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Here's the best way to approach someone you've worked with, whether that be a professor, old boss, current supervisor, or career counselor—and ask to use them as reference for years to come.

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!

Your Network is Your Net Worth: Mentors & Connections IRL & Online

If, like me, you get hives from the word “networking,” then you know how difficult it can be to reach out to professionals in your field, whether you're inquiring about a job or internship, or just trying to get on their radar. Networking pros shared their tips at the Find

Find, Land, & Keep the Job: Career Tips from Greg Giangrande of Time Inc.

The career columnist, Executive Vice President, and Chief Human Resources Officer at Time Inc. opened the Find & Follow Your Passion Conference with honest advice about finding the job, getting hired and how to act once you're in.

4 Tips for Finding the Perfect Mentor

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8 Ways to be the Worst Mentee Ever

According to every single human who has ever helped someone in need of career development, it is imperative that when working with a mentor who has offered to give you a needed boost, you be as big a jerk as possible.
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