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Did you know your cover photo is the first thing that a connection will see when visiting your profile and a good way to make a solid first impression?

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University and college can be an unforgettable chapter of self-growth and exploration of career and personal curiosities – if you plan it right. More often than not, it can turn out to be four years spent eating out, struggling to balance class and work, and studying ‘til the sun comes up. Doing this can lead […]

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As another school year approaches, so do group assignments. Working with your peers can be a tall order, especially when a bunch of diverse (and sometimes conflicting) personalities are randomly selected to work together. That being said, here are five types of people you may encounter when doing a group assignment and how to work […]

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If you aren’t able to explain your job in a relevant and concise manner to people you are close to, it’s unlikely you will be able to do it in front of a potential future employer or hiring panel.

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Learn about IBM’s Extreme Blue internship program from their alumni, and how the experience led to their future careers in Business, Consulting and Technology.

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The final days of summer tend to fly by and before you know it, you’ll be back on campus navigating your way through yet another school year. To help you get ahead, here are some easy tips to avoid becoming overwhelmed by the transition from fun to (basically) living at the library. Connect With Your […]

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For students and new grads looking to hatch a career in telecommunications and media, Bell is often at the top of their list of places to apply. Bell’s plentiful and diverse opportunities for young professionals make it a great place to kickstart an exciting career. On August 16th, we chatted with four recruiting experts from […]

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Mitt Romney. Carly Fiorina. Peter Thiel. Lloyd Blankfein. If you thought I was randomly listing names off the Forbes 400 list of billionaires, you wouldn’t be far off. But some readers will know that all four of them do have something in common. A liberal arts degree. While often dismissed as a less-than-useful degree, it’s an […]

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As a student who hasn’t even started a career, you probably haven’t thought about what’ll you do once you stop working. And to some degree, that’s fine. If you spend all your time counting down to when you can finally stop working, you might never enjoy the work you can do in your lifetime. However, […]

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Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations. Interested in what questions students and grads like you are asking about getting involved with this egg-citing company? Check out this week’s Office Hours! On August 10th, we took your questions and […]

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For job-seeking students and recent grads, a third-party recruitment consultant can be a valuable contact for prospecting career opportunities. This is why it’s important to know what they can and can’t do for you and how to get the greatest value out of working with one. Wait, What’s a Recruitment Consultant? If you’re not entirely […]

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I recently went to see the show “Miracle” by British magician Derren Brown. Derren Brown’s show turned to be amazing in its tricks, mentalism, and incredible visuals. But, as I sat among 1800 others in the theatre, I was not expecting that it would be something he said, rather than did, that would make the […]