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Salud Del Sol: Students saving lives with sustainable technology

What came out of a simple summer internship has grown into a nonprofit business that has the potential to impact lives across the globe.

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Tattoo Views & Wallet Blues

By brass Staff on May 1st, 2009 • Career, Getting a job, Security, Life

Find out if a tattoo might keep you from getting a job and what to do if your wallet is stolen.

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Writing Your Resume: What to do to get results

Just because you're young and have a short work history doesn't mean you can't put together a resume that rocks.

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Four Scenes With Anne-Sophie: Writer, director, actress

Meet Anne-Sophie Dutoit 17-year-old writer, director and star of Faded Memories.

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Name Claim: Find the perfect name for your business

By Katie Mattson on April 15th, 2009 • Career, Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship

Ready to start a business? Don’t get caught up with dreams of being your own boss and setting your own hours. First you need to choose a name for your business. It’s the first image a potential customer will have of your company, and there’s a lot riding on it.

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The Write Stuff: Solid writing skills are a job requirement

From resumes and reports to emails and memos, writing skills are something you'll use whether trying to land a job or function in one.

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Dressing Up Like The Big Kids

By on March 12th, 2009 • Budgeting, Career, Jobs, Life

This guy clearly took the lesson "dress for the job you want" to heart.

Here at brass, we have a very casual dress policy. I normally wear a pair of jeans, a t-shirt, a sweatshirt, my skate shoes and a New Era ballcap. But for days when I want to step it up a notch (when we interview new interns) I've been known to throw on a brass-logo polo and some slacks. Even in a casual environment, dressing up a little more than you have to shows professionalism.

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Interviewer Inquisition: 10 questions to ask at your job interview

By brass Staff on February 1st, 2009 • Career, College & Career, Getting a job, Jobs

Keep these 10 questions in mind for your next interview.

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Summer Jobs & Liquid Assets

By Jennifer Gerwick on January 16th, 2009 • Career, CDs, Getting a job, Investing, Life

Find out how to score a summer job and what a liquid asset is.

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Meet the ProduCEOr: 24-year-old entrepreneur on the business of filmmaking

By Bryan Sims on January 16th, 2009 • Advice, Career, Entrepreneurship

Josh Newman just finished his first feature film and he shared not only what it takes to make a movie, but what it takes to run the business.

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