Virtual Recruiting: Candidate Best Practices

Virtual recruiting – or the process of finding, applying, and interviewing for jobs through online digital platforms – has been an increasingly valuable supplement to in-person, on-campus recruiting activities over the last several years. But with the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak causing shelter-in-place orders and mass event cancellations, virtual recruiting has quickly become the only feasible

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What You Need to Know About The H-1B Visa and Employee Sponsorship

Nearly 120,000 international students enrolled in American universities for graduate studies in 2018-19, according to the Institute of International Education, joining another 250,000 international students already engaged in studies. For many, if not most, this experience can be filled with both excitement at the prospect of earning their degree at a highly regarded international institution, and

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Should you go to the NBMBAA Conference?

Should you go to the NBMBAA Conference? While the National Black MBA Associate (NBMBAA) does offer a FAQs page, the answers provide little insight on whether you should actually attend the Career Fair that typically takes place the last week in September every year. So, here is some guidance. Who can attend the conference? While

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Mastering the Interview

<<Previous: Crafting Your Resume and Cover Letters With all the pre-work and preparation you’re doing throughout the semester to get ready for your dream job, the actual interview can seem like a final hurdle way off in the distance. While that’s somewhat true, the earlier you start preparing for your interviews, the better off you’ll

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Crafting Your Resume and Cover Letters

<<Previous: Networking 101 You had to put together a resume to apply to business school, so you have a head start on how to write an effective resume. But let’s break that down. What exactly makes a resume effective, and why is it necessary? It can feel a little antiquated in the age of LinkedIn

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