• Feature,  Internship Diaries

    A Day in the Life of a Facebook Intern

    Sure, we all have Facebook accounts (that might have been how you found this post!), but what is it really like behind the scenes to work at Facebook? Nicole VacaGuzman shares how she navigated tech recruiting, the importance of teamwork, and why her dream is to be at Facebook long term. Name: Nicole VacaGuzman Job Title: SMB Account Manager Intern (Facebook) Location: Austin, Texas College: University of Chicago Year: Rising Senior Major: Global Studies What are you doing this summer? I work within the SMB team, supporting Small and Medium businesses who work with Facebook. What do you want to be when you grow up? I’d love to ultimately manage…

  • Feature,  Get This Girl a Job

    Being a Good Mentee | Ask GTGAJ Ep. 4

    The fourth episode of Ask Get This Girl a Job is here! Katie and Rosana answer your questions about using your minor in the job search, how to be a good mentee, and what to do if you haven’t heard back from a job you applied for. Get This Girl a Job is a podcast that tries to demystify the job search by sharing the stories of recent college graduates as they made their way into the workforce for the first time! Ask GTGAJ is a special episode, that Katie and I co-host, where we try to answer your questions about your own job search. You can read more about…

  • 25th Hour,  Feature

    Staying Healthy While Abroad

    This week’s installment of Ro&Co features my very special guest, Martina, who recently started her own blog, DTM! Martina shares her tips for staying healthy while she’s off galavanting around Europe for her study abroad! Hello everyone! I’m Martina, one of three members of DTM Blog (short for Doing the Most). I’m currently studying abroad in Paris, and I’m having a great time; I’ve had at least 100 pains au chocolat, a ton of picnics with wine and cheese, and have been hanging out with friends 24/7. It’s been so relaxing and so much fun, but it’s been tough to stay healthy. So, with my *seasoned* experienced, I thought I’d…