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The Benefits of Making Time for Volunteering in College

Tweet Even though you’re trying to find a balance between high-level courses and working or doing an internship, you should consider getting back to volunteering. Here are some benefits of

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Better Resume Building Done Right

It is important to still maintain a resume even if you connect with employers chiefly online. Your LinkedIn profile can serve as a resume, but usually someone in Human Resources still prefers to see a hard copy or at least a .doc or .pdf of the same.

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College: Don’t Go It Alone

The transition from high school to college is not always a smooth one. Quite frankly, leaving the secure and known environment of home and stepping into the greater world can be eye-opening, even quite unnerving.

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Spring Break Options for Spontaneous Students

You’ve got your entire spring break mapped out, right? Some students have had their plans in place for a long time while others may suddenly find their week-long break upon them and are not sure what they will do.

Career Planning Featured

I Can’t Find Work: Now What?!

With a degree in hand you’re ready to take on the world. Trouble is, the world is not supplying the job you thought was waiting for you. Instead, your chosen field has dried up and the only job openings will come about when someone retires or new positions are created.

Education Tips

Should You Consider a Gap Year?

Finishing high school and then heading straight to college has been the practice of millions of Americans for decades. It is a rite of passage usually taken for granted, especially among professional career aspiring young adults.

Personal Advice

Making Friends and Your College Experience

Chances are you do an excellent job of “friending” people on Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites. And that is easy to do: you simply “like” someone or send a friend request, and you may gain a new contact almost instantaneously.

Personal Advice

4 Summer Tips For Rising College Freshmen

College-bound freshmen are about to embark on one of the most important transitions of their lives. They’ll be going from required secondary learning to their higher, but optional education.

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Final Fling: What to do After Graduating College

Tweet Like travel to Europe. Or, volunteering at a church mission in South America. Perhaps even backpacking their way across the United States. In reality, many college-bound students find that

Education Tips

How to Go From Homeschool to College

Tweet Preparing for college when homeschooled. One area of concern families have regarding homeschooling is college. Parents are preparing their children for life beyond homeschool, fully expecting that their students

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High School Students Passing Up Work Opportunities

Tweet H.S. students spurn summer work for other pursuits. This follows a trend noted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and reported by “The Columbia Dispatch.” [1] Summer Experience

Personal Advice

7 Things You Can Do For Yourself This Summer

Tweet Think: Personal Enrichment Lots of college students have finished up their studies for the academic year and are now embarking on a 3 month plus break from their studies.