Taking Positives from A Negative Internship

The summer is over, school has started up again, and you came back to campus with a new experience under your belt: an internship. Internships are an opportunity to learn in a field that interests you, make connections, and get some great experience. Many people rave about their internship experiences, but what should you do if you’ve had a negative experience during your internship?

There can be many reasons why someone may dislike their summer internship. It may not have been what they … Read more »

By Stephanie Berenson
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Freshmen Feature: Career Fairs – What To Do After

You’ve made it! Attending a career fair can be intimidating, especially if it’s your first time. Now, the hard part is over. You have spoken with company representatives, received information about their programs, and exchanged information. Now, it is time to follow-up to get the most out of your experience.

Send Thank You emails: Using the business cards and contact information you received from the company representative, send who you spoke with a thank you email or note in the … Read more »

By Stephanie Berenson
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iIntern Feature: Sean Ma

Sean Ma, Sport Management, 2015
Baseball Operations Intern
East Texas Pump Jacks

What did you do?
I interned in baseball operations for the East Texas Pump Jacks, a summer collegiate baseball team based out of Kilgore, Texas. Throughout the season we rotated responsibilities dividing between sound, concessions, merchandise, and ticketing. The idea behind it is that so we get a well-rounded experience on what it is like to work in a professional sport business.

How did you get the position?
I … Read more »

By Stephanie Berenson
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20,000 Resumes Later: Common Resume Mistakes and Quick Fixes

How many resumes does Google receive each week? Sometimes upwards of fifty thousand, according to Laszlo Block, Google’s SVP of People Operations. Block has personally looked over more than twenty thousand resumes, and recently posted on LinkedIn about the top five resume mistakes he sees and how to fix them:

Mistake #1: Typos
Easy Fix: If you read your resume backwards (from the bottom up), your brain will be able to isolate words more easily and catch those spelling and … Read more »

By Gabriel Sehringer
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Interested in Consulting? Attend IUCG’s 2nd Consulting 101 Workshop!

The Isenberg Undergraduate Consulting Group (IUCG) is excited to offer their second Consulting 101 workshop! Join IUCG to learn more about the consulting industry and gain hands-on experience to prepare you for your next interview.

Tonight, Monday, September 22
7:00pm
Isenberg 126
Pizza provided

In This Week’s Consulting 101 Workshop: Crackin’ the Case
Learn how to crack the case and ace your interview! Case interviews can be tricky to master, but not impossible when you have a method to approach … Read more »

By Stephanie Berenson
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THIS WEEK AT CHASE (September 22-26, 2014)

MONDAY
– Interview Ninja Training, 5:30pm, Room 112
TJX “Day in the Life of a Buyer,” 7pm, Room 106
– Campus Interviews: PwC

TUESDAY
Isenberg Career Day, 11-4, Campus Center Auditorium

WEDNESDAY
TTI Information Session, 6pm, Room 106
– Campus Interviews: Boston Partners; Newport Hotel
Group; Starwood Hotels & Resorts

THURSDAY
BDO Meet & Greet, 10-2, Atrium
Bose Finance Information Session, 5pm, Room 106
– Campus Interviews: KPMG; Hyatt Hotels

FRIDAY
– Campus Interviews: … Read more »

By Stephanie Berenson
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