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My Experience: From the Mayor’s Intern Fellows Program to Questpro

By: Nadya Villegas It was an honor to be part of the Mayor’s Intern Fellows Program. I was one of nearly 300 students chosen to be an intern for a professional business that would show me the office environment and give me skills that will advance me in the future. Through being an intern, one … Continue reading “My Experience: From the Mayor’s Intern Fellows Program to Questpro”

Your millennial candidates are interviewing you too! Here’s how to pass their tests.

By: Caroline Miller One of my worst interview horror stories was in New York. While I was thirty minutes early and waiting in a cramped, dismantled lobby, the company was running thirty minutes late. Besides the untimely start, my interviewer and potential boss had a great attitude and got me excited about working for the … Continue reading “Your millennial candidates are interviewing you too! Here’s how to pass their tests.”

6 Steps to Become a LinkedIn Pro

By: Carisa Sandy LinkedIn is the gateway tool to all your networking, connecting, and job searching hopes and dreams. The goal for your LinkedIn profile is to be descriptive and effectively brand you and your skills! These 6 tips will help you become a LinkedIn pro in no time!   1 – Professional Photo Take … Continue reading “6 Steps to Become a LinkedIn Pro”

Career Fair Success: Attracting Your Next Best Hire

By: Charlene DeMers  Career fairs and expos can be very productive for recruiters and hiring managers. As a company looking to select your next best hire, what could be more efficient than conducting several face-to-face interviews with interested candidates in a short amount of time? As a company looking to attract your next best hire, … Continue reading “Career Fair Success: Attracting Your Next Best Hire”

5 Ways to Boost Productivity

By: Jade Roberts  Have a Good Routine: A good daily routine will help you eliminate the unnecessary noise around you. For example, starting each day with a vigorous workout increases endorphins which in turn increases productivity. When you look good, you feel good, and you think even better. Eat a nutritious breakfast each morning to … Continue reading “5 Ways to Boost Productivity”

You Landed a Skype Interview, Now What?

By: Jade Roberts  Technology: You know that brand new tablet you just got for your birthday? A Skype interview for your dream job is probably not the best time to test out its savvy new camera. A safer choice would be your beloved MacBook that got you through all of those group projects and late … Continue reading “You Landed a Skype Interview, Now What?”

The 21st Century Resume- The Future is Now

The 21st Century Resume By: Trent Bush Full disclosure- I’m not a millennial.  When I put together my first resume and started looking for a job, “social media” consisted of the group chat “party lines” where you dialed in from the phone connected to your wall, and the only mobile phone I owned was a … Continue reading “The 21st Century Resume- The Future is Now”

The (Lloyd’s) Christmas Story

The (Lloyd’s) Christmas Story By: Ben Volkmer What are you grateful for this holiday season? Firstly, I am grateful that my blog title almost says “A Lloyd Christmas Story”. I don’t care who you are, if that face doesn’t cheer you up today, I don’t know what will.   I am also thankful for London, where I … Continue reading “The (Lloyd’s) Christmas Story”