Monthly Archives: January 2009

Parent Resource Expert’s Tip of the Month – January

Understanding (and overcoming) the Challenges that face First-Generation College Students Tip courtesy of University Parent Media While some students’ eyes may glaze over when their parents recall their college days, these students have an advantage. First-generation college students who are … Continue reading

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Networking Expert’s Tip of the Month – January

How much does GPA matter when you’re job hunting? Reprinted from the Lindsey Pollak Blog Q: Everything is so much more competitive these days. Will I ever get a good job when I graduated with a 2.0 GPA? A: Some … Continue reading

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20 Something Career Expert’s Tip of the Month – January

Don’t Be a Tailgater When I lived in the east, I thought tailgating was a Big Apple thing. After all, that gelled with everything I’d ever heard about New Yorkers. Imagine my surprise when I moved to Chicago and discovered … Continue reading

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Nutrition Expert’s Tip of the Month – January

~Natalie Butler Nutrition Expert, Campus Calm

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Career Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – January

Networking is More than ‘Nine to Five’ When it comes to networking and job hunting, you never know when opportunity will strike. On the subway, on the plane, at the gym, you never know when you might meet someone—face to … Continue reading

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