Getting the interview is only half the battle. Making a good first impression is the other. In light of that, here are a few tips on how to impress your interviewer–whether you’re trying to score a scholarship, internship, or a full-time job.
It’s no secret: college is a place where there’s a near-infinite course catalog, and if you play your cards right, you can take classes in music, English, biology, philosophy, history—anything you want. What you might not be aware of, though, is that classrooms and textbooks are only the beginning. In order to take advantage of [...]
Most high schoolers, transfer students, and college graduates that want an even higher education should admit it already: you have a dream school. While you might not want to name it for fear of getting your hopes up, then that’s okay. But even if you have it in your head that you’ll get into your dream school and that you’ll go there, it’s always best to plan for the worst (just ask Lindsay Lohan’s career). So in case you apply but are deferred by admissions, here’s what you can do.
If you’re currently a college senior, then you already wake up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat, asking yourself questions about the future. Okay, face it, even if your real-world anxiety isn’t that severe, then you’re probably at least a little nervous about what's going to happen after you graduate. To help you navigate the final semester of your final year in school, pay attention to these helpful hints.
Now that you’re in college, the very idea of spending even more than one minute in your school’s library might make you throw up in your mouth a little bit. And when you’re home on break, you might forget that your local library even exists. But before you go another day swearing to never step foot in the library lobby, or in the stacks, consider digging out that old library card. Why? Well, here are a few good reasons.