Tag: career

Top 10 Tips for Juggling Family, Work, and Grad School

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Freelance Writer

Balancing graduate school with a full life takes grit and careful planning. Here are 10 tips to get you juggling like a pro. read more

Why Continuing Education Programs Might Be the Right Choice for You

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Freelance Writer

Extension schools. You might've seen the ads: Online options! Flexibility for working professionals! Ivy-league education in the evenings! Are they right for you? read more

If You Are Lucky Enough to Be in College, Be Excited and Feel Proud

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Professor, Seton Hall University Law School

When it comes to enjoying your college years, Paula Franzese wrote the book! She shares an excerpt from her new book, A Short and Happy Guide to Being a College Student. read more

The Post-Graduate Job Search for International Students

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Freelance Writer

Interested in working in the U.S. after you graduate? First, the bad news: anyone searching for a job in today's market faces stiff competition. Now for the good news: if you're starting early, you can lay the groundwork for a successful job search. read more

College Search Tips for Students in the Arts

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Director of Marketing and Communications, Columbus College of Art & Design

If you're a high school student considering a major the arts, here are a few things to consider before choosing a college. read more

How Will My Major Affect My Career?

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The key to choosing the "right" major is to understand that some majors prepare you for a specific career but most do not. Here's what the experts have to say! read more

Profile of Denizen Magazine Founder Steph Yiu

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Associate Producer, Boston Science Communications

Unsatisfied by the lack of editorial content focusing on the contemporary Third Culture Kid (TCK) experience, Steph Yiu took matters into her own hands when she graduated college. In 2008, she started Denizenmag.com, a diverse community of international contributors who have found a sense of home and companionship in a digital space. read more

Increase the Value of Your Science Degree

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Scholarship Search Strategist, College Prep Ready

According to the U.S. Department of Education, the positions requiring science degrees are on the rise. You want to make sure that you can stand out above the competition. As you look forward to winter break and the holidays, spend time coming up with ideas to enhance your degree. With the increased competition, you may have to obtain more than a bachelor's degree read more

Endless Opportunities in Catholic Campus Ministry

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Admissions Counselor, University of Dallas

Because college is a great time to grow not only academically but also as an individual, students find that balancing their studies with various opportunities offered through campus ministry enhances their overall university experience. read more

Guest Post: Your Most Important Resource in Music Performance College Search

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Data Entry Specialist, Carnegie Communications

Music performance programs can be very vigorous and competitive, and to have the best chance of getting into your first choice school, you need to make some informed decisions. read more