A recent blog post by Lindsey Pollack discusses successful interview tips. To view the full article, please click here. What kinds of interviews yield the best candidates? According to research from Glassdoor Economic Research, more difficult interviews lead to more satisfied employees. And that can be daunting if you’re the candidate — whether you’re a [...]
By: Kathryn Kirkpatrick This year’s annual National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) convention was held in Kansas City, Missouri, and as always, it was an event that was well worth the trip for Embry-Riddle students! Our students saw success in a number of ways— some received interviews, several received job and internship offers, and a [...]
By: Alicia Kielmovitch As one who has been job searching off-and-on for the past decade, I have been lucky enough (or perhaps unlucky enough, given your point of view) to experience all different types of interviews. My first job interview was for Cold Stone Creamery for a summer position in between high school and college. [...]
Below recent article from U.S. News. To read the full article, please click here. Job search is often about who you know as much as what you know. But whether you're just starting out in your career or simply don't have the industry contacts you need, it can be a tough task to network into [...]
This article was from December 2016 in the Wall Street Journal written by Douglas Belkin. To read the full article, please click here. Most colleges and universities spend too much of their energy getting young people in the front door and not enough making sure they land good jobs on their way out. That is [...]
Have a safe, fun and relaxing Spring Break!
Our Career Services Student Ambassador program is approaching its two year anniversary, and we hope you have had an opportunity to meet some of its amazing members. To date this group has spoken to over 750 students in a variety of club/organizations, graduated 5 members who have gone on to do great things, and continued [...]