Monthly Archives: June 2009

Mental Health Survivor Expert’s Tip of the Month – June

Planning Ahead… The semester is ending and summer fun is just around the corner. When I think of college and June I remember it as a time of relaxation, orientation into a new summer job, summer crushes, summer school, and … Continue reading

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Career Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – June

Last-Minute Job-Hunting Tips for Graduating Seniors Graduation is upon you. In fact, you may have already picked up your cap and gown. You’re excited because you are ready for the next phase of your life. You are done with mid-terms, … Continue reading

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Parent Resource Expert’s Tip of the Month – June

Ways for your College Student to Spend Summer Break For college students, summer break is a chance to get caught up in coursework, earn money for the next semester, prepare for their career or simply relax and reconnect with friends … Continue reading

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Teen Parenting Expert’s Tip of the Month – June

My Momma Told Me … By Barbara McRae, MCC Spring is often associated with new growth and the sweetness of new love. For teenagers it’s a time of change and choices as they face finals and form new social attachments. … Continue reading

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Job Search Expert’s Tip of the Month – June

“Entry-level” redefined It’s probably no big secret that the definition of “entry-level” has changed dramatically in recent years. Whereas it used to mean you had a degree and no experience—you would be trained on the job—this is certainly no longer … Continue reading

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