9 Blog Posts to Help Prepare you for a Career Expo

The Rasmussen College Career and Networking Expo is just around the corner, which means it’s the perfect time to read up on interviewing and networking tips, what to wear and not to wear, and advice for perfecting your resume.

We have included nine blog posts that will help prepare you for before, during and after a career expo:

1. Why You Need More than a Resume at a Career Expo

Do you usually attend a career fair with just your resume? If so, this article explains how to best prepare for a career fair, and why you should bring more than a resume.

2. Career Expo: Do’s and Don’ts of Job Interviewing

Whether you’re in the beginning or middle of your job search, it is important to brush up on the do’s and don’ts of job interviewing. This article provides you with interviewing tips from an expert.

3. Tools to Make Your Job Search Successful

Being out of work or transitioning to find new work can be stressful and frustrating, but it doesn’t have to be. This webinar teaches you to how to impress potential employers, as well as provides tips on networking.

4. Dress for Success: What Exactly Does that Mean?

Have you heard the term, ‘dress for success’ but are unsure what it means? This blog post explains what’s appropriate to wear during an interview, including everything from clothes to hair and makeup.

5. Keywords: The Key to Getting the Interview

Have you ever applied for a job you thought you’d be perfect for, only to never get called for an interview? Unfortunately, this happens a lot, but you can prevent this from happening if you follow these key steps to getting the interview

6. I Have Landed an Interview: Now What?

You have the job interview and now you’re wondering how to best prepare yourself for the big day. This infographic gives you nine tips to gain an edge over others who may be vying for the same position.

7. Mastering the Art of a Career Fair [Infographic]

Check out this infographic for a wide variety of handy career fair info. From advice on apparel to preparation tips to networking tricks, you'll feel more confident after reviewing this resource!

8. New Year, New You: The Modern-Day Guide to Perfecting Your Resume

Do you have a resume compiled, but are in need of additional resume tips to help rejuvenate your job search? Read this blog post to perfect your resume.

9. Common Interview Questions and Answers

It is a good idea to practice for an upcoming interview by anticipating interview questions and preparing a detailed answer. This article includes many potential interview questions and how to best reply to them. 

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Jennifer is a Content Marketing Specialist at Collegis Education who researches and writes articles on behalf of Rasmussen College. She is passionate about learning and higher education and enjoys writing engaging content to help current and future students on their path to a rewarding education.

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