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Collegiate Sports Featured

Sports Education: A Foundation for Champions

The taxing mental exercises brought about by scores of assignments and projects are not sufficient for personal, physical and mental growth. Learning must not be confined in academics alone.

Career Planning

Making the Perfect Resume for Your First Job: 7 Points You Need to Remember

Once you complete your education and start looking for a job, your resume will be that one thing by which an employer will know and identify you initially.

Career Planning Featured

Increasing Your Productivity At The Workplace – Important Tips For Every College Graduate

As a college graduate, how can you ensure you are as productive as possible every day at work? The following simple tips can help increase your productivity and change your life for the better.

Career Planning Featured

Building A Successful Career Brand – 4 Important Tips For Every College Graduate

Having a compelling and consistent personal brand can give you an edge, whether you aspire to be promoted, increase your visibility with your employer, or get your dream job.

Education Tips

Essay Writing: 7 Tips and Tricks to Ace Your Essay

Whether you’re analyzing a Shakespeare play, discussing the scientific method, or examining the War of 1812, these tips and tricks can help you get on the right track to an A+ essay.

Advanced Education Featured

Are You Too Old to Study?

Don’t ever think you are too old to study.

Advanced Education Featured

A Reminder That We All Need: The Benefits of a Higher Education

Education is to freedom as a chocolate cake is to delicious. Attaining a higher education may seem by many, especially in today’s society, to be a waste of time.

Technology

Top 5 Useful Software/Applications for College Students

There is a total of 4,140 colleges in the US, and every year more than 17 million enrolled to study. The college students had to go through some tough times with their curriculum’s. Most of it’s considered as a learning experience in real world scenarios.

College Living

How to Get Through Your First Year In College (and the Years to Come)

At the end of summer, troops of freshmen will join colleges for their first time. It will be a time of new experiences; new dorms, classes, friends and professors.

Featured Personal Advice

Tight On A Budget? 3 Fun Summer Activities That Are Still Fairly Affordable

Summer is the perfect time to take time off from work and head to the beach or take a road trip. However, you may also have to contend with a tight budget when making your summer plans.

Money Tips

Make Money in College: Why You Should Try Network Marketing

Can you find a little time to sort through your network? Your network includes everyone you’ve connected to. Take a peek at all your social networks. How many contacts do you have? What else can you use those contacts for?

Money Tips

7 Ways for Making Money While in College

Paying your way through college is tough. Even if you have your tuition covered, it can be hard to pay for accommodation, food, clothing, and all the supplies you need on a daily basis.