like clubs, sports ect...
is communication a good degree or just average
I want to go to an Ivy and then law school, and my parents have to pay for my 2 sisters´ college too; they can't afford both. Someone help me out, please. I'm a two-sport varsity athlete (tennis and field hockey), I play trumpet, piano, and flute, and I'm a really good public speaker who's not...
I go to an academically challenging school, and after hitting the ground running freshman year, I hit the sophomore slump with less As than I'd like. I even got my first C. My grades in junior year are all As and A+s.
What are the best ways to stand out in college applications without burning myself out from too many extracurricular activities?
I’m trying to get inti an Ivy and i want to be different from my peers. I’m leading a few clubs and I’m a member in many more, but i’m afraid its not enough. What can I do?
I haven't even solidified a major or decided what my "dream job" would be. I've tried these tests that are supposed to link me with jobs but none of them make sense to me.
How can I figure out the right career for me if I have many different interests For example, I want to go into a career that has to do with sports and business but I don't know where to start finding the right career for me. ?
I love social media marketing, marketing in general, photography, and sports management (I have a leadership-driven personality).
What are the best schools for fashion design and business?
I am two years post undergrad and have been working in patient care since graduation. I am looking into getting my masters in genetics counseling. I want to make sure the career is right for me and get some experience before applying, any advice?