I plan to get my bachelor's degree in social work with a focus on community organization and nonprofit managment. I want to work with nonprofit programs and government programs in the future, and I would on e day love to start my own nonprofit organization. Would it be more beneficial for me to purs
I am interested in knowing more about music therapy, what are the available training programs in Canada ?
3rd year Psychology major student, interested in knowing more details about what it takes to become a therapist. (e.g. degree requirement, training program length, certificate... etc.)
I am in a High School program that requires an internship by the end of senior year. I was wondering how I would approach companies to possibly land an internship in companies( I am leaning towards engineering companies). I would graciously appreciate it if anyone could explain what should I include
I have been working as network/security technical support for the last 10 plus years. I have done Microsoft and Cisco Certifications many years before and got into networking. I plan to change my career line(non technical). I did not complete my undergraduate degree. Although I have 45 credits o
I'm studying computer science and I would like to know what it is like working in a big company like Google or Microsoft? How do you report to the team, it is a good environment?
I'm a high school student, I'm not applying to colleges yet, but I would like a headstart so that I know what colleges to apply to.
I will be graduating this semester and am thinking about graduate school. The school I currently attend has a bridge program that would allow me to complete my MBA in two semesters (option expires after 5 years). While all this is great, I have been told that getting out into the workforce to gain r
I love the program I'm taking, but there are some courses that are mandatory and not related to my field. It's easy to get motivated to study most of the courses, but the other mandatory courses also affect my GPA. So, how do I motivate myself to study hard and do very well on the courses that I dis
I always think that hearing about a program from someone else makes it better. I want to know if anyone really learned a lot from a program that I could potentially apply to! My interests are really broad though I love languages and biology! Thanks!
When it comes to careers, I generally want to choose a career that interests me. However, I haven't been able to narrow my interests down to a point where I can choose a career path that interests me. Some of my interests include: Biology, Technology, Music, Programming, Psychology, Philosophy, and
I'm a junior in high school. I have a pretty decent GPA and I have all A's. I've done a tone of program like internships abroad at hospitals and labs and I'm currently doing a leadership program with Princeton and a mentor-ship program with a pharmaceutical company called Novartis. I'm in 5 clubs an
My roommate was going to school and took a semester off because she was really unhappy and unclear of where she was headed. She started taking classes again, but still feels lost and without grasp of her future. We were talking over breakfast this morning as she was expressing her frustration to me.
I am international second-year undergraduate student studying in business school. Now I apply some positions in a club or pre-internship program, they all need to pass interviews. Do you have some useful tips?
I am turning 30 this year and life has not been exactly how I want it to be. I have a bachelors degree of applied science in Electronics Engineering from DeVry University but I graduated in 2009 I haven't had any type of tech Jobs. except one. and i feel that that job wasn't very technical sense qua
I hate tooting my own horn but...I'm the nerd's geek. In school, and I went to a pretty tough school (for USA), I performed equally well in pretty much anything I put effort into. Not only that, but my interests are so varied. I could spend all day reading literature, or analyzing film, watching his
Accounting student at Towson university
Now i am finance undergraduate, i find the master program which i think interesting. I hope to work in TMT group of investment banking.
Hello there I am in 10th grade at a technology school. I'm dying to be able to create a video game. So please advise what software tool I can use.
Is it possible to study Medicine after undertaking a bachelaor deree in Medical Laboratory science and Biotecnology?
I study Chinese in Taiwan and after I finished my one year of studying Chinese language I want to study Medical Laboratory Science and Biotechnology because it is the only program offered in English besides engineering courses. However my dream is to study Medicine.
There are health science program and pure & applied science in college. Which one should I choose if I want to be a clinical doctor?
Hey this is Amisha.i am in grade 10.by grade 12,I would have to apply to specific programs in universities but the problem is that, I can't find the career that would be the best for me.From school,my most favourite subject is math.i love math and I am a mathematical person.At the same time, I like
What are the chances for a student abroad to get accepted to a Summer Undergraduate Research program?
I'm a US citizen studying abroad. I am studying biology, junior. I applied to programs in the states to do a summer program there and hopefully get the chance to so I can learn new research techniques, preparation for seminars, etc.. Thank you
I am an international student, pursuing a Master's Degree in Electrical & Computer Engineer Carleton University.Is there any technical job which requires least coding?
Reason is that I am good at analytics, calculation , maths but bad at programming so I have a fear of note getting job due to my poor programming skills and I also think there might be many students like me who have same problem.
The following sentences are taken from Government of Canada France.gc.ca. "Can I choose any program of study I want at a Canadian institution? You have access to most of them, but not all. Some are “closed” or subject to quotas (as is the case in Medicine, Physiotherapy, Dentistry and Veterinary and
Hi, I did my undergrad in civil engineering from India and right now I am doing Applied Planning program in Vancouver and I am new here. There are lot of questions that are crossing my now like: 1. If I wanted to pursue my career as civil engineer, what are the job opportunities for recent graduate
My dream occupation is to work as a Data Scientist. I'm soon going to be completing my first semester as a physics student, as part of an incredibly prestigious physics program. We get to run an experiment at CERN in our third year! Thing is, I'm not really interested in working as a physicist. Shou
I am interested in philanthropy and foundations. There are no undergraduate or post-secondary programs in this field.What should I study, and where?
I haven't found any undergraduate university or college programs specific for a career in philanthropy. How do I get started?
Is a Bachelor's degree enough? If you commit to attending a university, will you really need a Master's degree to get a job?
So many careers have Master's and PhD programs. I don't know if i am ready for 5-10 years of university.
Some of my friends know exactly what they want to study, many others do not. It is such a big decision to make, and post-secondary education is very expensive. Is it worth it? If I drop out of a program, I don't know what I'll do next.
what can I become if I am interested in the fields of programming, physics, neuroscience and psychology?
As a student, I've experienced Lot of successful people with a goal in their life around my age. The only problem is, I am interested in so many fields! Please don't tell me that I don't need to have a fixed Goa, right now. It would be useful if you could just give me a few high paying jobs involvin