Monthly Archives: June 2009

Recent College Graduate Expert’s Tip of the Month – June

Think, think, think before you speak By Nancy Barry Speaker and Author of When Reality Hits: What Employers Want Recent College Graduates to Know In college, your verbal communication style was probably fairly casual. When you start your career, you’ll … Continue reading

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Student Investment Expert’s Tip of the Month – June

Don’t think you can invest with just $50? With just $50, you may be asking how you can invest in the stock market. Even with today’s prices, $50 only gets you two shares of Microsoft, hardly anything to show for … Continue reading

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Networking Expert’s Tip of the Month – June

Professional Associations: Membership Has Rewards By: Lindsey Pollak (article reprinted from the Lindsey Pollak blog) In a bad economy, college students and recent grads need to try everything they can to land a job or internship. One often-overlooked resource is … Continue reading

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College Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – June

Sayonara to senior-year stress! If you plan ahead and take some time out to relax, you can be stress-free senior year even amidst all the college applications, letters of recommendation and other things you must deal with! By: Stephen Burleigh … Continue reading

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Twentysomething Crisis Survival Expert’s Tip of the Month – June

By: Christine Hassler Picture this: You are running late and hit unexpected traffic.  Everyone on the road seems to be over 80 years old or fresh out of Drivers Ed class. How do you react?  Does all the frustration manifest … Continue reading

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