Tag: Career Advice

Dan’s Career Corner: 3 Steps To Say Thank You!

I often am asked if it’s necessary to send a thank you after an interview. I usually respond with something like “Only if you want the job”. Sounds flippant I know, but it’s the truth. If you want to be...

/ May 13, 2015

Amp Up Your Interview Game! (Part 2)

Welcome back to part 2 of How To Amp Up Your Interview game! This time we will be discussing one example of a short business case. The business case can be done verbally, in writing, individually or in a group....

/ May 6, 2015

Amp Up Your Interview Case Game: Guesstimate Cases!

Great news – you got an interview. Congratulations! Although TRSM has prepared you and given you the foundation to be successful you must still get ready for the interview. A very specific type of interview that requires you to do...

/ March 29, 2015

Dan’s Career Corner: How to Write a Cover Letter

Cover letters, am I right? Who actually reads these things anyway? You already have a resume with all the information the recruiter is going to need so why waste more time.

/ March 18, 2015

Meet Your Career Consultant: Sneha Deokie!

As a 4th year student at Ted Rogers School of Management, I’m so close to completing my degree and moving on into the “real” world. With that being said, I’ve always been that full time student that juggled a few...

/ February 27, 2015

Give a S.T.A.R. Answer for a Star Interview

Behavioral based interviews are all the rage these days. If you have not yet heard the term, you will soon. The basic idea is that an interviewer will ask you a series of questions that will draw out answers that...

/ January 28, 2015

Dan’s Career Corner: No Experience = No Job = No Big Deal

Have you looked at job ads these days? It seems like every job out there is asking for experience. Even entry-level jobs are asking for three years’ experience. How are you supposed to compete when the only job you have...

/ November 3, 2014

Dan’s Career Corner: 2 Things Employers Really Want

I have been talking to recruiters and employers for the majority of my career. That is my whole job really. I call an employer and ask them what jobs they are hiring for and if they would like to interview...

/ November 3, 2014

Dan’s Career Corner: 6 Ways to Make Sure Your Resume Gets Thrown Out

Let’s be honest, the Internet is full of these “X ways to improve the job hunt”. How about a list of 6 sure-fire ways to get your resume thrown in the garbage.

/ October 27, 2014

Dan’s Career Corner: 5 things to do now for a job upon graduation

Welcome back to school. I hope you had a good summer. Time to get back into the swing of things and catch up with friends. If this is your last year here at TRSM, I want to let you in...

/ October 3, 2014