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6 Habits Of Highly Effective Female Leaders

These days, being a driven young woman with a full set of acrylic nails, career goals, networking activities, and social events can be exhausting. Striving to be the very best leader you can be, at the same time as all that, can feel beyond overwhelming at times, too. But one [...]

Mastering Life As The Youngest Person In The Office

When you’re the youngest person at your company, its really easy for everyone to see you as the “kid” of the group. Even when you’re given big roles that involve important decision making, earning your colleagues respect can be an upward battle when most of them are at least twice [...]

How She Got That Internship: Amelia’s Internship At USA Today

How She Got That Internship is a series that highlights conservative women’s internships in various organizations and positions to inspire the next generation of conservative women to lead. Did you, or a young woman that you know, have an internship experience you want to share with our readers? Submit it in this form and [...]

7 Things Every Young Professional Woman Should Know

Before working full time, I had multiple internships that prepared me for my first time job. Now that I come across my second year anniversary of my first full time job, there is much I have learned. Within the two years I have been at my job, I have been [...]

5 Essentials To Include In A Cover Letter

Writing a cover letter is one of those things that no one teaches you in school. but expects you to master when you step into the real world. Luckily, there are a ton of articles out there meant to help you draft one, including how to address the reader, how [...]

7 Ways To Conduct A Successful Job Search

I never truly thought the day would come that I would receive my college degree and step into the full-time job world. It’s overwhelming, exciting and overall a mixed bag of emotions and hardships. Job searching can be stressful, but in the end, determines a large portion of your life. [...]

5 Lessons I Learned As An Intern On The Hill

Interning on Capitol Hill during the summer was one of the most eye-opening and exciting experiences for me. I worked in Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers’ (WA-05) Washington D.C. office, which is constantly busy as she serves as the chair of the House Republicans.  Through guiding tours, sitting in on congressional [...]

5 Ways For Female Leaders To Strengthen Their Leadership Skills

For career women, solid leadership skills are vital in all situations. Whether you hold a leadership position on campus or are a full-time employee, others respect those who know what they’re doing. Here are five ways for female leaders to improve their everyday leadership skills. Push fresh ideas It’s easy [...]

5 Things To Know Before Taking The LSAT

The Law School Admission Test, also known as the LSAT, is the test that almost all law schools in the United States require. The test is scored from 120 to 180. It is multiple choice questions with an unscored writing sample at the end. There are five sections, but only [...]

5 Best Stores To Expand Your Professional Wardrobe On A Budget

The world of professional dress code can be hard to navigate, especially if you’re on a budget. However, looking great at work and fitting your office’s unique culture shouldn’t have to cost your entire paycheck. Below are a list of some great places to shop for high quality professional clothing [...]