Once you get to university, talking to an advisor might not be at the top of your list. Maybe you’ve spent some time getting to know your major and the coursework it entails, and you know exactly what you’re going to do. That’s great! However, a major resource that can often be overlooked at university is the resource that comes with connecting with an advisor who understands your goals and guides you to achieve them.
Today, I will be talking about what are interdisciplinary classes and the advantages of taking those courses during your college experience. I will also be sharing a personal story of mine that helped me realize how essential interdisciplinary classes can be.
In this post, I will be discussing why joining online extracurriculars may not be so bad - especially during these tumultuous times.
The tips and tricks I have learned over the past few years have allowed me to apply to numerous internships and land many positions in healthcare, even as a student with very little experience.
When you have built apt social capital you get the feeling that people"have your back" throughout your experiences. Networking does not come with a guarantee of getting something in return, but it can be helpful in ways that you may not expect even if it doesn't end up in a new job or connection.
Tips to choose between taking the SAT or the ACT for college admissions.