You can read whole articles on how to turn an internship into a job on The Balance or Forbes, but we compiled a few of the most relevant tips below. I bet you're already doing most of these things, but a refresher is always helpful! 1) Treat the entire work experience like an interview. Your … Continue reading Make the most of your internship!
Letting your potential employer know about your accommodation needs related to a disability is disclosure. This training is tailored to job seekers with vision impairment, but the general process would be the same for other things that may need to be disclosed. Disclosure Prepared by: Kali Giaritta, Renaissance Vocational Services, December, 2017 There will likely … Continue reading Disclosure
Prepared by: Kali Giaritta References are often a required part of an application but they may be requested at any step in the process, even after the interview. It is important to have a reference sheet prepared when you are conducting an active job search because you never know when it might be needed. Tips … Continue reading Guide to References
Many interviewers like to use a version of the question “What is your weakness?” A common technique for answering this question is to state a strength as a weakness; “I’m a perfectionist.” But an answer like that raises more red flags and leaves the interviewer wondering what issues would arise from this weakness. Candidates frequently … Continue reading What is your weakness?
Cover letters are often the first impression as you approach someone about an opportunity. It is arguably one of the most important documents in your career search tool box. A template can help you develop key phrases that effectively portray your strengths and assets. On the other hand, it can sound very canned and impersonal. … Continue reading The most effective cover letters are targeted.