8 Dos and Don’ts for Acing Your Interview

August 30, 2011

Have a big interview coming up for that internship you really want, or a part-time job you really need this semester? If so, check out this resourceful article by Dawn Dugan, contributing writer for Salary.com on some helpful tips to consider (and avoid) for the interview. As always, if you need help with preparing for […]

Welcome Back!!!

August 24, 2011

Dear College of Charleston Students, Welcome back to campus and we hope you had a relaxing summer.  As you begin the fall semester, don’t forget that the Career Center is here to assist you, whether it’s help writing a resume or finding a job, locating an internship or preparing for an interview, major/career counseling or helping […]

16 Job Search Errors Often Made

August 15, 2011

By Rachel Farrell, CareerBuilder.com From CNNLiving.com Over the years, hiring managers have born witness to every hiring, interviewing, resume, cover letter and negotiation mistake there is. You know what these blunders are. Yet you (and hundreds of other job seekers) continue to make common job search mistakes. From those who see your mistakes over and […]

The 7 Noble Virtues of the Workplace

August 8, 2011

From Salary.com Especially in this economy it is easy to feel alone. Coworkers can be very competitive and it may feel that going out of your way to put the team and your coworkers first is a wasted effort, but in the end people do remember your efforts and small kindnesses add up. To see […]

Seven Salary Negotiation Tips for Women

August 1, 2011

From Salary.com Women are far less likely than men to negotiate at work, which typically costs women more than half a million dollars in earnings over the course of their respective careers, according to Linda Babcock and Sara Lashever, authors of the book Women Don’t Ask. The authors conducted multiple studies that found women miss […]