30 Sep 2014
The summer after high school graduation, you land an internship at Google. It’s an amazing experience. So amazing, that at the end, when you’re offered a full-time engineering position with the company, you jump at the opportunity.
That’s exactly what happened to a young man named Michael Sayman, according to a post by Bloomberg. Sayman, who recently turned 18, decided to forego higher education; a move that some people applaud but one that he may regret later on.
You have worked your way through college, or perhaps you are still working your way through college. Either way, while you may have the education in your field of study, often, students are lacking experience. The best way to get experience while in college or just after graduation is by landing an amazing internship. What many people fail to realize, is that an internship has more benefits than just experience.
The university crowd has always had a reputation as being a little ahead of the curve when it comes to technology. Those in this age group seem to be happier to embrace new technology and applications and use them. There are many apps being used right now by college students to help them find dates, so let’s explore a few.
09 Sep 2014
When most people think of college they think of a sprawling campus, huge lecture halls and a bustling Greek life scene. But there is a whole other type of college experience that offers tremendous benefits and the liberal arts education has more value now than ever. Here are a few ways that you benefit if you choose a liberal arts school.
When Boston was ranked the second most creative city in America in July, according to an article from Forbes, Darla Hanley said she knows why. The creativity is a by-product of so many colleges and universities in a concentrated area, she said. Hanley, the dean of the Professional Education Division at Berklee College of Music has certainly had plenty