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Whether it’s a summer job or an internship, how does a high school student (or even a college student) with little to no work experience write a résumé? It can be done. Think of the student résumé as a chance to introduce yourself and your potential to employers.
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I often rely on my writing skills to get me by when my budget is tight. In fact, during one especially lean year, my husband and I decided to exchange letters rather than presents. Not only were the letters gifts we treasure, the process of taking a few moments really thinking about the other [...]Continue Reading →
The goal of the essay to is to make the admissions officer reading it think…
This is the kind of person we need at our college! I want to meet this person!
Enjoy the moment. Seriously. Your grades are pretty much done, the SAT taken. This is ONE aspect of the [...]Continue Reading →
The “You’re The Boss” blog on the New York Times website is one of my favorite sources of helpful, hands-on information, advice, and case studies for small businesses. In this post, a business that has built the cost of Google AdWords into its operating budget questions the cost and decides to experiment to see whether [...]Continue Reading →
I was delighted to read the piece below in the Wall Street Journal by writer Maile Meloy, author of The Apothecary. (Not only is she super-talented, but her brother is the lead singer/songwriter of the band The Decemberists—I want some of those genes.) Anyway, her points are so good about writing for children and explaining [...]Continue Reading →
There is a lot of discussion about the decline in reading among boys, and it’s become a personal issue for me because I [...]Continue Reading →
We all hate being bombarded with emails from businesses, but you CAN make your newsletters a resource for your customers and something that they will look forward to perusing rather than something they will immediately delete. When you’re thinking about what information to include in a newsletter, think about what kinds of newsletters you yourself [...]Continue Reading →
Whether you’re writing a letter to introduce yourself and your business or writing a blog post or information for your website, here are a few tips you can use to maximize the effect of your message. We are bombarded daily with information—how do you make sure YOUR message has a good chance to be heard?
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