Posts Tagged ‘career’

5 Resume Hacks


Learning how to write a resume is an art. Here are some tips to hack yours. How Long? 1 page. Seriously. A resume should get you an interview, not depict your life story. Employers want to be able to see what you’ve done at a glance. When someone is screening through hundreds of resumes a […]

I’ve paid my dues. I interned at a couple of different companies throughout college. Been there, done that. I’ve identified a couple of ways to avoid looking/acting like the stereotypical intern. 1. Dressing Like a Tool There are three types of interns. Those who overdress and outdo their manager, those who pretend to be a […]

People always ask me “Sheehan, what do you really do?” I could bore them to death about how I’m in IT and I develop distributed enterprise applications that enable realtime messaging services for corporate payment accounts – but what does that really mean to your everyday joe (or sally)? The Elevator Pitch What I’m trying […]

Computer Science Masters of Business Administration Learning Looks like Google is giving out advice on not only how to get in, but how to succeed in a rapidly changing industry such as technology (can be applied to other disciplines too). The challenge for the up-and-coming generation is how to acquire them. It’s easy to educate […]