• Motivate Entry Level Staff With An Internship Program
    An internship program for your entry level staff can help create the collaborative environment that’s vital for business success today. It’s a chance to strike a blow against tribalism before it starts. Learn how to create one at your company.
  • 10 Surefire Ways to Turn Your Internship into a Job Offer
    Internships are the ideal way for students to gain professional experience and "try on" different work environments—but they're also an excellent way for employers to test out potential hires. If you want to turn your internship into a full-time position, follow these 10 tips.
  • Do Internships Really Matter on Resumes or are They Just a Way to Get Your Foot in the Door?
    Internships have become an unspoken requirement of a college education. How important is it to showcase them on your resume though? Read more.
  • Interview Questions for Hiring College Interns
    Offering a college internship program can be a rewarding experience. You'll enjoy the benefits of having extra hands on deck—plus, your employees will stretch their own skill sets by serving as mentors to younger professionals. Be sure to include these interview questions on your list the next ti...
  • 5 Reasons Why Washington, DC is the Best Place to Gain Work Experience
    Washington, D.C. is the best place to gain work experience. Here are 5 reasons why.
  • 5 Resume Changes to Make as You Climb The Ladder
    What resume entries should you keep—and what should you delete? Here are five resume changes to implement as you edit with an eye past entry level.
  • How To Get Hired On The Hill
    For those who aspire to do great things, working on Capitol Hill is an appealing idea. But the first great thing you have to do is to actually get hired. Whether you're looking for an internship, an entry-level position, or something a little higher up, getting that proverbial foot in the door ca...
  • Putting My Graduate Degree to Work: Does It Really Give Me a Competitive Edge?
    Will a graduate degree give you a competitive edge? Find out.
  • Managing Age Issues as an Older Job Applicant
    If you’re in your 50s, 60s, or even 70s, chances are you may find it necessary to conduct a job search. Here are some tips.
  • Navigating Your Job Search During and After Graduate School
    When's the right time to begin a job search during graduate school? The first day of class.That might sound daunting, but the earlier you plan your job search, the better. Here are six steps you can take to get and stay on track.
  • 8 Questions to Ask in Informational Interviews
    If you're just starting your career or interested in a career change, you've likely been advised to schedule informational interviews. These casual conversations with professional contacts—which shouldn't last longer than 20 to 25 minutes—are meant to help you learn about an industry and develop ...
  • Should You Have Your College Activities And Coursework On Your Resume?
    Should you have your college activities and coursework on your resume? Your initial impulse may be an unequivocal, “Yes!” You spent an incalculable amount of time and energy—not to mention a very calculable amount of money—studying your major. Your answer should actually lean more toward, “Someti...
  • How to Write a Resume With Little to No Experience
    How do you turn an opportunity into a job offer? We will show you how...
  • 5 Things Recent Grads Need to Know about Entering the Workforce
    Finding a job as a new graduate can sometimes be a scary prospect. You’ve got the whole world ahead of you, how do you gain a foothold? Read on for five things you should know before stepping out into the real world.
  • Employment Outlook for 2019 College Graduates
    If you'll be a member of the Class of 2019, you're in luck when it comes to the job search. The outlook for 2019 college graduates is bright. According to a survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges, employers plan to hire 16.6 percent more new grads this year than they did in 2018...
  • The Finance Majors Already Have Jobs, but the Hiring Outlook Is Still Great for Other Grads
    How’s the hiring outlook for college graduates this year? There’s still no cause for worry. The Class of 2018 is leaving campus at a particularly fortunate time. Even if you started late, it doesn’t mean you can’t start smart. Begin devoting time now—on a daily basis—to your search. Here are some...
  • Decoding Job Posting Lingo
    Looking through job postings can be grueling enough without coming across unfamiliar lingo that knocks you off course. Here is a helpful guide to get you back on track.
  • Can I Ask My Current Boss For A Letter Of Recommendation?
    Requesting a recommendation can be a delicate conversation no matter who you choose to ask. People are busy, and it’s always a little awkward to seek praise in the form of a letter. But the situation can get especially tricky when the person you want to write your recommendation is your current b...
  • 5 Things to Consider When Hiring College Seniors for Post-Grad
    Even with all the preparation available at most university campuses, some new college grads still struggle with the transition into the “real world.” This can be due to a variety of reasons, including immaturity, external hardships, or just plain inexperience. There’s a lot to be said for hiring ...
  • 5 Hot Jobs in D.C. that Can Mean Hiring Headaches
    Healthcare, services, managers and tech. And, of course, lawyers. There are many ways to evaluate what’s hot and what’s not in the D.C. job market. No matter how you slice and dice the numbers, though, those five categories are infernos. Here’s why.