Job Seekers: Don’t to Make These Follow Up Mistakes

There's tons of ways to follow up, but are you doing it the right way? Here's how one young pro took it to far, and how to avoid following in their bad follow-up footsteps.

What to Do Before Your Internship Ends

As the summer slowly comes to a close, interns around the city and beyond are getting ready to say their goodbyes and head back to school. Although the work may be wrapping up, here are some tips every intern should follow before their last day to ensure that they make

5 Quotes from Shakeshack CEO Danny Meyer to Inspire Your Professional Journey

 
Danny Meyer, CEO of Union Square Hospitality Group, which owns and manages many of the beautiful, iconic restaurants that stud the New York, New York skyline: Shake Shack, Union Square Cafe, Gramercy Tavern, Blue Smoke, Jazz Standard, and The Modern among them, serves as an inspiration to business owners and employees

What to Do When You Really Want the Job

What are you doing to take the extra step when you really want something?
 
When I was a senior in college my dream internship was with Time Out New York in the marketing and events department.

I spent hours on my application materials. Hours.
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5 Unexpected Things to Check Before Sending That Cover Letter

 
You always run a spelling and grammar check twice on your cover letters before sending them off. You would never (and we mean never) use a template cover letter. Those are the basics, but we’d like to let you in on some unexpected things to check before sending off that

How to Prepare for Your Summer Internship in NYC

After all the searching, cover letters, customized resumes, interviews, and follow-up notes, the email you've been waiting for has finally arrived: you got the internship! But how do you get ready for summer in a new city?