Category self-help

Hello, My Name is Awkward: Navigating Networking

By Maria Pianelli I’m going to be straight with you. The only thing that gives me more anxiety than networking events is ordering lunch for my coworkers. Give me a PR plan to write, tell me I need to staff a few interviews, drown me in hours worth of writing, fine. I can do all […]

Fighting That Job Fatigue

By Rachel Wong It happened without warning. I woke up one day and stared at my ceiling for a few minutes, not wanting to move. How did it happen? It just seemed like yesterday that I would jump out of bed, excited for what a new day at work would bring.  Without realizing it, I […]

I’m Not The Intern! Owning a Leadership Position

By Jessi Putnam Alright, since it’s just you and me, I’m going to be honest with you. As I was getting ready to graduate from college with my art degree in graphic design, I started panicking. It may have been due to the fact that student loans seem to subliminally convince you that if you don’t get a job straight […]

Taking Care Of You: Addressing Mental Health, Post-College

By Jessica Perry Imagine you’re younger than 14 and something strange is going on in your head. You don’t know if anyone else experiences it too. Chances are you won’t seek help for another decade, according to research from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). Mental health issues develop early: about half of all […]