The Case for Networking: CC Alumni Connect, Which Leads to a Dream Job

The Case for Networking: CC Alumni Connect, Which Leads to a Dream Job A Networking Story from Holly Moynahan (‘15) and Scott Jarrell (‘99)   As a student at CC, you’re exposed to some pretty interesting individuals that all share a similar background: like you, they’re students of Colorado College. They’re ambitious, creative, intelligent, adventurous,…

Anark: Software Engineer -3D CAD Integrations

Company Anark is a leading provider of technical enterprise content management (ECM) software and solutions, with activities-based visual collaboration for manufacturing, procurement, and field service organizations. Anark helps market leaders such as General Electric, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Allison Transmission, Johnson & Johnson, Cisco, Ericsson, and TE Connectivity unlock the potential of their technical data, allowing knowledge…

How to Answer the 31 Most Common Interview Questions

posted by THE MUSE EDITOR re-posted from The Muse Wouldn’t it be great if you knew exactly what questions a hiring manager would be asking you in your next job interview? While we unfortunately can’t read minds, we’ll give you the next best thing: a list of the 31 most commonly asked interview questions and answers. While we don’t…

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4 Helpful Tips: Balancing the Rollercoaster Emotions of a Job Hunt

Some graduates accurately describe job hunting or recruiting as going through purgatory, given how particularly challenging the experience can be. As candidates, they face multiple challenges, including the need to learn the skills and capabilities needed to be effective throughout the recruiting process, such as networking, writing cover letters, developing elevator pitches, and tailoring resumes to…

6 Hard Lessons Successful Professionals Learn by 35

Most professionals who’ve hit major success milestones before the age of 35 have made it a point to learn the below six lessons. And if you, too, are able to learn them now as opposed to later, you’ll find that they’ll yield some pretty impressive results. 1. It’s okay to ask for advice. Sometimes we…

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The Importance of Having an Anti-Role Model

Take a moment and think about your childhood. Who were the people you admired and looked-up-to? Did they inspire and motivate you? Have they shaped who you are as a person today? Different types of role models may help you most. As pointed in a Forbes article, there isn’t just one type of role model. There are…

Seeking Paid Intern for Doctor, Motivational Speaker & Educational Search Consultant!

Dr. Matthew Weed is a motivational speaker, an educational search consultant and helps organizations make their websites and facilities more accessible to people with disabilities. Check out his website & an article about Dr. Weed! Matthew has worked with nearly a thousand students who helped him with the blood glucose monitoring and insulin dosage measurements…

4/30: Investment Consulting Performance Specialist at AON

4/30: Investment Consulting Performance Specialist at AON Aon Is Looking For An Investment Consulting Performance Specialist As part of an industry-leading team, you will help empower results for our clients by delivering innovative and effective solutions as part of our Investment Consulting practice. This role falls under Aon’s early career development program, known as Launch.…

Seniors: Take the Senior Survey!

Are you a senior? Have you figured out what you’re doing after graduation? Have no idea? Either way, let us know! Whether you’re working, heading to grad school, traveling, volunteering, joining them military, or combining any number of incredible opportunities, we want to know what you’re up to after you leave us in May. Answer the…

5 Job Search Myths Costing You the Job

by Peter Yang | April 17, 2019 Re-posted from Vault The job landscape is constantly changing, so now more than ever it’s critical to stay on top of the latest job search trends and strategies to ensure you land the position of your dreams. However, if you look around the web, you’ll find many opinions…

3 Rules for Writing Important Work Emails

by Derek Loosvelt | April 16, 2019 Re-posted from VAULT All work emails are not created equally. Some you dash off in all lower case w/o a care if you abbreviate words or mistakenly include “their” for “there” or “it’s” for “its.” While others you need to take your time to write, capitalizing the first letter of…

Ace the Case: Part II; Profitability and the Brain Teaser

Interested in consulting? Want to develop your strategic problem solving skills? Want to do both (while eating pizza?) Join us at the Career Center for our second workshop in the Case Interviewing Series. You’ll learn the Profitability Framework, Brainteaser strategies and best practices and resources for this specific interviewing style. This workshop (and series) is…

Block Break 7: “From Intern to WINtern” Workshop Series

  Spending time on campus this Block Break? The Career Center is hosting an “Intern to WINtern” Workshop Series during Block Break 7 to help students make the most of summer internships: from managing time and responsibilities, to presenting themselves professionally in communication, appearance and workplace relationships. All sessions will take place in the Tutt…

Top Companies 2019: Where the U.S. wants to work now

Published on April 3, 2019 Daniel Roth, Editor in Chief, LinkedIn Re-posted from LinkedIn Pulse Every year, our editors and data scientists parse billions of actions taken by LinkedIn members around the world to uncover the companies that are attracting the most attention from jobseekers and then hanging onto that talent. The data-driven approach looks at…

How to Get Your Personality Across in Interviews

by Natalie Fisher | March 12, 2019 Re-posted from Vault In interviews, standing apart from the hoards of other job candidates means showing your interviewers how you’re different. This is where it pays to express your own personality, rather than exhibiting a rigid, polished, robotic side. Of course, expressing your personality doesn’t mean interviewing as if you’re speaking…

3 Traits You Need to Survive the Job Search

by Natalie Fisher | April 01, 2019 Re-posted from Vault It’s an understatement to say that the job search process is competitive and grueling. You’ll be measured against many other candidates with the same degrees, the same types of jobs and internships, and the same type of skills. You’ll also likely have to deal with a fair…

5/31: Opportunity Finance Intern – SHINE

SHINE Medical Technologies is immediately seeking a Finance Intern reporting to the VP of Finance who will have an opportunity to work on various financial and analytical projects. The Finance Intern will assist with and improve SHINE’s budgeting and forecasting processes, financial and KPI reporting processes along with performing various ad hoc financial analyses. The selected candidate…

4/9: Working Back from the Gravestone (Stratton Series with Inventor Michael White ’02)

Working Back from the Gravestone with Inventor Michael White ’02 Don’t know what you want to do with your life? Great. Neither does Stratton Series speaker and inventor Michael White (but he’s “successful” by many accounts). While it’s okay to have no idea, there are a few things we can do right now that can…

3 Tips for Surviving a One-Way Video Interview

Burgeoning bankers beware—recruiting techniques continue to shift towards the electronic. Financial services giant JPMorgan announced that it will be drastically cutting down its presence at college career fairs and will be moving the entry phase of its recruitment process to a one-way video interview (i.e., pre-recorded, not with a person on the other side) accompanied by games…

4/4: A CC Student’s Guide to Negotiating Total Compensation

A CC Student’s Guide to Negotiating Total Compensation With Executive-in-Residence Kyle Samuel ‘92 Many students know that they should negotiate their salary before accepting a job. But did you know that you can also negotiate your benefits? Join Executive-in Residence Kyle Samuel ’92, President of M&T Insurance Agency and Senior Vice President of M&T Bank,…

12 Things You Shouldn’t Say At Work

12 THINGS YOU SHOULDN’T SAY AT WORK Check out this Linkedin article to avoid common work faux pas!  The everyday phrases that do damage in the workplace 12 Things you Should Never Say at Work is an Infographic designed to give you early warning of these types of quietly damaging phrases. It doesn’t set out to…

53 Ways to Get a Job Before Graduation

53 Ways to Get a Job Before Graduation Originally posted by The Muse.com   Graduation is an incredibly exciting time, but we don’t have to tell you that it’s also incredibly scary—especially for the many grads who don’t yet know what they’re going to do once they have that diploma in hand. If you have…