How to Write a Cover Letter Like Hemingway

The first episode of the Ken Burns and Lynn Novick documentary Hemingway reveals where Ernest Hemingway's famous writing style originated. Before the Nobel Prize-Winner wrote short stories and novels, he worked as a Kansas City Star reporter. The Star introduced …

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Land the Job: Be Ready for These 15 Potential Final Interview Questions

Congratulations! You’ve made it to the final round of the interviewing process. This is a huge step forward. While it doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ve got the job in the bag already, it does mean that the company is very …

By Ivy Exec
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5 Things the Best Negotiators Know

Negotiation is hard. You start from an adversarial position and need to find a way for everyone to feel positive in the end. In this article, Molly Fletcher, an agent who spent nearly two decades representing top sports figures, including Major …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor
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8 Body Language Tips for Your Next Job Interview (Because It’s Just as Important as What You Say)

There are several steps to nail when it comes to landing your dream job, like polishing your resume and perfecting your cover letter. Once you make it to the interview stage, give yourself a brief pat on the back, but …

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The 4 Kinds of Experience You Need on Your Resume

Job postings by social-impact employers often come with a big list of must-have skills. After all, these employers are looking for people who can solve some pretty tough challenges.

But other than soft skills, what kind of experience and technical …

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Initiating Change From Within: How Unilever Is Advancing A Culture Of Inclusion And Belonging

When you’re looking for a company that aligns with your values and career goals, there’s a lot to consider. Now more than ever recent grads are looking for companies where diversity, equity, and inclusion are a part of the company …

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What to Do When You’re Overqualified for a Job

It is easy to believe that being overqualified for a job is a good thing. After all, is there anything better than feeling self-assured?

Imagine this scenario: your attention is drawn to a job opening, but the experience required is …

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Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality

As Pride month comes to a close and we release our latest Law Diversity Rankings, we thought it would be great time to take a look at the progress that's been made in LGBT equality in the workplace. Below is …

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