Posts Tagged ‘students

I’d like to apologize for my lack of posts lately. Having just graduated, I’m in the midst of a storm comprised of both rapid change and activity. I’ve finished classes, graduated, moved out of my apartment, moved back home, re-packed, moved back to my college town, and am preparing to begin full-time work next week. […]

As my college graduation draws near, I thought it would be beneficial for me to summarize the lessons I’ve learned, in order to help those who are just beginning this priceless four years of their lives. This post will contain the five most valuable truths I’ve learned in my four years at school. I truly […]

I’ll start this post by getting straight to the point and answering the question posed by the title. Ideally, a college student should start networking from DAY 1 of his/her freshman year, regardless of whether or not a major has been chosen. Practically speaking, every student should start NOW. It is believed that roughly 20% […]




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