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How to Make Your Business School Presentation Stand Out

How to Make Your Business School Presentation Stand Out

This is a guest post by freelance publisher Tom Grant. In order to make your business school presentation rise above the rest and really engage your audience, it is essential that you are fully prepared for the task at hand and have all your slides, notes, and other materials organized and ready to go. Business presentations... Keep on truckin »
How to Train for a College Sports Scholarship

How to Train for a College Sports Scholarship

This is a guest post by freelance publisher Tom Grant. College can be an expensive prospect and sometimes the cost of a student’s dream school can be a major impediment. One approach to overcoming the cost barrier is to earn scholarships and, if you have the talent, a sports scholarship may be a very good option.... Keep on truckin »
How an Online Degree Enhances Your Real World Experiences

How an Online Degree Enhances Your Real World Experiences

You’ve probably heard that it pays to get a degree. It’s true. Going to college can qualify you for higher paying jobs. According to HowToEdu.org, a high school drop out only earns an average of $18,734 annually. A high school graduate, by comparison, earns $27,915 annually. Having a bachelor’s degree... Keep on truckin »
The Modern Job Seeker’s Tool: Social Media and How You Can Make It Work for You

The Modern Job Seeker’s Tool: Social Media and How You Can Make It Work for You

This is a guest post by Honest College writer Tom Grant. Job markets are competitive; America, slowly climbs out of recession as employers struggle to survive, ushering small numbers of job openings to troves of unemployed workers.  Traditionally, a great resume, experience and the knowledge to efficiently address an... Keep on truckin »
How to Create a Comfortable Study Environment (Honest College Edition!)

How to Create a Comfortable Study Environment (Honest College Edition!)

This is a guest post by Honest College contributor Amanda Greene. Student centers, the library, the cafeteria, the great lawn…museums, diners, coffee shops…there are tons of places, traditional and nontraditional, both on and off campus, to study. But the place where most students end up doing most of their... Keep on truckin »
7 Ways to Help Your College Freshman Adjust to College Life

7 Ways to Help Your College Freshman Adjust to College Life

This is a guest post by Honest College contributor Emma Roberts! Chances are good that your kid couldn’t wait to leave for college. The activities! The freedom! The school spirit! But beneath that show of enthusiasm may lay a bundle of unspoken nerves. There is a natural fear among college freshman that seeps into just... Keep on truckin »
The Ultimate Guide for Parenting a College Student

The Ultimate Guide for Parenting a College Student

This is a guest post by Elizabeth Nygard. The time when you send your kid to college is the most difficult time of parenting. They say it’s most difficult when the kids enter the teenage stage. However, in their late teenage period, when they make it to college, there are lots of things you must deal with. Besides helping... Keep on truckin »
Going to College? Here is How You Prepare!

Going to College? Here is How You Prepare!

This is a guest post by Elizabeth Nygard. Often students expect college to be an extension of high-school. However, many get a rude shock when they step into college. It is not only a culture-change, but also the first step that students take to becoming a professional. They can always adjust to their college life easier... Keep on truckin »
Crunching the Numbers: Why Adaptive Learning Was Made for Math Students

Crunching the Numbers: Why Adaptive Learning Was Made for Math Students

This is a guest post by freelance publisher Tom Grant. Do you remember flash cards? It was the only way to learn multiplication at one time. But we’ve moved beyond those outmoded methods of learning – at least mostly. Not all children are good at memorizing. That doesn’t mean they’re bad students.... Keep on truckin »
3 Must Have Features of Your Medical School

3 Must Have Features of Your Medical School

This is a guest post by freelance publisher Tom Grant. When designing a medical school in accordance with contemporary expectations, there are likely many elements to keep in mind.  Yet there are three standout features that any medical school should consider when designing or refashioning their school to attract new students... Keep on truckin »
Should You Buy a Laptop, Netbook or Tablet when Starting University?

Should You Buy a Laptop, Netbook or Tablet when Starting University?

This is a guest post by Portable Universe. Starting university is an exciting time for anyone, but there are many things that you will have to consider before you leave home behind and travel to your university to start the new term. One of the most important things of all is which type of computer you should buy to assist... Keep on truckin »
Top 5 Controllable Risk Factors of Heart Disease

Top 5 Controllable Risk Factors of Heart Disease

This is a guest post by Writer Molly. Heart disease is the number one killer in the U.S., responsible for about 600,000 deaths each year – that’s one in every four deaths. Additionally, about 715,000 Americans suffer from a heart attack each year, and coronary heart disease costs the U.S. about $108.9 billion annually. With... Keep on truckin »
Debunking America’s Diets (Honest Infographics)

Debunking America’s Diets (Honest Infographics)

This is a post by your founder Greg Narayan. It’s not often that I stop and think about the foods I’m eating. The chaos of college life, then real adult life, is always spinning and there’s just no time to stop and think. It’s eat, enjoy, go and that’s it But as you might have realized, in... Keep on truckin »
Getting Ready for Freshers Week

Getting Ready for Freshers Week

This is a guest post by freelance publisher Chloe Atwell. If you’re about to head away to university for the first time, you might want to give some consideration to what you can realistically take with you – it’s certainly unlikely that you will be able to have all of your worldly possessions with you... Keep on truckin »
Schools Out And Online Teaching Is In for Summer

Schools Out And Online Teaching Is In for Summer

This is a guest post by higher-ed expert Tom Grant. Traditionally, summers were too cool for school, but in today’s world hosting a number of online options, teachers and students benefit from online schooling.  Firstly, students get the extra help needed, whether it’s mandatory or optional regarding graduation and... Keep on truckin »
Pest Control Tips for College Students

Pest Control Tips for College Students

When you move away from home, you should feel comfortable in your living space. This is especially true for college students who have to battle homework, term papers, studying, bad cafeteria food and homesickness. Whether you live in a dorm or off-campus, natural pest control experts share that you are not immune to crashers... Keep on truckin »
The Best 2013 Entry Level Jobs For College Grads

The Best 2013 Entry Level Jobs For College Grads

This is a guest post by Amy Funke from CollegeFeed. After obtaining a degree in the field of your dreams, staring the job search as a fresh college graduate can suddenly become an overwhelming and daunting process. It may be frustrating when you discover that you cannot get the position you want or the salary you want... Keep on truckin »
How to Manage Your Cashflow in College and Save for Your Future

How to Manage Your Cashflow in College and Save for Your Future

This is a guest post by freelance publisher Amanda Brown. When emergencies come up, or when you’re ready to retire, you should have enough cash to cover expenses. Here are four steps to take to make sure you have enough cash when you really need it. Allocate A Portion of Your Income to Savings Image via Flickr by... Keep on truckin »
Tips for College Students to Gain Experience for Real World Employment

Tips for College Students to Gain Experience for Real World Employment

This is a guest post by freelance publisher Becky Wilcox. Sometimes planning the future is not just about the aftermath of college, but what is accomplished while attending school. Every college student covets their time because it is precious. Between homework, classes, a personal life, and work it is hard to find space... Keep on truckin »
Do Male Nurse’s Need a Different Career Plan from Women?

Do Male Nurse’s Need a Different Career Plan from Women?

This is a guest post by freelance publisher Brianna Jones. Even though women tend to dominate the nursing field, men are making it known that they can do the job just as well as women can. The numbers continue to rise and more men are working in nursing as the years progress. Since there is such a high demand for nursing... Keep on truckin »
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