If you're a student or a recent graduate (or the parent of one)—it's time to think about career options. Let a professional Career Coach help you prepare for the working world and begin a smart job search. Choose the service or package that’s right for you; whether you want help with your resume, finding jobs to apply for, or preparing for interviews—we’ll work with you to customize our services to meet your needs. Check out some of our great options below and you’ll be on your way to work in a flash!
Are you a recent graduate entering the workforce and don’t know where to begin? This comprehensive package helps you start an entry level job search. You’ll have your own Coach to help you write your resume, target specific companies, determine how to market your skills, and help you prepare for interviews.
Take advantage of our career counseling sessions and let one of our experienced Career Coaches help you transition from student life into the career of your dreams. We'll work with you to figure out what you need help with and will create a customized strategy to help you get where you want to be!
Wish you could have a practice run for an upcoming digital interview? Now you can! Use our Digital Interview platform to practice for the real thing. Calm your nerves, listen to how your responses sound, make sure your body language is professional, and notice other little things that you can improve on.
If you don’t have a resume, or if the one you have needs a major overhaul, don’t worry—we can help. Simply answer some questions about your education, work history, and career goals and our expert resume writers will get to work crafting a polished and professional resume.
Interviewing is one of the most nerve-racking parts of a job search. A Practice Interview lets you test your skills and receive feedback from a professional Career Coach. With our help, you'll feel prepared and confident when it's time for the real interview. Interview options include: Phone, Skype, and In-Person.
Making a positive impression on LinkedIn is an important part of your job search. Employers will check your profile for recommendations, connections, a professional photo, and career overview that is free from typos. This is a real opportunity for you to shine! Let us optimize your profile and ensure that you make a great first impression.
If you needed a job yesterday, this product is for you! One of our Coaches will spend an hour of time researching open positions in your area that you can apply to right now and we'll send them right to you.
This innovative tool helps you begin the process of analyzing your strengths, likes, and professional goals and start learning how to incorporate them into your job search.
Job seekers—you HAVE to dress better for interviews. We're seeing more and more candidates rejected due to inappropriate interview attire. Regardless of whether it's intentional, human beings make immediate assessments based on appearance and the first interview is part of the "weed out" process. Do everything in your power to look amazing and professional on your next interview. Know your audience and choose your clothes wisely. Please do not show up to your next interview having committed any of these 5 major interview fashion faux pas.
September is the “new" New Year. The end of summer, beginning of school, and the start of the 4th quarter make this a great time to re-focus on what’s important in your life: relationships, work-life balance, giving back, and career. Whether you’re a senior executive, mid-level manager, or recent college graduate, "Career Control" is often the hardest of any new year’s resolution. Here are 3 tips to focus your career efforts and avoid career drift.
Arriving on time is rule number one of a successful job interview. If you’re late, many employers will cut the interview short, or refuse to meet with you. But what about arriving too early—is that just as bad? The truth is, everything you’re doing as part of the interview process is being judged and each move you make should be calculated. Your arrival is the beginning of your first impression. Make it count. Here are answers to 4 questions you’ve always wanted to ask an HR professional:
Regardless of the job, interviews all generally work the same way. The number of interviews you have may depend on the level of the job, but you can be certain that employers are looking for different things in a first interview than they are in a last interview. Understanding what you need to do to prepare will help you land the job. Here are some key tips that will help you survive the first interview and "seal the deal" in the final interview:
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