Looking for your next internship, or graduating this spring and unsure of your next steps? Well you’re in luck! Campus Philly (that’s us) is hosting a virtual career fair, called Intern Philly, from March 19 to 29. Hundreds of companies will post jobs and internships for both college students and recent graduates, through the Campus Philly Launch site!Continue reading “Land Your Dream Job during Intern Philly, March 19-29, 2019”
Bancroft is HIRING! If you’re interested in working with children and adults with autism, developmental disabilities, and brain injury, check out their career fair in Mount Laurel.
Finalizing your résumé for that perfect job? That dream internship? That once-in-a-lifetime scholarship? It can be intimidating to try and capture the essence of all your years of experience on one page, but it’s certainly possible. All you need to know is how to structure your resumé and exactly what to include, but of course, that’s easier said than done.
Our team at Campus Philly has the tips, tricks, and advice to help you make your resume as polished as possible. Here are the 5 steps to building your best resumé!
You know the feeling when you’re in a job interview and it’s going GREAT, and you answered every question about your résumé, felt comfortable with all the responsibilities of the position, hit it off so well with the person interviewing you that you feel you’ve known each other for a lifetime…but then they ask you that dreaded question: “So do you have any questions for me?”
According to Business Insider, “…every interview is a two-way street. You should be interviewing the employer just as much as they’re interviewing you. You both need to walk away convinced that the job would be a great fit.”
But you can’t ask too many questions, right? And what if you ask the wrong questions? After scouring the web and asking around the Campus Philly office, here are seven questions to ask in an interview (and three to avoid unless the situation calls for it). Continue reading “7 Questions to Ask in an Interview (and 3 to NEVER)”