CampusChat Recap: Tips for Savvy Interns
Mar12

CampusChat Recap: Tips for Savvy Interns

Mark Babbitt rocked #CampusChat last night with 9+ fabulous tips for college students seeking internships. Click to read the full transcript.

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Declare a Major or Apply Undecided?

— Should you declare a major when applying to college? What if you don’t know what you want to major in? You’ll definitely want to take time to visit campus and explore as many options as possible.

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Top 3 Life-Changing Choices for College Students
May19

Top 3 Life-Changing Choices for College Students

– As high school graduates set their sites on starting college in the fall, they may want to consider internships and studying abroad as ways they can get ahead even when they are just getting started.

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Takeaway Tweets & Transcript from #CampusChat: “Internships & You” with YouTern Founder/CEO, Mark Babbitt

The following takeways tweets are from #CampusChat, June 29, 2011, with guest Mark Babbit, founder and CEO of YouTern, an intern/employer matching service.  The complete transcript is included in this collection curated using Keepstream.  A BIG THANKS to Mark and everyone who contributed to #CampusChat. This transcript is packed with terrific tips for the college-bound to the college student. Enjoy!...

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CampusChat Guest Mark Babbitt Responds to U.S. News: “10 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Internship”
Jun28

CampusChat Guest Mark Babbitt Responds to U.S. News: “10 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Internship”

Originally published on April 5, 2011 by Mark Babbitt, CEO of YouTern U.S. News: “10 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Internship” USNews.com recently posted a good slideshow titled, “10 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Internship.” In the article, the ten tips described are: Know what to expect Gain trust early on Pay attention to the office culture Focus Take your work seriously Ask for feedback Learn from your co-workers Dress Ask...

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Takeaway Tweets & Transcript from #CampusChat with Carol Christen on Teens, College & Jobs
Nov04

Takeaway Tweets & Transcript from #CampusChat with Carol Christen on Teens, College & Jobs

What reasonable, hard-working adult would invest $60-$160,000 in the future of an 18 year-old when there is no clear plan for a Return-On-Investment (ROI)? What parent is looking forward to seeing their child graduate from college only to move back home? College admissions applications ask "What is your major?" not "What is your career goal?" Has the vale of a university degree diminished?  These are just a...

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