Career fairs can seem daunting, particularly if you buy into the success stories like I did. It is easy when you are worried about your job prospects (and feel the ever present shadow of graduation lurking) to put too much weight on these kind of events. It can feel like your entire future is riding… Read More Don’t Panic: An Anxious Undergrad’s Guide to Career Fairs
Your first career fair is to say the least, intimidating. Not only do you have to have to be assertive and prepared, but you must dress well and be ready to defend your liberal arts degree (which may possibly be the hardest part.) The first career fair that I attended had booths geared towards business… Read More So You’re Going to a Career Fair
When I first started college I enrolled as a business management major, and I thought I had everything planned out, and I knew what I wanted to be when I “grew up”. However, as my freshmen year started drawing to a close I started to question if business was the right fit for me, and… Read More Limitless Possibilites and Unending Dreams
Business Insider’s Max Nisen wrote a piece on the usefulness of a humanities degree and encourages people to ignore haters. I think that means Business is in love. Ok, Humanities, just play it cool. Just brea – OMG Business is looking our way! The Love Letter What does business like so much about us? Is it how… Read More OMG! Business Loves Humanities? Seriously…What?
I found this article while perusing http://www.idealist.org. They have an entire career support blogging for humanities majors and I have found it incredibly encouraging and helpful. The author of this blog is Ashely Lee, a Visual Arts major with minors in Psychology and Women’s Studies. She discusses how going to college as an 18-year-old she… Read More Encouragement for the Liberal Arts’ Job Hunter