On March 7th, I was informed that I had been given a chance to attend an all-expense paid trip to the SXSW conference. When my academic advisor told me about this opportunity, I was instantly curious. I’d like to think of myself as a well-versed college student. I’m usually theRead More →

It’s Spring time. Spring is a time of beaches, spring cleaning but most importantly Spring Reading. The months of March, April and May are the perfect months to slow down, reevaluate and catch up on some books. The benefits of reading are endless. Studies have shown that reading can reduceRead More →

Recruiters and hiring managers receive hundreds of resumes for entry-level roles. When they are looking to fill a role or position they don’t have the time to look over each resume thoroughly. I read online that the average hiring manager reviews a resume for an average of six seconds whenRead More →