Archives for October, 2015

Oct
30

Advanced Cover Letter Tips

Earlier this year, we shared with you some basic advice on how to write a successful cover letter. We covered the basic set-up, who the letter should be addressed to, and how to correctly format your letter. In today’s blog, we will share more advanced cover letter techniques that will truly help you stand out from the […]

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Oct
23

Digital Media: Where Creativity and Technology Meet

Graphic designers and desktop publishers are creative individuals who thrive on using their artistic talents every day. They might create branding, advertisements, or printed materials. Many graphic designers work with a large amount of independence, but they also need to be able to communicate well with their coworkers, such as other graphic designers, artistic directors, […]

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Oct
16

Turning Challenges Into Motivation

When Lucy Santos was five years old, her father walked out of the house, promising he’d return. When after two years he still had not returned, the Santos family was forced to face the fact that he was not planning on coming back.  Growing up, her father’s abandonment weighed heavily on Lucy, and she grew […]

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Oct
09

Writing Tips – Part Two: Common Grammar Mistakes

Even the smallest writing mistakes can have a large impact on how a potential or current employer views you. Many recruiters receive so many resumes that they simply toss out the ones with spelling and grammatical errors. On the other hand, a cover letter that is well written will help you stand out from the […]

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Oct
02

Writing Tips – Part One: Commonly Misspelled Words

Knowing how to write well is an essential part of obtaining and keeping your job. No matter what career you choose, having an exceptional grasp on the English language will show your employer that you are a good communicator. For the next few weeks, we will share with you some of our favorite tips to […]

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