Diversity recruiting has been the subject of several posts over the last few weeks. Although there are existing WSO posts that try to aggregate opportunity for diverse candidates, this one aims to be an exhaustive list that includes all the introductory programs and formal internship pipelines offered by firms on the street so candidate are aware of these opportunities.
This article covers how AI may affect your internship and job search, and how you may be able to influence this by managing your electronic footprint and social media presence.
Title: Wanted: The ‘perfect babysitter.’ Must pass AI scan for respect and attitude
Alumni Spotlight: Joy Fan, Media Relations & Marketing Associate at the American Enterprise Institute
For someone new to the job market, it can be difficult to determine what to include on both the résumé and cover letter. You may feel that you have no experience to include, and your work experience could be non-existent or very limited.
No matter your field, there's plenty of selling in the job search, with prospective employers as buyers for the products, which are the applicants themselves. As a result, sales skills matter, and they get a lot of attention. But they're mostly thought of as the skills you need to bring to the interview, a place where your performance is akin to a sales pitch. That perspective is far too limited, however, because knowing how to sell is critical to many other parts of the search. Nowhere is that more true than in the way you handle your resume.
Consider this article as a source for employment!!! At least 4 potential employers are cited.
Alumni Spotlight: Emily Steinhilber, Research Associate Professor at Old Dominion University
A common complaint job seekers make is, “I don’t have a network!” It’s very frustrating to realize job search networking is the best way to land an opportunity but to believe that avenue isn’t open to you. Luckily, you do have a network! Learn more!
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