Im currently a junior in high school and i want a career in Mental Heath social work for kids specifically but any age is fine. I curious how i should go about it with colleges. Also if its worth it, i understand that the pay isnt he best but is the personal satisfaction enough? Im thinking od major
Are there any resources which allow you to search grad schools by program and location?
I am a highly ambitious person and am aiming high in my choices of universities and I know to be accepted there are a lot of people that start preparing from now. The problem is I don't know what steps I can take to prepare for university or to make my application look really good when the time come
I want to find a job that is compatible with high school hours and homework but gives some job experience. The pay doesn't matter per say but above minimum wage would definitely be a plus.
In high school, most students usually learn stuffs that aren't related to their careers. It's true that math, reading, and science play a big role in the future, but shouldn't the school board minimize the amount of years learning those stuffs, and prioritize the effects of those core classes toward
As a high school student, motivation is taboo to me, just like it is to some other kids, but as for discipline, it was a word that I grew up with. By the time exams are about to come out, discipline was the word of those days. Was I motivated to learn those extra lessons, no. But I forced myself, by
I am very passionate about certain environmental and wildlife conservation causes. I have a few in mind that I would really love to start a charity for, but how would I go about this? How do I raise money and put together a 'campaign'? Are there any legal things I should know about?
Body language? Knowledge of your company's mission? Experience? Ambition and willingness to learn? GPA?
I just want to know people's thoughts on what they think about college.
Is this a growing field? Are there a lot of OTs?
I want to become a nurse.
I'm planning to be a social work major and everyone has been trying to convince me to change my major and telling me that social workers don't make much of anything. The reason I chose the major that I chose wasn't because of the money but because its something I will enjoy waking up and doing daily
One of the careers I'm looking at for the future is Occupational Therapy. To help me decide, I was wondering what an average day at work is like for an occupational therapist.
I'm 32yrs old and a mother of 2 boys! I've wanted to help deliver babies since I can remember. I have witnessed two babies to friends and one to my sister be born. It was AMAZING!!! I've been out of Hight School for 16yrs now. So I feel very lost when it comes to the best choices regarding school. I
I originally wanted to be a pediatrician because I love working with kids and I believe that that's what I want to do with my life. I love helping people especially children. I started college as a biology major but after taking courses in Biology, I realized that Biology isn't for me. Many advisors
If you are to work as a zoology. What is the time you come and leave work? Are there different times depending on your location and company?
Hi! I have an interview for an office assistant with the Computer Science department at my school. I was wondering if there was anything in particular I could do to help myself stand out from any competition? Even just general interview tips would help me right now..
Job Description: Help with admin
In one of my Grade 9 courses we were introduced to different types of technology and how to use them, for example we had to design a hydraulic hand as a group project with the options of using the woodshop, 3d printer and lazer cutter. When my group was in the designing stage I discovered my passio
I know that I want to major in engineering, but I am currently uncertain as to what specific major I want. If I get into college and decide to change my major from one field of engineering to another, how well do the classes overlap? Do I really have to know what specific field I want to go into bef
I am a junior in high school and i wanna be a neonatal nurse practitioner or obgyn but im not very good in math and science do you think its still a good idea or could i work through it?
I'm going to start college this year and I wonder about the best ways to get noticed and build report with the faculty and potential recruiters or interviewers for college jobs and internships? What are things to do and things to avoid?
What tips could help students in their first job, dos and don'ts?
Freshmen nowadays get confused on how to manage their work life and studying and having fun. Any advice to help them to be more organize?
I am a junior in high school, and I have a pretty decent GPA (3.7+). I am taking many advanced placement classes, and I'm doing well in them. I have been thinking about my future recently, since I will need to decide soon whether I want to go to college or not. What options other than going to colle
Would it be easy to find a job? Is it difficult adjusting to the life of a professional engineer, in contrast to the previous life as an engineering student?
I am a junior in high school. I am looking to apply to colleges next summer and just wanted to get a heads up to see what I was aiming for.
I am asking this because I am currently completing my senior year of high school and college is around the corner and I would like to know what my future possibilities would be before I commit to a certain major.
Applying to graduate programs now.
I am very interested in creating an art based summer camp for children some time in the future, but know very little about the logistics of it all. If anyone has experience in this field, let me know!
I am a junior in high school, and I will be applying to colleges in the following school year. I am a little lost on what I want to pursue in college, and I've always wanted to take a break from school to figure out what my dreams and aspirations are, as well as explore other opportunities and exper