Nance Rosen

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Do You Have the 5 Characteristics of Successful Young Entrepreneurs? Can you be an “intrapreneur” at work?

November 24, 2020 by | School of Communication

When you have control over your life and time, you just naturally feel more confident, joyful, and engaged with your work. Whether you decide to start your venture or find great satisfaction on-the-job for an employer, thinking in an entrepreneurial way will give you a path to success. Entrepreneurs are typically known for “finding their

5 Unexpected Work-From-Home Job Interview Questions Are You Ready to Explain How You Live and Work?

June 4, 2020 by | School of Communication

Employers have a right to ask you about your workspace and your ability to manage on your own, now that you are likely to start a new job by working from home. You don’t need to showcase an Instagram perfect loft, but you do need to prove you can manage to get everything done in

Stewing Over Your Internship or Job Search Strategy? Spice it up with these fresh ingredients!

May 29, 2020 by | School of Communication

The ingredients for a successful search include a smart strategy, variety of tactics, and consistent outreach. Personal sources, alumni, connections from the families of your friends, and recommendations from your social, religious, or other communities are especially valuable. Of course, your search strategy must include regularly reviewing the opportunities posted on Handshake, LinkedIn, Indeed, ZipRecruiter,

The Future of Work is Bright Because of Your Commitment “In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity” - Albert Einstein

May 13, 2020 by | School of Communication

Our economic and physical environments have demonstrably changed, altering our vision of what the workplace looks like, how we go about accomplishing the tasks of work, and how employers recruit and on-board new employees. Some sectors are experiencing once in a lifetime challenges that present not insurmountable hurdles, but undoubtedly real obstacles. The people who

How Can You Launch a Successful Career Now? What to do when you don’t know what to do.

May 7, 2020 by | School of Communication

Right now, it may occur to you that this time isn’t like any other transition you’ve ever made before. It’s not like going from high school to college. It’s not like moving from one town to another. It’s more like getting on a spaceship all by yourself and leaving this planet without being fully trained

Why Successful Jobseekers Need the Power of a Personal Motto Make a Difference Today and Other Enlightening Words

April 30, 2020 by | School of Communication

How do you succinctly communicate everything you are and aspire to be, especially when it comes to making an impression on your future employer? Consider using the power of a personal motto in your LinkedIn job title or summary. A personal motto is especially powerful if you don’t yet have a title that defines your

What’s the Fastest Way to Attract Your Ideal Offer? Speak to the Heart of the Company You Admire

April 23, 2020 by | School of Communication

Do good so you can do well. Community service and charitable acts are not simply good for your soul. They are good for your reputation. They are a great way to network with employees at the companies on your target list. The best way to connect with someone who right now is a stranger, is

Graduating Seniors, Are You Ready for Your Fantastic Journey? Here is the First Stepping Stone on Your Path to Career Success

April 15, 2020 by | School of Communication

If you’re a graduating senior, your first full-time job is just one small step on the path to your ultimate career success and enjoying the life you imagine for yourself. It’s a little like crossing a lake, one stepping stone at a time. The most daunting part of the journey is leaving the safe bank

What Do Aquariums Teach Jobseekers During a Pandemic? You Can Attract Employers by Displaying Your Work

April 3, 2020 by | School of Communication

During this stay-at-home period of the pandemic, we know aquariums, museums, and opera houses can’t fill their IRL venues. But that doesn’t stop them from reaching out and attracting visitors. Curators and marketers figured out how to fill the minds of their prospective audiences. They have gone online with impressive displays of their exhibits, collections,

Is Shallow Thinking Sinking Your Resume? It’s Not Your Lack of Experience, It’s the Dearth of Details

February 20, 2020 by | School of Communication

A resume that’s light on details can sink you to the bottom of a recruiter’s pile of applicants. Are you jotting down just the basics about your jobs, internships, or volunteer activities? Or, are you providing compelling, even granular details that bring your experiences to life as a recruiter reads about your work history and

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