28 Jan 2014
So you’ve applied to a few different internships, and you’ve actually received a few different offers – that’s a great thing, especially with the current state of the job market. However, it can be quite mind-rattling if you’re just starting out and you don’t know the proper etiquette for rejecting some of those offers. The last thing you want to do is upset someone in your new industry because there is always a chance that you may encounter them in the future.
21 Jan 2014
There are a lot of apps that are available to everyone these days. However, there are some that have been singled out as must have apps for college. After all, college students are wired to the Internet at almost all times of the day. As such, they need some great on the go apps that they can use for their studies and more. We have mentioned Evernote in previous blog postings, but below we go into a little more detail about a few of the features that make it great for college students.
Finding success in the music industry takes talent, dedication and often luck. You have to be willing to work hard and make connections with other people. Sometimes it means you have to be willing to sing or write songs for less money than you would like as you make your way towards success. As a college student, it may even mean taking online classes, becoming a part-time student or even halting your education to dedicate more time to your music career. There are a few tips for artists who are unsigned or working in the indie music industry.
Let’s be real, college is not as easy as movies and television shows make it out to be. You somehow have to squeeze going to class and getting papers done between having fun with friends, napping and snacking. It can make staying on top of things even more difficult than you anticipated. So how lucky is it that we are in such a digital age and have access to fantastic devices and even cooler applications to put on your devices to improve all aspects of your life.
07 Jan 2014
There are many scholarships available for people in industries that are experiencing a shortage of workers, such as the medical field. In 2014 many things will stay the same such as, people who provide scholarships will want to know about an applicant’s grades, leadership, community involvement and more. Upfront fees will continue to be requested when applying for a scholarship. Of course there are certain changes on the way.