Tony
As a talent advisor and recruitment professional, I strategically partner with various business leaders to fulfill talent management and hiring needs. Through these partnerships, I am able to align talent acquisition and workforce planning strategies with business goals.
RECENT ANSWERS
/ Asked by Tanya L.
Great question! A good start can be applying for internships and gaining experience that way if it is tough to get an entry level position in your field of choice. Many times, you can prove yourself in that type of role and earn a full-time position through building relationships and developing your...

/ Asked by Onohije P.
Hello! I would include some of the courses you took during that semester if they are directly related to the job in which you are applying, but I would make sure that you are stating in some fashion that you strictly only took courses and didn’t in fact receive a degree. You can utilize anythi...

/ Asked by Andrew H.
Hello. This is a great question because even though it seems like a pretty straightforward process sending an offer out, there are a lot of things going on behind the scenes before it can be extended. Like Dean said in the previous answer, the approval process could be holding up the offer. There co...

/ Asked by Madison T.
Great question! Job searching can be a very exciting as well as stressful time whether it being your very first job or finding a new opportunity. I would start by making sure that your resume is concise and easy to read. Recruiters are looking through a ton of resumes and it is important that the co...

/ Asked by Madison T.
Hello. Internships are great ways to gain on the job experience and a great way to get your foot in the door of an employer that you are seeking to become a full-time employee of. First off, I think it is great that you have a part-time job and other commitments on top of a school schedule that show...

/ Asked by Karah K.
Great question! I think the experience can be invaluable for many reasons, but you do want to make sure you understand what those reasons are for. If you plan on studying abroad to see the world I would agree that it would be an amazing experience, however, if you were involved in an internship or c...

/ Asked by Karah K.
College courses help in preparing students as much as they can for the real world and being involved in organizations can add to that but at the end of the day it is important to gain on the job experience where you can. This can be achieved through internships or part time jobs that are related to ...

/ Asked by Sally S.
Great question! Internships would look great on grad school applications! While you are in school and pursuing further education, it is important to gain as much real world or “on the job” experience as you can. This will not only help you in the classroom, but will also be beneficial wh...

/ Asked by Hayley R.
Great question! I want to start by saying that there are plenty of people who ended up taking a different path than what they had in mind during college so you are not alone. Starting with the application I would submit a cover letter along with a detailed resume that focuses in on your professional...

/ Asked by Hayley R.
Hello and great question! It is very important this day and age to receive your degree as well as gaining experience but there are plenty of people out there that have taken different paths to achieve success. There are other ways to gain life experiences through extracurricular activities such as t...

/ Asked by KelliMae S.
Hello and great question! Employers value anything you do in college that can show you took initiative and became an active member of an organization or that activity. If you are involved in these types of extracurricular activities on top of a full school schedule this shows a ton of responsibility...

/ Asked by Noah A.
Great question! I think both objectives are equally important in terms of setting yourself for future success. It is very important to take time out of your day for meetings with various leaders across the company. This is crucial for not only building relationships around the organization but also ...

/ Asked by Noah A.
Congratulations! Working abroad will be a very unique experience and there will be plenty of opportunities to develop your skills. You will already be differentiating yourself through completing an international internship but it is important to get the most out of your time there. I would be sure t...

/ Asked by Madeline P.
Hello and great question! Employers value anything you do in college that can show you took initiative and became an active member of an organization or that activity. If you are involved in these types of extracurricular activities on top of a full school schedule this shows a ton of responsibility...

/ Asked by Alex S.
Hello and good question! If you haven’t already I would set up either weekly or biweekly meetings with your supervisor. These don’t have to be long, even 30 minutes could suffice, and use them as a checkpoint to see how you are progressing in your internship. Discuss your performance as ...

/ Asked by Angie B.
Hi! Typically if a position is closed out you will be unable to edit your submission for that particular requisition. I suggest checking on the career site and searching for additional positions that have been posted that match your skill set as sometimes there are multiple postings for similar role...

/ Asked by Trenton B.
Great question! LinkedIn has made it very easy to connect with not only people who work in your field but also gives you the ability to join groups within your profession/industry. This is a great way to network with established professionals and also keep you in the know when it comes to informatio...

/ Asked by Elizabeth O.
Great question! You can connect with a wide variety of different people for various different reasons. To get started I would begin with people that you know such as friends, classmates, professors, former co-workers, etc. I would then follow groups or companies that you may be interested in as this...

/ Asked by Sarah T.
Hello! If they don’t specifically ask for a certain amount you can’t go wrong with 2-3 letters of recommendation. I would provide one from an immediate supervisor/manager from your two past employers along with a peer recommendation from someone you worked with on a daily basis. If this ...

/ Asked by Samantha P.
Hello and great question!  When applying to positions I would encourage you to provide a cover letter or note on your resume the timeline that you will be moving. It would also be advantageous for you to let a future employer know that you are already planning on moving as some companies do not...

/ Asked by Justine G.
Hello. This is something that everyone strives for and is not the easiest thing to find at times. I agree with the previous answers where thinking about what you enjoyed doing growing up or if money was not an issue what is something you can see yourself waking up every morning excited to do. I unde...

/ Asked by Bethany E.
Hello and great question! If these were internships you had while still in school I think it safe to put the years that you were employed there while including in one of your bullet points that these were in fact summer internships. If a recruiter is interested in your experience this can always com...

/ Asked by Jonathan L.
Hello! I agree with everyone below. You may have yet to experience ethical dilemmas in the workplace or perhaps would rather not go into specifics so there is no problem answering this question on how you would handle this situation hypothetically. If you speak to your character and values and demon...

/ Asked by LaShaina W.
Hello and congratulations! It appears you have received some great feedback on this question from previous employers below and I wanted to add a little more advice for you. In regards to location, on some applications or even job boards you can check whether you are open for relocation or you can ev...

/ Asked by Tanya A.
Hello! This is a great question! I would have to agree with the previous responses below. You always want to market yourself as best as you can but it is important to do your homework so you are not overshooting your desired salary to the point where a recruiter may overlook your application because...

/ Asked by ray r.
Hello and great question! First off, I wouldn’t get discouraged as finding a job can take a while at times especially when looking for your first position out of college. I think it is important to take a step back and find reasons why you think you haven’t been hired yet. Are the positi...

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