Good digital communication habits are essential in the workplace. Any company employee should have the ability to maintain multiple platforms of communication, such as email, instant messaging, and web applications. … Continue readingDigital Communication in the Professional World
On November 9 in the Class of ‘41 Studio, Dr. Susannah Ashton, the Chair of the English Department and professor of American Literature, led a presentation on how to improve your chances of receiving archival research fellowship grants. The audience included members of the Clemson faculty who are currently working on their own archival research projects and are aiming to learn about different opportunities to increase their probabilities of receiving a grant. … Continue readingHow to Succeed with Short-Termed Library and Archival Fellowship Grants
So you’ve done it. You were hired as an intern for your dream company … or at least something adjacent to it. You spent weeks crafting your resume, re-working your cover letter, and completing copious amounts of interviews.
But even though you’re excited to get started, a huge question still looms:
You might answer with: “work hard, get remembered, and have them wanting to hire me after graduation.” That’s a great answer, but how exactly does one do this? Although we don’t have the perfect recipe to having your managers going gaga over you, we have compiled a few easy tips you should be following! … Continue readingGetting the Most Out of Your Internship
Typically, when I inform people I am a communication major, I am either faced with comments of confusion or common thoughts that this is one of the “easy majors.” Although communication can be confusing, and has “easy” aspects, like any major, here is a look as to what life as a communication major is really like: … Continue readingWhat It’s Really Like to be a Communication Major