How to Build Your Resume Experience

Most internships and jobs require some work experience before applying. But where does that come from? If you need experience to get experience, where do you begin?

It’s a perpetual problem and we have the solution.

Leverage your experiences. Your interests are more important than you think. They show that you are well-rounded and invested in what you’re passionate about: The two main reasons employers ask for prior experience anyway.

Love running? Winning the state championships in cross country may get you a broadcasting job at ESPN. Travel often? Your language skills could set you apart when applying to multinational companies. Following your interests creates a more comprehensive picture of who you are and what you can bring to the table.

Get social. If you are not a people person, learn how to fake it. Because shared interests and similar experiences could forge the bond that lands you that internship or job.

Brand ambassador jobs provide you with the experiences that you can use to impress recruiters and interviewers to take you to where you want to be.

We close the gap between school and the coveted internship. The coveted internship and the dream job.

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