Taking Risks and Being Spontaneous in Academic Life

There is a certain thrill to life in being spontaneous – impromptu adventures and last-minute plans can often end up being the most memorable. But how do you apply spontaneity to school and college life, a lifestyle that can seem so rigid and structured? In this article, I’ll give you my tips on how to have this approach towards your studies.

How To Find Research Opportunities As A Premedical Student

A list of tried and proven tips to be successful in finding research opportunities.

5 Places to Look If You’re in Need of a Mentor

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.

How One Leap of Faith Led to Valuable Lessons : Medical Shadowing

I surprised myself that day. I did something that was so out of character, yet something that brought me closer to my dreams. Funny it worked out that way because I didn’t know how that one action, so completely out-of-the-box for me, would shift my outlook and strengthen my goals. A neurosurgeon came to speak to my high school’s pre-medical society my sophomore year.

Everything You Need to Know About Design Teams

In this article, we’ll be going over what design teams are and why you should consider joining one. If you’re in college or about to start it, this is something you should definitely check out.

12 Tips to Make the Most Out of Your Next Career Fair

In this article, we’ll be going over 12 tips that will help you make a strong impression and stick out at your next career fair. These tips cover what you should to before, during, and after the career fair.

Unveiling the Myths and Truth about Networking

During the era of COVID-19, individuals might be seeking out guidance for career, internship, or college related applications. One of the most useful tools to help guide you in the process of applying or opportunity-searching is to network.

What is Social Capital and How Do You Leverage It To Help You?

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.

Using Linkedin to Connect with Professional Mentors

Linkedin is a great way to connect with alumni of your post-secondary institution as well as recruiters for companies that you may be interested in working at. In this article I’ll outline a couple of ways to go about obtaining a professional mentor to help you achieve your professional goals.

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