25 Twitter Accounts That Students and Recent Grads Should Follow


As a college student or recent grad, it’s sometimes difficult to maneuver into the real world of work. Following people whose expertise is in employment, interviews and resumes can make your transition into the work field an easy one. A lot of these twitter account experts give useful advice that can help you in your future interviews, tweak your resume or maybe even make you aware of  hiring opportunities. You can even ask for help, many of these experts pride themselves on helping those who need it.  Following one is better than following none, hopefully you find these experts useful in your everyday life!

 1.     @YOUTERN

YouTern enables young talent to become highly employable by connecting them to high-impact internships, mentors and thru contemporary career advice that works!  

2.     @DanSchawbel

Dan Schawbel is a career and workplace expert. He is also the author of promote yourself.

3.     @HireImaging

Barb Poole has been able to help people explore, find and keep their career dreams for 25 years now. She also owns a professional resume and career coaching service.

4.     @KarenGirardCCDP

Karen is a career and life purpose coach. She helps people of all ages and stages. Her website is dedicated to life purpose coaching for young adults, most college students and grads.

5.     @CampustoCareer

This website is dedicated to jobseekers. However the focus is on college students and their preparation for careers after graduation.

6.     @KevinWGrossman

Founder of Reach-West, Kevin has expertise and familiarity with HR and recruitment in the market place and it’s his passion to improve and elevate employer-candidate employee experience.

7.     @ResumeBear

Resume Bear features resume and cover letter tips, interview tips, job trends and so much more valuable information that can help you when applying for a job or going to a interview.

8.     @WendyTerwelp

Wendy Terwelps was named Top 100 Twitter Experts Job Seekers Must Follow, and is the founder of Knocks, where she works with entrepreneurs and helps them network online using just 5 minutes a day.

9.     @FindYour1stJob

Priority Candidates is a career coaching service for college students and grads. They help prepare their clients to get hired for that post-graduation job. They specialize in the business of hiring preparation and acceleration.

10.  @David_Shindler

Another 100 Twitter Accounts Job Seekers Must Follow for both 2012 and 2013. He is a potential and performance coach and the founder of @EmployHub. David gives students the tools and resources to develop their employability.

11.  @careercoachtina

Tina Mello has been a college career counselor for 10 years, including choosing and changing majors, job/internships and applying to grad school.

12.  @CareerDiva

Eve Tahmincioglu is a woman’s career blog writer, she is a journalist and a columnist for MSNBC’s Your Career.

13.  @LevoLeague

Levo League is a thriving community of young professionals, role models and innovative companies taking Gen Y by storm. Levo League helps young professionals discover job opportunities, master new skills and accelerate your success.

14.  @UndercoverRec

This is one of the best recruitment and career blogs. Catering to jobseekers and recruiters. They offer career advice, interview tips and so on.

15.  @LindseyPollak

Lindsey is a career and workplace expert. She is the author of from College to Career. Her advice and opinions have been in New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Glamour, CNN, NPR and NBC. She is an expert on the next generation career and workplace trends.

16.  @BobWarren

The founder of Resume Bear, Bob is changing the way jobseekers are searching online. He gives them in and outs about applying, interviews, resumes and more about what recruiters are looking for.

17.  @TimsStrategy

Tim is a blogger on ideas for job search, career and life. He is a speaker for marketing, social networking and also careers.

18.  @HeatherHuhman

Heather is a career expert and an experienced hiring manager. She is the founder of content marketing/PR firm @ComeRecommended. Heather knows and understands the needs of today’s employers and job seekers.

19.  @emilybennington

Emily is a career author and speaker. According to Emily “I help executive women and college students who have business books on their desk and self-help books by their bed.”

20.  @GradtoGreat

Founder of Grads to Great, Anne Brown offers career advice articles for grads. Also her book is one of the top 100 downloadable career books on Amazon Kindle.

21.  @hourly

Hourly is an employment network that matches people looking for flexible work with local employers.

22.  @sparkhire

Spark Hire is a video powered hiring network. They help jobseekers and employers through video resumes and online video interviews.

23.  @careerintell

Annette Richmond is an recruiter and offers career strategies. She helps people better manage their careers as well as career assessment, career tools and career management.

24.  @Chandlee

Chandlee Bryan is an expert at connecting jobseekers and employers. She is well known for ideas and employment trends. She’s also a career strategist.

25.  @ChrisRussell

Chris is an advocate for job seekers everywhere. He is very resourceful for job search info, recruitment news and advice. He is also the CEO of @Career_Cloud.