Monthly Archives: March 2009

Parent Resource Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

Should a Recession Affect the Major that a College Student Chooses? Some careers maintain success and stability even during periods of recession and economic downturn. We explored whether a recession should impact what students were choosing as majors – and … Continue reading

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College Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

3 summer programs for high school students By Jessica Assimon Article courtesy of Next Step Magazine When summer rolls around, the last thing you want to think about is anything educational. (This is your vacation, after all.) But some high … Continue reading

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Job Search Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

De-stressing your job search Did you graduate in December (or perhaps even last May) and are freaking out because you still haven’t found an entry-level job? Here are some ways to de-stress your job search: 1. Remain calm. Seriously, it’s … Continue reading

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Networking Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

Considering Entrepreneurship: First steps to starting your own business Reprinted from the Lindsey Pollak Blog A recent New York Times featured a front-page story about how the recession is prompting some people to start their own businesses instead of looking … Continue reading

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20 Something Crisis Survival Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

Reprinted from The Huffington Post Dear Christine, I have gotten to the point of despair when it comes to finding a job. I know I am not alone in this terrible market, but I am starting to lose all motivation. … Continue reading

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