7 Types of College Campus Visits

Applying to or been accepted to multiple schools? The ability to visit many college campuses may not always be an option. This article explores seven types of college visits prospective students should consider from group tours to virtual visits.

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How to answer the question: ‘Why Should We Hire You?’

At one job interview or another you will most likely be asked, ‘Why Should We Hire You?’ The article provides five ways to answer the question. If you are currently interviewing (or will interview again in the future) read on!

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New Job Search Rules For Graduates

For some college graduates, the job search is already complete and they are preparing to start their careers. “But for most graduates, the summer will be spent searching for their first full-time job.” Once celebrations have commenced, this article will help provide job search tips/rules to get the search started.

New Job Search Rules For This Year’s Graduates

Good Reasons To Quit Without Having Another Job Lined Up

While we often heed the advice that you should “Never quit a job before you have another job to go to!” However, this article offers up 10 good reasons to quit your job even though you do not have a new job lined up.

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Studying Abroad in High School?

This article, written by an Italian high school student who studied abroad in the US, provides some insight and reasons why your child shouldn’t wait until college to study abroad.

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Seniors Practice ‘Grad-itude’

Donnell Bailey is about to graduate as a senior sociology major from Franklin & Marshall College. In this inspiring article he shares how he practicing ‘Grad-itude’. Donnell said, “I wanted to think of gratitude as a daily practice. There have been so many people, seen and unseen here on campus, who have contributed to my development as a student and person, and I want to be grateful for them.”

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14-Year-Old Graduating College With A Physics Degree

Carson Huey-You, a 14 year old, is getting ready to graduate from Texas Christian University with a physics degree. “Carson, who also completed a double minor in math and Chinese, enrolled in the school as a freshman at the age of 11 and is set to graduate Saturday.” To say this is remarkable is an understatement and it worth the read.

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Take Time this Summer to Talk…

Summertime is upon us. The summer months can provide the perfect opportunity to spend more quality time with your children. You can use this time to talk about difficult subjects or situations that they may face and these conversation may help protect them in the future…

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10 Things Every High School Senior Should Know

Graduation day is upon you. You’ve spent four long years working hard to get to the moment. Although exciting as this is you may be experiencing some fear or doubt. This article discusses 10 tips that each and every high school senior should know as they head towards graduation day!

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Making Sure No One Sits At Lunch… Alone

Have you ever felt anxiety set in as you entered the lunchroom wondering where and with whom you would sit… Well, most do not like to sit alone in the lunchroom. Learn how this inspiring high school students are making a difference by starting a club that makes sure no one sites alone at lunch!

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