In this article, we’ll be covering different places you can explore if you’re in need of a mentor. The professional world is built on people being able to learn from each other and their experiences, and many of us might be struggling to get our footing in our own careers. Regardless of your career path or position, mentors are an invaluable way of getting guidance and insight into your industry, all while broadening your network.
Credit cards are a great way to learn and manage your finances as a college student and young adult. Knowing its significance and mastering the terms will allow you to prosper financially and hopefully avoid any fees and low credit score in the future!
Interested in learning more about journalism? Read this interview with a current undergraduate student who’s pursuing journalism to find out more.
Surefire tips for you to turn that summer internship into the job of your dreams.
A lot of students will start interviews soon for this years medical school cycle. But, even before you apply to schools it might be a good exercise to see how many of the following questions you have answers to and what points you may not feel comfortable with.
Some opportunities discussed may be specific to the Cornell University Human Development major plan. However, the job prospects and general experience is universal.
If you’re a student in this day and age, you’re probably on some sort of social media. You might spend a couple of hours every day on it, surfing the web while simultaneously getting your news, entertainment, and social interaction from it. Despite the negative stereotypes attached to social media, it can also be of great benefit.
In this article, we’ll be covering different tips that will help you become a better team member. Teamwork is an essential component for success in any career, so learning how to work well with others is important.
Tutoring in this new online landscape can be difficult and stressful. Read more about tips on how to tutor well in this new landscape.
Through the series Funding Your Future, I hope to be able to educate rising high-school seniors on the plethora of financial aid and scholarship opportunities available to students of all kinds. This week, the series will focus on the Dell Scholars program. Along with a general outline of the scholarship, there will also be student interviews from Shantelle Bailey and Taylor Larson near the end to showcase a student perspective and highlight the values of the Dell Scholars program.