Negotiate an Offer

We hear many concerns expressed by students and why they don’t think it’s appropriate to negotiate. It is simply not true.

Most employers are prepared to negotiate offers and are not surprised when students approach
the subject. When done tactfully, negotiating an offer establishes the precedent that you know your value proposition to the employer and sets you up on the right foot with the new employer.

Use this community to review tips and tricks proven to provide the best tools when negotiating an offer!

Making Your Summer Plan Decision: What to do when you’ve received offers and rejections

I received an offer for an internship! What do I do now? 
Step 1: Gratitude and Confirming Details
Step 2: Reflection and Aligning With Your Goals
Step 3: Communicating Your Decision
Step 4: Stick To Your Commitments and Start Planning

By Emily Tareila
Emily Tareila Program Director, Charles Hamilton Houston Internship Program
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How to negotiate your salary

This article features tips to help you negotiate a better salary.

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By The Loeb Center
The Loeb Center
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If that job offer you just got signals a happy end to your search, you might immediately want to text all your friends, pop the bubbly, and cue the imaginary marching band to mark the sheer magnitude of this moment. …

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