Develop skills, make connections, and experience the legislative process firsthand By Janea Byrne, Internship Coordinator Have you ever thought about a career in public service? Are you interested in learning more about the legislative process and working alongside professionals to support the creation of public policy? Then the Arizona State Legislative Internship Program is for … Continue reading Front Row Seat to Arizona Lawmaking: Become a Legislative Intern
Asking for a letter of recommendation can be slightly intimidating. Maybe that person is always busy and you don’t want to add more onto their plate or you haven’t asked for a letter before and have no idea where to start. The good news is asking for a letter of recommendation can be very simple … Continue reading How to Get the Best Letter of Recommendation
Have you ever heard of the phrase “It’s not about what you know, it’s about who you know”? Sometimes this phrase applies to the job search. 75 to 95 percent of jobs are never advertised, instead candidates are plucked from the insider network. Another applicant may be more likely to get the same job you … Continue reading Networking: Do you know who I think I am?
The updated Wall Aquatic Center is in one of the newest buildings on campus, the Tennis and Aquatics Center. It opened to students on February 20th, 2016 and has hosted many exciting events since! Campus Recreation employs about 64 students each year to teach various classes and sessions at the aquatic center. Students teach campus … Continue reading NAU Aquatic Center
NAU is a beautiful campus surrounded by dozens of hiking trails and camp grounds. One of the great features that NAU has to offer its students is the NAU Outdoors program. The program offers a variety of ways that you can experience the outdoors! For instance, the Wilderness Welcome Trips are 1-3 credit courses that … Continue reading The Hidden Beauty of NAU Outdoors
Last week my coworkers and I had the pleasure of attending a dessert tasting event called A Sweet Ending in the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management. The tasting was for a class called Fundamentals of Cooking (HA243). The students are instructed by Chef Lecturer, Mark Molinaro teaches his students how to plan, organize, and … Continue reading A Taste of Sweet Endings
Spring break is fast approaching and after that, summer will be right around the corner! So why not begin looking for summer internships now? Do it before summer actually creeps up on you and you are left without an internship or a job. Employers begin filling summer internship positions in the spring by opening up … Continue reading How to Land a Summer Internship!
Looking like a million bucks doesn’t have to cost as much. Use these five strategies to build a professional wardrobe on a budget! Hunt for Bargains. You can find amazing online deals on high-quality attire at 6pm.com, Overstock.com, and Amazon.com (search by % off in the left navigation tab). Often, last season’s clothing (which looks … Continue reading Professional Dress for Less!
Su primer año en la universidad puede ser emocionante pero un poco intimidante, especialmente si no conoces a una sola alma y si sientes como si todo el mundo a tu alrededor ya se conocen. ¡Todos hemos pasado por eso, y este es nuestro consejo...Participa! En la Universidad es cuando llega el momento de conocer una … Continue reading ¿Qué vas a hacer con tu tiempo en la universidad?
College can be intimidating as an incoming first year student. Campus is probably much larger than your high school was, and you may not have all the same friends as you did there. The First Year Seminar (FYS) and Action Learning Team (ALT) programs are a great way to step out of your comfort zone … Continue reading First Year Seminar and Action Learning Team Programs