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Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile

“When a woman says, ‘I have nothing to wear!’, what she really means is, ‘There’s nothing here for who I’m supposed to be today.” – Caitlin Moran, How to Be a Woman   Who are you today? Does anyone really know who they are? The answer is probably no. That’s the beauty of this life…you can be anyone you’d like…

No Funny Business

Many people are unaware of the resources available when it comes to searching for a job.  In October,  the Career Center at The College of Saint Rose had Courtney Myers, Audience Development Director for the Business Review speak to our team. The Business Review is a magazine that covers stories about businesses in the city of your choice. The Business…

From Saint Rose to Moody’s

Sometimes our homepage stories are worth sharing with our blog audience. In this case, we are happy to share former Saint Rose blogger Yelfri De Leon’s success! Business major lands “dream job” two months after graduation. When Yelfri De Leon ‘14 decided to attend college in upstate New York, he never imagined that four years later he would be returning…

What do I wear? Interview attire and more!

Ever wonder what to wear to an interview? Me too. Obviously, I can’t wear my new Pink yoga leggings and chestnut classic tall UGGs. An evening gown is too much. So what’s appropriate? All questions that any of us would ask, especially when interviews are being conducted for holiday hiring soon! Don’t go looking like you’re business confused! Here are…

Guest post: Discover Something Amazing in Albany

Today we hear from BS/MBA alumnus Schuyler Bull, ’10, G’10,  Marketing Manager at the Albany County Convention & Visitors Bureau. Schuyler leads the marketing department in creating and delivering all advertising, public relations, and communications materials for the Bureau. He is also editor-in chief of the annual Albany Visitors Guide.   Beyond freshman move-in day, one of my first memories of Saint Rose takes…