What’s the secret to landing a coveted full-time position (with benefits, of course) right after college?
Here’s a pro-tip: You don’t have to do it all, you just need to do it right.
Over the past several years, the GenTwenty team has collectively experienced the crazy terrain of post-grad employment. We know what it takes to survive and thrive as millennials in the workforce.
We’ve gained experience at startups, Fortune 500 companies, in retail and customer service, and have even dabbled in entrepreneurship. We’ve put our feet solidly on the bottom rung of the corporate ladder and are already climbing at a steady pace.
In GenTwenty’s Guide to College Success, we’ve compiled the tips and tricks we learned that will get you the most out of your college years.
After all, you’re in college to build a strong foundation for your career as a powerhouse, aren’t you?
What I love about this book is that it incorporates the wisdom of many authors who have been through exactly what you’re going through now. If you take a moment to read their thoughts, it’ll help you put things in a bit more perspective (which can be hard to do when you’re smack-dab in the middle of everything).
– Melissa Suzuno, After College
You’ll get to know all the things we wish we’d known. We want you to know what we wish someone had told us.
You’ll get all of the secrets that we have.
And, you’ll be prepared for any career path you desire. Seriously.
You can do this. We’ll show you how.
Perhaps the grand disclaimer is that there is not any one definitive guide for college success, as is the case for any era, path or finite season in life. But, there are certainly words of wisdom to inherit from those who have been there, done that and are sporting the battle wounds to prove it. That’s what “GenTwenty’s Guide to College Success” is all about.
– Tyece Wilkins, Twenties Unscripted
I learned a lot from this group of talented folks, especially in terms of editorial management, organization, and writerly voice. The site is a wonderful resource for navigating life in your twenties, and I encourage you to check them out!
– Amanda Duncil