Quick Tips: Finding Your Career Path

How To Find Your Career Path

As college or graduate school winds down and graduation approaches, thinking about your post-graduation plans can be stressful. If you don’t have a job, don’t worry just yet, you’re not alone. You can make it happen by getting organized and doing your research. My biggest tip, of course, is to have a system for getting through the application and interview process but that’s for another post. The big problem I faced when I was about to graduate from my undergrad program was that I had no idea what I wanted to do. I had a few interviews by April but […]

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8 Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

What to wear for summer weddings, graduations, and other events!

I’m so excited to be graduating in a week and a half! My mom has been bugging me to choose a dress to wear to graduation so  I’ve been on the search for dresses that can also work as wedding guest dresses, or anything else that comes over the summer. My style is pretty simple day-to-day with a lot of black so I wanted to go with something that had color, a print, or crochet detailing. Macy’s, Lulus, Forever 21, and Nordstrom all have amazing options right now so if you can find a dress and they’re having a sale, it doesn’t […]

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5 Questions To Ask At The End Of An Interview

5 questions to ask at the end of your interview

When going into a job interview, most of us prepare to answer the tough questions and perfect our answers to the dreaded “tell me about yourself”. However, the end of the process is just as important as the beginning. When the end of the interview comes along and the interviewer asks if you have any questions, many people hesitate to ask questions about  the company and position, but bringing up these topics can show that you are thoughtful, eager, and interested. Here are five must-ask questions to start that dialogue: About the position It is always important to be informed about the company and […]

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A Trip To NOLA + Recommendations

A Week In New Orleans

Get ready for a photo overload! Just a few weeks ago, a couple of friends and I went to New Orleans for the Collision Conference. Way back in October, I received an email for $7 tickets (as opposed to the $700 face value of the ticket) for me and 2 other friends as a part of Women in Tech so we jumped at the chance. At the time we bought them with the hopes of making it happen but weren’t too set on it because of school and other logistics. Early this year we bit the bullet and bought our […]

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How To Get Into Graduate School

How To Get Into Grad School

Two and half weeks. That’s how long I have in my 2-year Master’s program. Not only is that exciting, it’s also pretty nerve-wracking considering the final projects and assignments I’ll need to finish by then. It’s even scarier when considering the fact that a huge capstone project that involves a business sponsor and multiple team members and hundreds of hours of time spent will be due in exactly 2 weeks and 2 days. Nevertheless, the deadlines will come and go, and everyone will go their separate ways. So this got me thinking about where I was a few years ago… […]

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