What can you focus on?
I am currently in the job corps program, I will continue my studies after I complete my high school diploma.
Hi, I'm Navaeh I assume there will be benefits.
I have a college interview coming up and was told to prepare questions. What are unique ideas of things I could ask, mostly pertaining to UCLA's music industry major? Also, do you have interview tips?
What should I think of before changing my mind if I want to change the pathway after realizing that this path doesn't suit me?
What steps do you recommend I take to prepare for this field?
I consider myself crafty, so for me to learn how to use a certain tool shouldn't be hard. I also love learning how to use tools so I can say I know a new skill. I could also use that skill to create many other things and bring different opportunities.
In your opinion, how difficult is it for recent graduates of a college or job training program to get hired for an Auto Mechanic in the region – not difficult, somewhat difficult, or very difficult. Why?
I am finishing my high school diploma right now and I am starting the trade facilities maintenance to start to get the feeling of a real job. When I am finished with both, would I be more likely to receive a job in auto?
Hello, I am 18 years old and I am starting school to work in an auto body shop. I want to learn as much as I can about this job because I want to be able to own my own shop someday.
Hi, I'm currently interested in knowing more about programming jobs in my area, San Jose CA. I'm 17 years old and I have been interested in programming for almost 5 years I learned some coding languages but I wanna expand and learn more about game development and website development I have a...
Hi, I'm a high school junior at the moment. I've been wondering this question for a while- even if it may seem unreasonable for my age lol.
what are some important things to focus on as a high school student?
I try to get a good scholarship to help my family in the future because I don't want them carry about me
My sister did study abroad in college, I'm hoping to do the same. I'm going off her word that it is really fun and eye-opening. Is that the consensus everyone agrees on?
I've heard that college is a time for hard work but great fun. What is your personal experience with this?
Sometimes I find it hard to think of creative ideas, so I want to have some inspiration. So far I have thought of getting inspiration by walking outside, but at this point, I think I have gotten all the inspiration I could have gotten from walking outside.