Both companies and students like pro-bono work, you get experience, they get cheap design. Sounds great for now, but what happens when you want a real job? Too skeptical? Check out this new entry and see if it’s too good to be true.
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According to the Harvard Business Review, one page resumes won’t cut it anymore. Neither will the general one you use for all your applications. Like a tailored portfolio, you should be editing and altering your resume to show how you fit in a specific job.
Read this article for more tips and make an appointment with Maureen Mulhern at the Office of Career Development. They also hold resume writing workshops on Tuesdays at noon and Fridays at 1:30 (upstairs in Romano)
Designers & Books Fair 2015™ is a must for anyone who is interested in design and loves books. The Fair focuses on all aspects of design — architecture, experience design, fashion, graphic design, interior design, landscape architecture, product and industrial design, and urban design — and will feature: Books on sale from more than 70 […]
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