How to Follow Up with Employers in a Digital Age

If you're new to the area you're working in, or are a first time job searcher with only a few professional connections (re: recent college graduate), your main way of applying to jobs is online. However, most online applications don't list the names of hiring managers or give a direct

Business Card to Relationship: 3 Steps to Take After a Networking Event

Whether you're attending the Find & Follow Your Passion Conference at NYU on Saturday, April 18, 2015, or any networking event - follow these steps to develop career relationships that will help you land your next job.

Be the Closer: How to Start & End Conversations at Networking Events

Want to move to the next stage in your career and meet ambitious young pros like you? Join us for FindSpark Next, an immersive career development event, taking place on Saturday, November 12th, 2016 at The Wix Lounge. We’ll connect you digitally and in-person to an exclusive group of kick-ass

Learn From the Best: How to Succeed in Any Industry

We checked in with pros from various industries like hospitality, sports, advertising, PR, non-profits, entertainment and more to hear their best tips on how to get ahead and achieve career success.

Pursuing Your Passion Through Your Career: Reflections from NYU Graduate Students

Jessica and Rachel, two NYU School of Professional Studies students who attended last year’s Find and Follow Your Passion: A FindSpark Conference, share lessons learned as we gear up for this year’s conference at NYU.

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6 Steps for Finding a Mentor

Ah, the mentor. The one thing everyone tells you is so necessary for your career - and yet, no one can tell you how to get one. How are you supposed to get someone to agree to guide you through life? It can be done with these tips!

How to Research a Company Before an Interview

You’ve heard it before and you’ll hear it again: never go into a job interview without doing your research first. But what exactly is it that you need to know, and where should you look to find it? Here are my favorite tips for doing pre-interview research.
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