Natesa
Experienced University Relations Specialist. Skilled in Event Planning, Microsoft Excel, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Strong professional with a Bachelor's degree focused in Management and Leadership from Miami University.
RECENT ANSWERS
/ Asked by J.M. S.
Thanks for asking! Like Phil said above, there isn’t really a “best” time to start doing internships. Typically, most companies hire rising seniors and rising juniors for summer internships, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they aren’t going to consider a rising sophom...

/ Asked by J.M. S.
Thanks for asking! This is a question many people have. Typically, recruiters are looking to see if you’ve had experiences that will transfer to a potential role. A lack of formal internship experience usually won’t hurt your chances of getting a job, as long as you can display the &ldqu...

/ Asked by J.M. S.
Interesting question! Although Greek life has been scrutinized in the news and social media lately, including it on your resume still displays your leadership experiences and potential. Being involved in a fraternity is not inherently a negative thing. If you can explain the positive impact you had ...

/ Asked by Marley R.
Thanks for asking! Career fairs are one of the easiest way for companies to meet potential employees. Your preparation will depend on what exactly you are looking for/what year in school you are in. You shouldn’t necessarily expect an interview or a job from a career fair, but it’s one o...

/ Asked by Sandy C.
Great question! The performance review process can be different depending on the organization, but at their core, all performance review processes are the same. They all have the same purpose – to determine the performance of an employee. Building rapport with your colleagues is important to s...

/ Asked by Tanya L.
Great question! Your compensation is made up of much more than just a base salary or wage, and it's important to look at the whole picture when assessing a potential company or role. Benefits play a large part in a total compensation package. One role may seemingly offer more with a higher base sala...

/ Asked by Steven L.
Great question! It really depends on the organization and the function you are looking at. If you have the basic qualifications and knowledge as well as a willingness to learn, you can still get a job that isn’t necessarily aligned with your major. When interviewing, it is important to show ho...

/ Asked by Nathalie N.
Great question! When it comes down to it, the benefit of graduate school really depends on the organization you work for and your own personal career goals. There are some organizations that will preference employees that went to graduate school, and there are some organizations that don't. It also ...

/ Asked by Cynthia p.
It’s so great that you have this opportunity to go back and study something new! But I’m sure it is also very overwhelming, due to the sheer number of possibilities. There are so many different types of jobs out there, it’s important that you choose a field you are interested in. I...

/ Asked by Cameron F.
Great question! There are numerous resume templates circling the web these days, but ultimately the decision is up to you. Typically, the education section is set up with the University first, followed by major, and then GPA. If you want to provide more information in the Education section, you can ...

/ Asked by Kristen C.
Great question! Unfortunately, there isn’t going to be a “one size fits all” answer. Ultimately it depends on your personal goals, and the organization you are potentially working for. If you have a clear idea of what exactly you want to do with your career, it may be better to go ...

/ Asked by Hayley R.
Thanks for asking this important question! I agree that it seems like college is becoming more and more of a checklist for students. From a student’s point of view, it seems like there is already a predetermined path you must take to ultimately end up with a job post-graduation. This is not th...

/ Asked by Katherine M.
Great question! This is becoming more and more prevalent in the work place as time goes on, and as undergraduate education programs evolve. Employers are looking for enthusiastic, knowledgeable employees that are willing to learn. For an interview, you will need to do research to understand the job ...

/ Asked by Hayley R.
Great question! Ultimately, it depends on the organization and the manager – some organizations place a large amount of value on the degree or certification. It also depends on the field you are in. Some jobs require a further degree or additional certifications. In my career thus far, more em...

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