Few things are as exciting for a student or new graduate as a job interview. But do you feel prepared? It’s not the type of thing most of us have a lot of practice with, and no two interviews will ever be alike. Nonetheless, at DCI, we have the resources to build your confidence and good judgment so you can feel prepared when sitting in the hot seat. Take this short quiz to see if you have what it takes to ace your next interview. Scroll to the very bottom for the answer key!
For many of us, the decision to go back to school comes down solely to budget and schedule. Can I afford to go back? Will I be able to find financial aid? Do I have time for school? Will I still be able to take care of my current responsibilities?
At Dawn Career Institute, we’ve heard these questions a thousand times – and for good reason. They’re important questions to answer. If you’re looking for a little help in choosing a school you can feel confident about, check out the tips we’ve provided below.
Tip 1: Establish your budget
When it comes to training for a career in the health, fitness or beauty industries, your preparedness is determined in large part by what school you decide to attend. That, along with your enthusiasm and commitment to hard work, will go a long way in making sure you learn the skills you need to find success.
Blended learning is a term that gets thrown around a lot, and even if you’ve heard it before, you might not know what it is. Today, we’re going to clear the term up for you and tell you why there’s suddenly so much talk about taking a “blended approach” to learning.
Enough already – tell me what blended learning is
You’ve graduated – congratulations! Now it’s time to get that resume together and polish up the dress shoes. Put your best foot forward – figuratively and literally – and secure that position you’ve been working for. These tips will give you the guidance to present your best self.
Craft a professional resume
You’ve just spent valuable time preparing yourself for a career with the skills employers want. Lead with that. List your Dawn Career Institute credentials up top and, if your grades were good (I’m sure they were!), be sure to include those as well.