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Category Archives: New Grad

Serious Career Questions for New Grads

Millions of college seniors graduate every year. As graduation approaches, there are some serious career questions new grads should be asking.  Answering these questions will help new grads hit the ground running. These 12 questions are some of the serious career questions that should … Read More…

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Second Round Job Interview Tips

You have done everything right and aced the first interview during on-campus interviews.  Now you are scheduled for the next step.  Use these second round job interview tips to succeed. 1. Know your interview schedule and the day’s timeline ahead of time. 2. If … Read More…

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Prep for Life After Graduation

College seniors should always be in graduation mode and have plans for next steps after college.  However, if you don’t you shouldn’t feel bad.  Most college students don’t really prep for life after college. 5 tips to prep for life after graduation 1. Do personal research: Learn … Read More…

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5 Books for New Grads

We spend most of our time at The HBCU Career Center, talking about jobs, careers and options.  However, we love to recommend resources like the new books for new grads listed here.  These are easy-to-read resources for HBCU college seniors and new grads. 1. What … Read More…

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