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Have No Fear, Resume Tips Are Here!

Have No Fear, Resume Tips Are Here!

October 5th, 2017

  It is that time where many of us are either beginning to apply to graduate school, medical school, a job, etc.! Many of us may need to start working on our resumes whether it is for a job, an internship, applying to a school, etc. Now what is the function of a resume you […]


Tips for Enjoying your First Year at Loyola

Tips for Enjoying your First Year at Loyola

September 12th, 2017

Congratulations! You have survived your first three weeks of school and have hopefully become acquainted with your new home here at Loyola University Chicago! Yes, you have a homework, projects, and papers, but hopefully you are able to take time for yourself, some “Me-Time”. College is not just about the academics (which are very important), […]


Rambler Success: What to do Before Graduation

Rambler Success: What to do Before Graduation

January 31st, 2017

“What’s next?” is the question that many recent college graduates have on their minds. There are many routes that one can take after receiving their diploma. Some decide to enter the work force, and hopefully pay down that college debt. Others, go onto graduate school to grab a master’s degree. There are also those who […]


What Makes a Good Resume: 101

What Makes a Good Resume: 101

October 17th, 2016

  Many of us may need to start working on our resumes whether it is for a job, an internship, applying to a school, etc. Now what is the function of a resume you may ask? It is a concise summary of your education, work/volunteer/internship experiences and other qualifications relevant to your audience’s needs. Employers […]


To Job or Not To Job

To Job or Not To Job

September 18th, 2016

  Loyola can sometimes seem to have a reputation as being a posh private university, and while it’s true, we are a private university, not all of us have super “posh” backgrounds. Finances are a real issue that most Loyola students deal with everyday whether they talk about it or not. So when is the […]


Where to Work as a First-Year Student

Where to Work as a First-Year Student

March 19th, 2016

Ooh, a job. For some of you, it might be a scary, new prospect that just a reminder of the incoming doom of life after school. For others, it’s something you’ve known for years. Whether you’re looking to get a job to help pay for this expensive (but worth it) school or just so you […]


Career Week 2016: Resumes in Review

Career Week 2016: Resumes in Review

January 30th, 2016

Your ticket to the industry, a piece of paper listing your greatest accomplishments, or your rite of passage to adulthood.┬áNo matter what you call it, a resume is a vital part of entering “real life”. Something that, for me, is approaching more quickly than I’d like to admit. Considering the necessity of a good resume […]


My First Career Fair

February 6th, 2015

As a senior, approaching graduation (rather quickly!), the past couple of weeks have been full of many “firsts”. While this may be slightly surprising, since you’re probably thinking that by this time in college, I would have experienced it all… I can easily say that is simply not true. Over the past couple of weeks, […]


The Career Center!

January 30th, 2015

Hi there! Today I wanted to share with you a resource on campus that I’ve found so useful in the last couple of months and this is the Career Center! The Career Center is probably one of the most useful resources you could find on campus! This is the one stop destination to help you […]


September’s Business Career Fair

October 24th, 2013

Only a week ago during work did I realize that I never wrote a blog about the Business Career Fair that I attended back at the end of September. Even though it was almost a month ago, I still think it is important that I write about it to emphasize the importance of going to […]