Monthly Archives: October 2007

Recent College Graduate Expert’s Tip – October

Entering the real world will be a bit of a rude awakening. It’s wonderful, but different from anything you’ve experienced before. I don’t want to scare you. I just want you to be prepared. Your life will be different, but … Continue reading

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College Planning Expert’s Tip – October

Undecided about your major? So, you’re undecided. You get a little jealous twinge when you hear a classmate or friend talk about how they’ve known since the sixth grade they’ve wanted to be an archeologist or study math theorems. But … Continue reading

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Career Planning Expert’s Tip – October

Let’s talk student stress and careers: I remember that I was stressed about my future career when I was just a sophomore in high school! It’s funny – looking back, I think to myself, “Why was I so worried about … Continue reading

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Youth Entrepreneurship Expert’s Tip – October

A Hobby into a Business? Do you have a hobby that you really enjoy? Do you love to sing and make music? Maybe you’re into collecting basketball cards or creating custom MySpace pages for yourself or for friends. Now, have … Continue reading

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Time Management Expert’s Tip – October

As your prepare for your first onslaught of tests, if you have created possible test questions as you have read assignments and attended class, you should have a stack of 3 x 5 cards. Carry these with you everywhere and … Continue reading

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