Position yourself for a post-graduation job that plays to your strengths, interests, and values. Get tips for finding a job, standing out from the crowd, and acing your interview.
You've worked hard to earn your college degree, and now it's time to put those years of learning to good use with your first full-time job. This course helps you position yourself for a post-graduation job that plays to your strengths, interests, and values. Follow along with Elise Gelwicks as she explains how to identify your professional goals, tap into your network, and find job opportunities. Not sure where you want to go next? Elise offers advice on finding your passion and connecting it to a career path. Once you've identified the perfect position, learn how to win over those hiring managers by creating an effective resume, lining up your references, cultivating the right attitude, and acing your interview. With these short tips, you can learn the real-world skills you need to transition from college into the job you've always dreamed of.
Find a job postgraduation in a struggling economy
1. Identify the Right Job
Prioritize your professional goals
Determine the right company and role
Tap into your network
Find job opportunities
2. Win Them Over
Leverage your experiences
Create a resume and cover letter
Line up your job references
Exude enthusiasm and initiative in your job search