Monthly Archives: March 2010

NEW College Women Student Leadership Speaker Presentation

Maria Pascucci, president of Campus Calm, has a message for rising women leaders of today and tomorrow: “Those who love themselves enough to take care of themselves have the energy to be real leaders, real problem solvers and real change-makers. … Continue reading

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Freshman Transition Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

March is spring break month! Time to leave campus, sleep, travel to a (warm) destination and to socialize with old friends and family. It’s a well-deserved break that comes in the middle of your first semester if you just began … Continue reading

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Teen Parenting Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

Challenging Kids – What Works, What Doesn’t By Barbara McRae, MCC Not surprisingly, parents usually contact me for help when they’re dealing with challenging teenagers. The complaints revolve around: being disrespectful, not abiding by the household rules, refusing to apply … Continue reading

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Job Search Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

10 Ways to Turn Your Job Search Frown Upside-Down Today’s entry-level job search is frustrating. It’s almost infuriating. You sound perfect for an open position and then you read minimum 2 years experience required. And you’re thinking, “How can I … Continue reading

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Recent College Graduate Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

The Power of Throwing Away 10 Things a Day By Nancy Barry Speaker and Author of When Reality Hits: What Employers Want Recent College Graduates to Know Look around. What do you see? Stacks of paper everywhere? There aren’t many … Continue reading

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