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

6 Tips for Small Businesses to Write Better Intern Job Descriptions

Are you a recent grad who needs a job? Join us on July 25th at 6:00 pm EST and August 3rd at 2pm EST for Hashtag to Hired, a hands-on workshop that will help you build and improve your social presence. Nab your ticket for the first workshop here: findspark.com/event/hired-workshop-night

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

8 Ways to Spring Into Next Semester Now

Figuring out your plans for next semester can be nerve wracking, but thanks to FindSpark, your worrying stops here. Here are some tips and tricks to get a head start on finding career success in the spring semester.

My One Trick for Keeping it All Together During a Job Search

My foolproof method for keeping everything organized during a massive job search isn’t an app, it doesn’t cost you anything, and it’s something you’ll probably be using constantly once you get that entry-level job you’re looking for: an Excel spreadsheet.

6 Crucial Classes You Wish You Could Take in College

The answers to the biggest post-grad challenges often can't be found in any course catalog. These are the classes we wish our schools had offered!