Career Management

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Ways to Improve Your Resume During Quarantine
Ways to Improve Your Resume During Quarantine

Are you bored in quarantine? Do you feel as if you’re missing out on all the exciting opportunities you had planned for this summer or fall? Even if you're stuck at home, I have a few things you can do to boost your résumé!

Written by Morganne DarlingJuly 24
How to Survive Video Interviews and The Future of Recruiting
How to Survive Video Interviews and The Future of Recruiting

If you haven’t experienced a video interview yet, you will undoubtedly be invited to complete one before you graduate. These video-interview tips will help you navigate your next experience.

Written by Jason CiriloMay 21
How to Stay Sane and Productive While Working From Home
How to Stay Sane and Productive While Working From Home

The list above suggests just a few of the activities that you can do to stay productive working from home. Try to keep your mind calm and composed, as well as try to have fun by staying connected and learning new skills.

Written by Sagar PatelMay 11
Career Advice: Being a Problem-Solver
Career Advice: Being a Problem-Solver

One of my favorite job interview requests is, “Tell me about a time you failed.” The reason why I like it is because it’s designed to demonstrate your problem-solving abilities. A strong way to answer is to focus less on the failure itself.

Written by Jason CiriloApril 30
Reverse Career Fairs: All you need to know
Reverse Career Fairs: All you need to know

We've all heard about regular career fairs, where you go to meet the recruiting coordinators from different companies, but have you heard of a reverse career fair? Instead of students wandering around waiting to talk to a recruiter, it's switched.

Written by Morganne DarlingFebruary 21
How to Prepare for a Job Fair
How to Prepare for a Job Fair

How to be prepared and take full advantage of each opportunity career fairs and large career conventions offer.

Written by Jason CiriloJuly 25
The Art of the Informational Interview
The Art of the Informational Interview

What is the informational interview and how can it help you expand your network into areas you never even dreamed of? Here's how to conduct your own informational interview and go the extra mile.

Written by Carlos GuerreroMarch 28
What Will You Do With Your “One Interview Chance?”
What Will You Do With Your “One Interview Chance?”

More and more, recruiters are utilizing technology to screen candidates for open positions. So how do you prepare for your "one interview chance?"

Written by Susan BrookshireMarch 21
Comet Closet Program Helps You Land Your Dream Job
Comet Closet Program Helps You Land Your Dream Job

Ola Saleh, the Comet Closet’s director of outreach, gives us a glimpse into this student-led program that aims to help students land their dream job.

Written by Ola SalehJanuary 6
Why Hire Millennials?
Why Hire Millennials?

The work ethic of millennials has been a much-discussed topic lately. The post today addresses this topic from the perspective of a working Jindal School alumna millennial, Ritu Pandey.

Written by Ritu PandeySeptember 2
Learning to Lead by Delegating
Learning to Lead by Delegating

The importance of learning to delegate starts now and goes beyond the depths of leading university student organizations. As told by alumna Michelle Abuda, read on to hear her learning experience.

Written by Michelle AbudaAugust 1
Christian’s Summer Internship at BNSF Railway
Christian’s Summer Internship at BNSF Railway

Christian Kelly, a recent grad from the supply chain management program, participated in a summer internship with BNSF Railway. To learn more about his experience, read on!

Written by Gaby MokryMay 16
Interviews are Two-way Propositions
Interviews are Two-way Propositions

Interviews are a two-way proposition so you must interview companies as they interview you. Evaluate and ask yourself, would you hire your interviewers to work with you?

Written by Sherri CookMay 6
The Philosophical Adventures of the Resume
The Philosophical Adventures of the Resume

Let’s explore some of the conscious and unconscious biases in resumes and learn preventative measures to avoid the “reject” pile with Keith Guerrero, Academic Support Coordinator in Operations / Supply Chain Management.

Written by Keith GuerreroApril 8
How To Break Through In Your Industry
How To Break Through In Your Industry

No matter what career field you’re in, there are several ways to break through in your industry. Gaby Mokry will give you five ways to help you break through, show your skills and pay dividends in this blog post.

Written by Gaby MokryMarch 15
You Get What You Pay For
You Get What You Pay For

When you cut budget corners expecting to get the best, you get what you pay for. Dr. Howard Dover explains one of the seven deadly sins of sales organizations so that you won't fall into the trap.

Written by Howard DoverMarch 9
Hira Saleem's Internship with Bell Helicopter
Hira Saleem's Internship with Bell Helicopter

Hira Saleem became an intern at Bell Helicopter to learn more about human resources and broaden her knowledge of the business world. In this interview, Hira gives tips from her internship experience.

Written by Gaby MokryMarch 7
Get Out of Your Comfort Zone, Take Risks and Do More Than Expected
Get Out of Your Comfort Zone, Take Risks and Do More Than Expected

As a Jindal Career Management Center career advisor, Sherri Cook works with students each day who are very busy. Meet Fredi Garcia, who learned how to get out of his comfort zone, take risks and do more than expected.

Written by Sherri CookFebruary 5

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