Student Branding Blog – Dan Schawbel The Student Branding Blog, part of the Personal Branding Network, is the #1 resource for career and personal branding advice for high school, college and graduate students.



Realize Your Full Potential

Are you a college student or recent grad who is ready to gain the clarity and confidence to unlock your full potential, so that you can live a life of meaning and purpose?  This week we received a great update from a live-your-dream-or-die-trying kind of gal who also used to be a part of our StudentBranding [...]


Guest Post on LinkedIn and Student Branding from

Personal promotion in college is extremely important. Anyone visiting this website is aware that going to college is about finding a career just as much as it is about acquiring an education. It’s a competitive world out there and to be successful it is essential to do more than just go to class and get [...]


Guest Post from Whether Taxes, or Dorm Rooms, Simple is Better

What do Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 tax plan, student branding and dorm room decorating have in common? Simplicity. People love to make things complex, but in reality most of our brains have a low threshold for remembering a list of more than a few items at a time. Complexity can lead to distraction, confusion, and lower [...]


Interview with Adam Scholl, Author of No Sneakers at the Office Editor-in-Chief Melissa Kong recently interviewed author Adam Scholl about his new book, No Sneakers at the Office. The book is a great reference guide for new young professionals, covering everything from how you should dress at work to how your emails and memos should be structured. The book details small professional nuances that many [...]

  • Dan Schawbel

    Dan Schawbel, the founder of the Student Branding Blog, is a world renowned personal branding expert, the international bestselling author of Me 2.0, as well as the publisher of the Personal Branding Blog.

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  • Chelsea Rice

    Chelsea Rice is the editor-in-chief of the Student Branding Blog. She began her work for just before graduating from Boston University, where she studied journalism and minored in international relations.

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