By Emily Nahem | Career Counseling Intern | Golden Gate University Last month, we had an amazing group of recruiters visit GGU to share job search tips and strategies. With shifts in technology and the increased autonomy of job-seekers, it’s important to know the current trends. We’re excited to reveal their top secrets for the job search process: Best Ways to Network Attend social events … Continue reading INSIDE SECRETS OF GETTING HIRED: AN EVENT RECAP
How to Scare a Recruiter in 10 days By Kandis Rodgers | Office of Career Planning In the spirit of ghouls and things that go bump in the night (and the movie How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days), here are 10 sure-fire ways to send a recruiter running for the nearest exit. Day 1: Ask for a job during a networking event Remember … Continue reading TALES FROM THE CAREER CRYPT
By Joana Scharinger | Office of Career Planning Online Networking: Tips on LinkedIn Safety LinkedIn is a great tool to develop your professional network, but just like any other social media it can include scams and unsafe connections. Here are things you can do to stay safe on LinkedIn and some red flags to be aware of. How to stay safe on LinkedIn: Be aware … Continue reading HOW TO SAFELY NETWORK ONLINE
5 Tips for Networking on Campus As you approach your first classes of the term, get ready to use the many networking opportunities GGU has to offer! Get out of your comfortable zone and do not hesitate to make the first move. The best way to practice that is by incorporating networking into your daily routine! Check out these simple tips: Get to know your classmates … Continue reading READY TO GET OUT OF THE BUBBLE?
What’s the Worst that Can Happen? By Neepa Parikh, Director, Office of Career Planning When I meet with students who are curious about a particular profession, field, or company, I often ask if they have had the chance to talk to someone currently working in one of those areas. The response is usually, “I don’t know anyone who works at XYZ company.” This is usually … Continue reading YES, YOU CAN TALK TO STRANGERS
Staying Connected After Graduation By Joana Scharinger, Assistant Director, Office of Career planning There are many benefits of staying connected to GGU after graduation. You can continue to build a strong network, attend events, develop new skills, and make new friends. Graduation isn’t goodbye! In fact, the connection to your school can last a lifetime. Wondering how to stay connected? Here are some ideas: 1. … Continue reading OH, THE PLACES YOU’LL GO…