While your college classes will give you the knowledge you need to succeed in your career, there are skills you need to develop outside the classroom. The old saying “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know” remains true today.
There are many different aspects to successfully networking through social media. One is making sure that your image is as clean and professional as you would want it to be in real life. These are three helpful tips that you should try to polish up your social media profiles. Once your image is clean and appropriate, you can continue on with your social networking.
In its humble beginnings Facebook was only accessible to those who attended a college or university. Things are different at Facebook now of course. The world’s largest social network is available to nearly everyone with Internet access. Perhaps it is time to rethink social networking and what closed college networks could really mean to people. Yik Yak is exploring that very notion.
Well, here you are! College! The independent thing is great for about five minutes and then you realize that you have to do your own laundry, somehow manage to feed yourself every few hours, AND still wake up in time to get to class. The struggle continues, but there is help. Just like your nagging, but ultimately necessary parents back home, the Student Services office at your school can
10 Mar 2015
Some of the hardest classes you’ll have to take at your university will be related to math. The reason for this has nothing to do with your math skills. Even if you’re a math person and scored well on the SAT, you may find yourself struggling in a college course.
24 Feb 2015
The search for college internships isn’t what it used to be. For one, students are expected to be proactive in their search for unpaid internships. Companies aren’t going to come looking for you, since they receive hundreds of applications from eager students willing to work for free.
17 Feb 2015
As college debts keep mounting and jobs keep disappearing, many students and their families are beginning to question the worth of a college degree. After all, today’s hottest start-ups and most influential entrepreneurs are not attributing their success to a prestigious university or fancy degree title, but rather to their innate talents, their ability to think creatively and to adapt to a changing atmosphere in every industry.