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4 Things To Know Before Writing An Interview-Based Article

One of the ways I’ve supplemented my income and gotten some much-needed experience in college is by free-lance writing. Since my university does not offer formal journalism courses, I’ve had to learn a lot about writing nonfiction and journalism on my own and from experience. Writing is writing for the [...]

7 Essentials That Should Always Be In Your Work Bag

With summer internship season upon us, now is the time to start thinking about the items to have in your work bag, so you can be best prepared for your first day. You want to find the balance between being properly prepared and having to carry way too much stuff [...]

Why We Should Be Embracing Femininity In An Anti-Feminine World

In a world of judgment, self-comparison and heightened hostilities between men and women in the workplace, there is an almost constant pressure for young women to present themselves in a certain way. While everyone should be polished and poised on the job, women are often criticized if they stray from [...]

4 Ways To Balance Ambitious Career Goals With Your Love Life

If you are reading this, it’s likely because you’re at a crossroad. Don’t worry, though, you aren’t alone. Many young professionals are in the process of applying 0r interviewing for job or internship opportunities this summer. Some are trying to decide which college or graduate school they want to attend. [...]

Your Ultimate Guide For Creating A Professional Capsule Wardrobe

Assembling a professional wardrobe can be time consuming and expensive. If you’re a young professional just stepping into the professional workforce, building your work wardrobe can be overwhelming. To get you started, begin by building a capsule wardrobe, which consists of a small arsenal of essential pieces. These pieces are [...]

5 Proactive Career Driven Steps You Can Do Today

Have you ever felt like you were in a professional rut? You may be trying to advance your career or internship search, and you’re coming up empty. Now is the time when employers begin to hire interns for summer positions, and it is always a good idea to stay up [...]

7 Ways To Continue Building Your Resume This Semester

While many wait for summers to build their resumes, the truth is that you can build your resume all year long. School semesters are already busy, however, by working toward your career at the same time, you will get to where you want to be faster. Here are seven ways [...]

5 Industry Changing Companies Started by College Students

College can feel like a very overwhelming time, especially if you’re already imagining your future and planning ahead. However, some men and women have taken college to a whole new level by starting a business while still living in their dorm rooms. Some of them are famous, Facebook, for example, [...]

Feeling Lost In Your Career Path? Do These 5 Things

As women, we should always go after what we want in our careers with full force. However, this can be extremely difficult when it becomes unclear where we’re headed. It is not abnormal to be confused as to what we want in life. Whether you’re in school, a recent graduate, [...]

A Girl’s Guide To Giving A Killer Presentation

As a fourth year college student, I have given my fair share of formal presentations. Presentations in college can be extremely overwhelming, especially with large class sizes and high expectations from professors. The reality is, they’re really not as bad as everyone makes them out to be. Here are some [...]

7 Books About CEOs We Can All Learn From

Being a CEO of a major company like Amazon, Tesla, or Paypal is something most of us can only dream of. Many of us may not even be interested in becoming CEOs of Fortune 500 companies someday. No matter our career path there is so much we can learn from [...]

How To Write A Press Release

Whether you’re planning a career in communications, politics, nonprofit management, or business, knowing how to write a good press release is a skill that should not be overlooked. I’ve written a lot of press releases in my life for various purposes, including to promote books, to share breaking news, to [...]

5 Inspiring Female Leaders To Know And Admire

As ambitious women, we often have our eyes set on a goal, but it is always helpful to admire those powerful women who came before us that can continue to serve as an inspiration to women everywhere. Here are just five of those women. I am confident when you read [...]

10 Things To Do Before Starting Your Semester Long Internship

Almost all college students have one goal: that dream internship. Whether you find yourself in the office of a Congress-person, a political foundation or some other position of your dreams, you didn’t get there by accident, and you won’t stay there by accident. Especially when your internship is during a [...]

10 Life Lessons I Learned My First Semester Of College

Ah, freshman year of college. It’s a time for new beginnings, experiences, and friends. The new change is one of the most amazing times of your life, but it can also be one of the most stressful ones. Through the laughter, the all nighters, and the memories, I have learned [...]