Tag Archives: Resume

Social Media Awareness: Staying Private, Landing The Job

Social Media is arguably the most and and will be always be the most relevant space invented. It can be used for an abundant amount of situations ranging from personal accounts to advertising to entertainment to even connecting with businesses. There is pretty much no setting where social media isn’t being used. There are a […]

To Study Abroad Or Volunteer Abroad

For many college students hoping to leave the country at least once before graduation, the initial decision is between a study abroad program and an international volunteer trip. As someone who’s been on both, I’m going to hopefully help clear up some confusion and get you on a plane out of the country sooner. Here […]

Make the Most of Your Breakroom Relationships

For college students, summer internships are hard to come by…who am I kidding? Any internship is hard to come by, especially one that relates to whatever career you aspire to have in the future. After countless the hours of searching, interviewing, and crying over your dream internship, becoming a house spouse to a rich doctor becomes […]

What They Don’t Tell You About Being a DC Intern

Robert De Niro did it. Elle Woods did it, even Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn did it. They all  landed a sweet internship. Now, I am by no means an expert on internships, but I do have experience with one particular creature of internship–the DC summer internship–and I’m here to tell you what they don’t […]

Make Volunteering Work for You While You Work on College

Volunteering. For some, warm memories of stacking ten thousand can goods come to mind. For others, the dread of not putting in enough mandatory service hours in order to graduate is dredged up. But for all of us in college, the word volunteering reminds us that we have a hectic, vulnerable schedule. Between studying, working, […]

5 Resume Tips for the Professional-To-Be

With graduation always waiting to pop the college bubble, we have to start thinking about applying for jobs, internships, grad school, and other future endeavors. A resume is a tricky monster that takes careful planning and writing. It doesn’t have to be all bad! We at The Brief have come up with resume tips that […]

Building A Winning Work Portfolio

Fan of the spotlight? Well, you’re in luck because we’re about to delve into the ultimate show-off document. This little attention-getter puts your resume and cover letter to shame. It makes your list of references run scared. This versatile wonder is a work portfolio. Work portfolios showcase what can’t be found anywhere else in your application […]

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 […]

Brand Ambassador: The Job That’ll Make Your Resume Look Amazing

Brand Ambassador. We’re guessing you’ve heard this term loosely thrown around your college campus, right? But you’ve probably wondered: What *is* a brand ambassador? They are the extension of a specific brand on campus. Here at Go Commando App, we have partnered with eBay and Nike, among others, to provide a brand ambassadorship program just […]