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Network, Network, Network!

Blogger: Angie Wong Networking is key. When I started college, I convinced myself I didn’t have to make new friends or talk to anyone else because I already knew so many people here. However, my group of friends was always … Continue reading

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How to make yourself “marketable”

I have often heard that you have to be marketable when you are looking for jobs, or, in other words, sell yourself. But what exactly is making yourself marketable, especially in accounting? If you are one of those people, like … Continue reading

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5…6…7…8… How Dance Made Me a Better Accountant

When I think of my childhood, I think of the previous 10+ years of my life I spent in a dance studio. As a dancer, I was trained in competitive dance and spent 15-20 hours of my week in classes … Continue reading

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Leveraging Your College’s Networking Resources

For this post, I’m going to follow up on Randy’s in more detail, as he discussed the importance of your college’s resources and early hands-on experience. Since networking is about expanding your professional relationships, it really is a useful tool … Continue reading

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Tax or Audit?

Tax or audit? That is one of the most asked questions when you are interviewing with potential employers and networking accounting professionals in general. It’s a tough question to answer because most of the time, when you’re recruiting for accounting … Continue reading

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Interested in Accounting? Give it a try!

My biggest piece of advice for anyone interested in accounting, or any other career for that matter, is to get hands-on experience. It may seem daunting at first to “knock on the door” asking for a summer job or internship; … Continue reading

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Summer Lovin’

A new school year can be daunting – new classes, new schedules, new routines. I’m sure you’re muttering under your breath: take me back to summer! Well, I’ve got good news: it’s time to start thinking about next summer. No, … Continue reading

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