How to thank those in your network

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Not sure how to say thank you to the people that have helped you in your career?  Here are a few ways that you can give thanks to those that have helped you in your network this holiday season! Also, check out Colleen Murphy’s blog post, “Give thanks to your Network,” for additional tips!

By Megan Nadeau
Megan Nadeau Senior CareerEdge Colleague Megan Nadeau
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Do you want to stand out in your interviews?! Watch this week’s episode of Ask Alyssa to find out how!

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It’s not enough to just “do well” in an interview, you have to stand out! In this week’s episode of Ask Alyssa, Alyssa tackles sophomore Joanna’s question and tells YOU how you can stand out in your next interview! Make sure to click the link to watch!

 

By Lauren Nicol
Lauren Nicol Senior CareerEdge Colleague Lauren Nicol
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Are You Keeping Up with Your Professional Network?! Watch This Week’s Episode of Ask Alyssa to Find Out How!

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We all know professional networking is important. But do you know how to manage and maintain your professional network successfully? In this week’s episode of Ask Alyssa, Alyssa gives you all of the information you need to succeed!

 

By Lauren Nicol
Lauren Nicol Senior CareerEdge Colleague Lauren Nicol
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Don’t Miss the Last Ask Alyssa Episode Before Break!!!

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Do you have a professional network and are you using it effectively? Senior Riley Hynes asks Alyssa how to successfully manage and maintain a professional network in Monday’s episode! You don’t want to miss it!

By Lauren Nicol
Lauren Nicol Senior CareerEdge Colleague Lauren Nicol
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Decisions, decisions #CareerToolThursday

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Are the interview requests starting to roll in? Maybe even have an offer on the table? The next step is to start thinking about which position and company will fit you best and is feasible to accept. This includes the logistics of it all, from how much you would like to get paid, transportation to work, and where you’re going to live. Here’s some advice for how to start evaluating positions based on all of their features.

 

 

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By Rachel Linehan
Rachel Linehan CareerEdge Colleague Rachel Linehan
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