It’s that time of year again for internship and job interviews for the upcoming summer. Lots of students deal with nervousness and anxiety before going into an interview, so here are some tips and tricks to calm one’s nerves before that big interview. One thing that students love is their caffeine. Caffeine, however, can make students hyper, drive anxiety and make students sweat more.
It is almost time for winter break; a time where students relax and try not to think about schoolwork too much; but this is also a great time to start looking for internships and job opportunities, and update one’s resume. Seniors should start looking for career opportunities for after they graduate in May, and SNHU Recruit is a great place to start looking for them. For seniors, odds are they still have a
The Career and Professional Development Center helps students with so much more than just resumes and job searches. Students can meet with a career counselor one on one to help with choosing a major, (for those who are undecided or would like to switch), and also help students practice mock interview skills, develop their LinkedIn profiles and expand their network. Freshmen to seniors use
Breana Diaz is Studying abroad at Florence University of the Arts in Italy is constantly giving me opportunities. One of the major blessings is interning with Fashion Loves You (FLY). FLY is the student-run vintage consignment boutique. My job cannot be defined by one duty. Every shift is an exciting new opportunity in the fashion world, and what I have done so far includes