Workplace Etiquette

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What are the keys to being part of a successful work environment? The video below explains three workplace etiquette rules you should follow!

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Born and raised in Southern California, Neil is currently a Senior at Indiana University studying …

By Neil Patel
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The Art of Reflection: The Stand Out Scholarship Essay

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It’s about what you learned, not what you did.

You may have a rap sheet of accomplishments, activities, jobs, and hard skills, but that is not the purpose of an essay. If the foundation or organization providing the scholarship wants …

By Mackenzie Jones
Mackenzie Jones Student Ambassador: Peer Mentor Mackenzie Jones
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Make Magic for a Semester: The Disney College Program

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As Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation focus month draws to a close, I want to take the chance to speak about a popular opportunity in this field. Applications are now live for the Fall 2018 Disney College Program. If you’ve ever …

By Shay Harmon
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Find your next step at the Tourism, Hospitality, and Recreation Career Fair

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Are you looking for employment in the Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation industry? Good thing there is a Career Focus Fair on Wednesday, January 24th from 11am-2pm in the IMU Alumni Hall. Because this is a big event and there are …

By Alyssa Steinman
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The Adventures of a Recreation Major

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Happy Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation month! There are so many students that comprise this career community, like my friend Ellie, who have had many positive experiences related to their career! I asked her some questions regarding an internship she had …

By Megan Lisch
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6 Tips and Tricks to Create a Resume that Gets the Job Done

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By now, we all know college is a time where we can all start putting our lives together because we are expected to be grownups. Kind of. Anyway, a big part of  “adulting” is having a resume that can lend …

By Nik Roseau
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The Intersection of Hospitality, Tourism, Recreation, and Public Health

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Welcome back to all students, faculty, and staff!  It is hard to believe that winter break is over and it is already 2018.  That means it’s time to jump into the first career community month of the year with a …

By Derek Herrmann
Derek Herrmann Graduate Student, Visiting Research Associate
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MY WORD OF THE YEAR FOR 2018: PROGRESS

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Happy 2018 and welcome to my annual ritual of choosing a word of the year for the upcoming 12 months.

Picking a “word of the year” continues to be an alternate path for those of us who don’t want to …

By Lindsay Pollak
Lindsay Pollak Author/Keynote Speaker
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The Myth of New Year Resolutions: Start this semester out right

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What New Year Resolution did you make this year? Was it big and glamorous? Will you be running a marathon, going to the gym 5 days a week for 2 hours a day, earning straight A’s, or accepting your dream …

By Mackenzie Jones
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