“How do you decide if something’s worth the hassle for the resume value?”
This is tricky to answer since everyone has different rankings on how important something is to them. Obviously my viewpoint will be heavily biased towards either doing something for the fireworks-level impact or the plus-points-in-heaven impact. Continue reading “6 Criteria To Use For Judging If Something’s Worth The Resume Value”
Any suggestions for apps to skyrocket my productivity to your level?
First off, I want to say I’m not some super productive, Type A personality who gets everything done on time and perfectly. I am a solid Type B. Continue reading “9 Apps To Tweak Your Productivity When You’re Always On The Go – The Border Collective”
I like ask.fm because it’s a simple, anonymous way to get questions which remind me that not everyone thinks the same way as me. Like on the purpose of YouthHack.
Answering these questions often forces me to broaden my perspective on topics I already have a solid opinion on. Normally, I wouldn’t think twice about say, email subject lines or paid vs unpaid internships, but when a question about it pops into the ask.fm, I have to actually look at as many possible answers to the question before choosing my answer. While still detailing the other answers. Continue reading “Applying For Internships through YouthHack as a College Student? – #DearTBC – The Border Collective”
Not everyone has the same opportunities, even if they’re in the same situations simply because everyone only sees what they want to see. That’s a fact I realized when the other day, 6 random people messaged me about interning. These were hardworking people, with good grades, good orgs, good everything. And yet, they were nervous, curious, and questioning me nonstop about interning. Me who has none of their good things. How did it end up like this? Continue reading “The 15 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Interning – The Border Collective”