List/Grid Monthly Archives: December 2012

Using Social Media to Land a Job

Using Social Media to Land a Job

This is a guest post by Nate Ginsburg from Degrees That Pay. Everyone knows how tough it can be to land a job in this economy, especially for recent grads. That being said, new tools such as social media allow job seekers to pursue jobs and increase their chances of getting hired in ways that were previously not possible.... Keep on truckin »
How to Get the Most Out of Your Internship

How to Get the Most Out of Your Internship

This is a guest post by freelance writer Laura Wilson. Internships are an integral part of college and a student’s future. There are different types of internships: paid, unpaid and working for course credit. The main focus of an internship is usually just to gain hands on job experience in a career associated with your... Keep on truckin »
Co-Curricular Learning: What is it and How Can You Benefit?

Co-Curricular Learning: What is it and How Can You Benefit?

This is a guest post by social work masters Sydney James. Some adults resist returning to school for a graduate degree for one reason: fear of boredom. They don’t want to spend hours sitting in a classroom or lecture hall, listening to a professor drone on about some esoteric subject — or spend an equal number of hours... Keep on truckin »
Applying For Your Desired College Scholarship Is Easy As Pie

Applying For Your Desired College Scholarship Is Easy As Pie

This is a guest post by blogger and personal development speaker Aileen Pablo. Recent statistics from the Institute for College Access and Success show that the average college graduate will have acquired around $24,000 in student loans by the time they graduate, and this figure is expected to increase within the next... Keep on truckin »
Job Search: How to Become a City Manager

Job Search: How to Become a City Manager

This is a guest post by former city manager Mark Whittington. Becoming a city manager is an exciting career goal. City managers play a key role in every facet of municipal operations. As a city manager, you will serve the people of your city, hear their ideas and address their concerns, liaison with elected officials and... Keep on truckin »
5 Steps: How to Launch a Startup in College

5 Steps: How to Launch a Startup in College

This is a guest post by Eddie Earnest of HigherNext. Whether your aim is to launch the next Facebook or simply to beef up the ‘experience’ section of your resume — or anything in between — there are many reasons to turn your ideas into companies while you’re in college. Here’s how to make it happen. Step... Keep on truckin »
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