Jessica’s Career Tip of the Week

Jessica Caolo is a former career counselor with the Fulton Schools Career Center. Read her archive of career tips written in collaboration with Fulton Schools peer career coaches.

Getting ready for finals week — Jessica’s Career Tip of the Week

The priority for this week is preparing for your final exams. I know that this a stressful time for all of you as you are wrapping up yet another semester. Here, I provide some important tips that will be helpful to your mental and emotional health during final’s week:

Tips for virtual networking — Jessica’s Career Tip of the Week

The COVID-19 pandemic situation has changed our interactions and how we currently conduct business. While a lot of networking used to happen virtually, there were still events like career fairs and company information sessions where you could meet potential employers or people from different backgrounds who could help you get that dream job. Since all…

Last minute tips for Virtual Career Fairs — Jessica’s Career Tip of the Week

Wow, how time flies! Virtual Career Fairs are happening now! While many of you are already on your way to making a great first impression at the Career Fair, I would now like to promote last minute Career Virtual Fair tips that will ensure your success. Before you start networking at our Virtual Career Fairs — here…

Introducing the elevator pitch — Jessica’s Career Tip of the Week

The Fulton Schools Career Center will host our Virtual Career Fair next week. A really strong elevator pitch can get you noticed by employers at the Virtual Career Fair. My Peer Career Coach team took the time to write out some examples of their elevator pitch in order for you to prepare for the Fair….

How to enhance your resume — Jessica’s tip of the week

The crucial questions that you may be asking yourself are, “What is going to make my resume stand out to an employer or graduate program?” and “How am I going to strategically highlight my experience, skills, professional brand and facets of my personality?”