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Asked by Younse on January 11, 2020

I transferred from a liberal arts college to a big university (that is much more highly ranked). I pointed it out on my resume but I wasn't sure if it would be ideal to bring it up during my phone interview. For example, when they ask me about the biggest challenge I faced in college, I was thinking about talking about the challenges I faced transferring from a small to big school.

Textron have responded.

Hi there, this is a great question!  Pointing out the change on your resume is a good start, it will show that you have changed and updated your education.  As for mentioning it on a phone interview,…

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Asked by Giovanni on January 15, 2020

I am a senior Finance student-athlete and I have sent more than 120 applications for a 2020 summer internship. I almost never got a reply. My resume is strong, I have already had 3 internships and I speak 3 languages. What am I doing wrong? Is my resume not as good as I think it is? Am I missing the "right" approach? Are online applications useless if you do not know anybody in the firm?

Textron have responded.

Hi there! This is a great question.  Applying for jobs can be very stressful and frustrating when you do not hear back.  Sometimes companies are flooded with applications and that can affect the ability…

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Asked by Rachel on December 18, 2019

Do you have any tips for transitioning to working full time after being in school?

Cardinal Health have responded.

Your first full-time, professional job will certainly be an adjustment from college life but also very exciting! Adjusting your focus will help you successfully make that transition. In college, you have a…

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Asked by Erik on December 21, 2019

What email address should I use to apply to a job? 

Cardinal Health have responded.

Applying with a school or personal email is acceptable. Just keep in mind that whatever email address you choose, it should be professional and should be accessed and checked frequently. 

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Asked by Autumn on December 18, 2019

I'm trying to get my foot back into the door by doing part-time work (I have developed my skills over 3 years from personal work and volunteer work in the field I would like to work in), a lot of jobs are asking for full-time for the field I want to work in. Is there somehow a way to ask part-time since I'm working on my major and am a full-time student right now?

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