life time? The Texas WorkforceCommission in partnership with Direct Employers Association, recently announced March 19th the creation of a fabulous online recruiting tool for high-school and college students to learn about paid internship opportunities and employers to post these opportunities; TexasInternships.jobs. Continue reading ‘Experienced Need Not Apply – Texas Internships’

New “Choices” Help Families Plan

mikeCareer planning tool roll-out. Walk into any fifth grade class in any city in the nation and ask the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” The answers will be nearly the same whether you’re in Seattle or San Antonio, Harrisburg or Houston: Continue reading ‘New “Choices” Help Families Plan’

Keys to Overcoming a Blank Resume

will-s-0209Job search tips for new college graduates.
I recently addressed a group of local college students about job prospects with graduation right around the corner for many of them. Their biggest concerns were two-fold. First, and normal in any economy, the daunting prospect of competing school with little or no experience to show on their resumes. The second is hoping to avoid becoming just another unemployed recent college grad stuck in a crowded job market. Continue reading ‘Keys to Overcoming a Blank Resume’

Chestnuts, Eggnog, and a New Job For You

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If you’re in the crux of a strenuous job search, taking time off during the holidays could be the worst thing you can do. A common misconception about the holiday season is that companies are not hiring. Continue reading ‘Chestnuts, Eggnog, and a New Job For You’


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