Over this winter break I had the opportunity to go to the National Western Stock Show in Denver for the first time as an internship with the University of Wyoming along with the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. As part of this internship myself along with several other interns stood at a booth in … Read moreMore than just a job
The “real world” is about to make a visit at my front door. As I have begun the transition from being a college student to becoming an Agricultural Educator, life has been much different this semester. Instead of going to classes just a few days a week for an hour at a time, I now … Read moreOne of the Lucky Ones
1. Take advantage of every internship opportunity, paid and unpaid. By far the most important thing that I have learned while job searching is that employers like to see your experience. Sure, your degree will help you qualify to apply, but it won’t show that you can work well with others or independently. It won’t … Read moreTips from a graduating senior, preparing for life after college.
Nailing that job interview is a crucial part of being a college student. As a graduating senior, getting a job is something I not only need to do, but it’s the whole reason I went to all the trouble of getting a degree. But what do I do with my degree now? As an Agribusiness … Read moreInterview Tips From A Guy With A Job
The days are getting shorter, colder, and windier, which means one thing: people are headed inside. And as a reformed outdoor enthusiast who once spent entire childhood winters cursing the wind-driven snow and wishing I was somewhere tropical, I’m fighting this obligate hibernation. Why? Because getting outside and embracing the famous Wyoming wind is the … Read moreOpt Outside: Staying sane during Wyoming winters (with apologies to REI)