I often hear from students, friends, and colleagues of all ages that they have no idea what they want to do with their lives. This isn’t on occasion, rather, more often than not someone is in relative agony over what their purpose is in life. While I by no means have the perfect answer to […]

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NYC at all Stages Part 1: New Grads

Marissa Klein, ’99,  University of Richmond alum and Founder & EVP – Fashion & Media at Choice Associates, discusses the affordability of New York City in a guest blog post dedicated to new grads venturing to the big apple! 

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Avoid These Scary Resume Mistakes

It’s incredibly easy to miss the minuscule mistakes in your resume. Most hiring mangers spend approximately six seconds looking at your resume, which means the simplest things can put you at a disadvantage. Employers look to recruit employees who are meticulous, organized, and detail-oriented, so make sure your resume represents your best self by avoiding these common pitfalls.

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