8 Things You Should Never Do In An Interview

Interviews are hard. And depending on your skills and experience, you might love them or you might hate them. But no matter what your feelings about interviews are, as long as you’re searching for a job, you won’t be able …

By Maximilian Vanegas - WayUp
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Top Three Things You Can Do to Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile

There are over 673 million users on LinkedIn, yet many job seekers wonder if the social media platform is worth their time. Is LinkedIn necessary to win a new job? Do you need a robust profile to land that new …

By Ivy Exec
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Majoring In Emergency Management: The Ins and Outs

When people ask me what my major is and I tell them Emergency Management, I can usually expect a second question to follow: “So… what is that?”.

What is emergency management?

The profession of emergency management is responsible for protecting …

By Ben Duppler
Ben Duppler Career Mentor
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General Resume Tips

Crafting a resume can be daunting task. It’s not always clear how to start or what it “should” look like. Ultimately, the design and content of your resume is up to you, but these suggestions will help keep your information …

By Andrew Falgier
Andrew Falgier Career Mentor
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What I Wish I Knew About Majoring in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is known as the most general and adaptable engineering degree. With mechanical engineering as your degree, you can do almost anything with the knowledge and skills you learn. There are things I wish I knew more about before …

By Elizabeth Beckstrom
Elizabeth Beckstrom Career Mentor
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Advice from a Graduating Senior

Hi! I’m Andrew, a senior in the Electrical Engineering program here at NDSU.

Graduation can be intimidating for some people. For most, it represents the end of their schooling and fully entering the workforce. For others, it means the start …

By Andrew Falgier
Andrew Falgier Career Mentor
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Here’s What You Should—and Shouldn’t—Capitalize on Your Resume

As a career coach, I’ve worked alongside recruiters and heard their complaints as they review resumes. I remember one squinting at the screen as she tried to read a resume with tiny font, and another telling me she doesn’t even …

By Leto Papadopoulos - The Muse
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Advice From a Pre-Nursing Student

Pre-Nursing courses are challenging, but you can tackle them! 

Hello prospective nursing students! My name is Abbey Bahmiller and I am a current pre-nursing student here at North Dakota State University. Being a college freshman is a new, exciting and …

By Abbey Bahmiller
Abbey Bahmiller Career Mentor
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Advice for Incoming Freshmen

Advice for Conquering Freshman Year 

You have just graduated high school and, though excited to start the next chapter of your life as a college student, you may be experiencing some anxiety, confusion, or stress as you think about the …

By Jillian Mccusker
Jillian Mccusker Career Mentor
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Tips as a Physical and Health Education Major

Are you considering majoring in Physical and/or Health Education (HE/PE)? Well let me tell you what to expect before making your decision. HE/PE is pretty unique compared to most other education content areas as we are off on our own …

By Tanner Teicher
Tanner Teicher Career Mentor
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