As you might know, I’ve been looking for an internship recently. Of course, that means that I had to go through a lot of interviews (16 y’all!!!). Writing a killer resumé will help you get noticed, but the interview is where you make it or break it. That’s when you take the matter into your own hands and try to convince the employer that they should hire you. After going through so many interviews in such a short period of time, I’ve developed these 10 interview tips that will help you ace just about any interview!
If you follow me on Twitter or Snapchat, you know that I’ve had quite a few interviews this past week. Why? Because I’m currently looking for an internship for the winter and summer semesters!
Because of the internship search process I’ve been on with my career center, it happens that all of the interviews for the internships that I have applied for in the past few weeks happened last week, or will be happening in the upcoming week. That means that I’ve spent
all most of my fall break doing interviews and that I will be (hopefully) doing more interviews this week. Yes, at the same time I’m taking my midterms. Talk about stress!
One of the things that helped me get through this stressful week is to prepare. How do you prepare for an interview? Check out these 4 ways to help you prepare for any interview and don’t forget to grab your bonus worksheet at the end! View Post
It’s a well-known fact that I’m a TV junkie. During high season (aka fall and winter), I can watch up to 12 TV shows a week! So trust me when I say I know my stuff. Who do you think my friends and family turn to when they need a show to binge? ME.
I wrote a Netflix recommendation post before, as well as a few TV-related blog posts, and since it’s been a while since I’ve last written one, I thought now would be the perfect time to write another edition! With fall on its way, you’re more than likely to want to snuggle up and watch something on Netflix. So I gathered up my favorite movies and TV shows of the moment so you have plenty to choose from!
There are two times in a semester that all students hate: finals and midterms. Let’s be honest. No matter what your major is, we all hate midterms. Why? Because it’s one of the busiest time of the semester.
The first few weeks of the semester, professors are taking it cool, not giving you too many tests or assignments. Weeks go by, and suddenly, you have 4 exams and 3 papers to hand in during the same week, and you’re asking yourself how you’re ever going to go through this.
I’ve been there. I know what it’s like to feel overwhelmed. So stop, take a deep breath and let’s go through this together. This is my guide for how to survive midterms. View Post
In college, being a morning person doesn’t seem to be the trend. How many time have I heard that this person stayed up until 2 AM to finish this paper, that this one stayed up all night to study for a test, or that this other one stayed up late to watch Netflix?
I used to be like that too. I thought that going to sleep early and waking up early was “not cool”. Was I really living the real college experience if I didn’t go to sleep at 3 AM at least once a week?
And I used to think of myself as a night owl too. But, quickly, I realized that being a morning person rocks! Here are my reasons to become a morning person.