Graduation Is Approaching – Tips to Land a Job

Originally posted on AMA Baltimore‘s blog, Graduation Is Approaching – Tips to Land a Job Within the next few weeks, many college students who have spent the last four years (or in some cases, there are those who completed an “extra lap” or two) will enter the job market. During this time, the majority ofContinue reading “Graduation Is Approaching – Tips to Land a Job”

The Importance of Student Organizations

Over the past couple of years, I have formed a pretty strong opinion about the importance of student organizations. As a recent graduate from the College of Business and Economics at Towson University, my participation in various student organizations helped pave my current career path. Quite frankly, I never would have thought that I would have endedContinue reading “The Importance of Student Organizations”

Success Tips for Today’s College Students

After speaking with fellow graduates and business professionals, I realized that we share some common thoughts about today’s college students entering the workforce. With the unemployment rate reaching a high point of 10.1% in October 2009 during the recession, it is surprising that more students are not taking advantage of the opportunities in front of themContinue reading “Success Tips for Today’s College Students”

The Power of Networking

I often hear people say “it’s not what you know, rather it’s who you know.” As I recently landed my first job out of college through the power of networking I have taken this phrase to heart. The story that I’m about to tell is a textbook example of how networking can pave a successfulContinue reading “The Power of Networking”

The Associate: Week Five

After the judges determined that Mark Preston would be eliminated from Team R.O.S.E. following the presentation to R2integrated, the four candidates remaining had a short period of time before they reached the next stage of The Associate competition. While the entire competition has been an extremely time intensive process, it felt more so as interviewsContinue reading “The Associate: Week Five”