Which colleges are best for veterans? Those offering training, support

By Connie Mabin

When Madelyn Coppick separated from the Navy in 2020, she had two tours under her belt, including one in Bahrain. The operations specialist loved the routine in the military and excelled in her career serving on a …

By Michelle Winnie
Michelle Winnie Regional Director
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Career Options for Aspiring and Experienced Chefs

The culinary field offers a wide array of positions for aspiring and experienced chefs. While a quality education in a culinary institute can substitute for some levels of experience, generally beginning chefs work their way up through the ranks, gaining …

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8 strategies for students and recent grads to stand out when applying to jobs

In a highly competitive job market, standing out is crucial. We asked eight professionals, including a Chief Human Resources Officer and a Head of Growth, to share their unique strategies. From harnessing the power of cover letters to telling a …

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How to Find Internships That’ll Jumpstart Your Career

Finding an internship can be a complicated process. How do you know what kind of internship you want? Where do you even see the options? If you’re struggling to find an internship, you’re not alone. Here’s your go-to guide for …

By Forage
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How to Deal with a Job Offer While You’re Still Interviewing

If you’ve been particularly industrious when it comes to your job search you might be feeling overwhelmed with emails, phone calls, and interviews, but what happens when you receive a job offer while you’ve got a bunch of other post-interview …

By Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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Is Your Brand Standing in the Way of a Promotion?

Many of us only focus on personal branding when preparing job application materials or developing our social media profiles. But really, your personal brand matters all the time, even when you’re already employed. 

How is personal branding defined? 

“Essentially, it is how …

By Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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How to Give a Great Elevator Pitch (With Examples)

Though people are complex and so much more than just their jobs, in a new social situation you’re often asked, “So, what do you do?” or “What are you majoring in?” While you probably have a stock answer ready to …

By Forage
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7 Essential Tips on How to Format a Cover Letter

7 Essential Tips on How to Format a Cover Letter

When you come to writing one of the most important letters in your life, you may need a few ground rules to help you to get started with the format …

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Use professional field-tested resume templates that follow the exact "resume rules" employers look for. Easy to use and done within minutes!
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ECPI Culinary Students Produce 1,000+ Meals for Richmond Community Food Bank

Richmond culinary students are giving back, thanks to a unique partnership with local nonprofit Feed More, a food bank serving the greater Richmond community.

CIV Program Director Chef Charles Delargy and Campus President Jacob Pope arranged for the culinary students …

By Michelle Winnie
Michelle Winnie Regional Director
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ECPI Alum Paul Thrasher: From Car Salesman to Network Engineer

Alumni Spotlight: Paul Thrasher

Paul Thrasher was working as a car salesman when he decided to follow his passion into Information Technology. He already had bachelor’s degree in criminology from a traditional university, but since his degree wasn’t in something he …

By Michelle Winnie
Michelle Winnie Regional Director
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