Your initial response to any situation probably isn’t the most logical one. It’s best to pause and reflect.
I’m quite a conference nerd. I attend every conference possible. As a result, I’ve learned a few things about what to do and what to avoid.
Writing a cover letter probably is the most difficult part of the internship or job application process. It’s difficult to write about yourself. Here are some tips to help you write a strong, professional cover letter every time.
A lot of professors have the same pet peeves. Understanding and avoiding these behaviors will help you succeed in your classes.
Social media jobs will continue increasing as people spend more time and resources online. But being in a certain age group or having personal social media accounts doesn’t qualify you for the job. Here are traits you must possess to be successful in the social media industry.
I’ll be in New Orleans later this week for the Associated Collegiate Press and College Media Association’s National College Media Convention. Here are my tips for getting the most out of the conference. I hope to see you there!
Being an educator means we want to help young people, but sometimes we are unprepared for the types of non-pedagogical challenges presented. I invite you to join me on Twitter or a special #profchat at 7 p.m. CST tonight where we will discuss Helping Students Cope with Trauma.