Many of us run on the instinct that we can fend for ourselves in all circumstances. This is especially true during our college careers, because as you make your way through the academic world, you’re unraveling your own capabilities atContinue reading… Don’t Be Shy – Ask Your Professor!
So your ambition is to make your first million by 25? Have people calling you “the new Bill Gates” by 30? Time to start looking into an MBA. But be careful. What you find might not be what you expect.Continue reading… Mind Your Own Business … School
“I have an MBA”. Bully for you. So what good is it? Is it worth two years full time at $18,000 – $25,000 per year, plus room, board, books and numerous extra fees just to have bragging rights? Or willContinue reading… Is This Degree Necessary?
Science technicians apply the principles and theories of science and mathematics to solve problems in research and development. Through their work scientists in these fields help invent and improve products and processes that help lower the costs and increase theContinue reading… Job Outlook Good for Science Majors
One wag was quoted as saying that the only career a political scientist is fit for is teaching political science. While an academic career is one option, there many others to choose from. For example, non-profit organizations, government agencies, politicalContinue reading… Hitting the Road with Political Science Majors – Just What’s Out There?
The news is good! If you majored in elementary education, your employment potential is on the rise. The current population of K-6 teachers around the country is aging and for the next ten years schools will be hiring an all-timeContinue reading… Everybody Educates Somebody Sometime
Holding a college degree can double a job candidates chances of being hired over non-degree holding competitors. Additionally, the right major can add up to $20,000 to an employee’s annual salary. While choosing the right major can hold enormous benefitsContinue reading… Consider the Big Picture Before Choosing a Major
When asked to describe the subjects that most interest them, student’s answers often come as a surprise to their parents. The truth is, parents, teachers even friends can hold pre-conceived notions about the strengths, interests and aptitudes of those aroundContinue reading… Discover What Most Interests You
While visiting my parents a few days ago we got to talking with my younger brother about college as he is wrapping up most of his applications right now and its the “hear back” season soon follow up with “makeContinue reading… Things I wish I knew before going to college