Career questions tagged graduates
What the key differences between undergraduate and graduate school?
I'm a current undergraduate student who will be graduating in the spring (if things go according to plan), and while graduate school wasn't originally part of my plan, it's something I've begun considering. I've found that there seems to be less advice out there regarding grad school as opposed to undergrad, possibly because graduate school varies a lot more depending on which field you're planning on going into. For reference, I'm considering pursuing a Master's in Higher Education, so I'm wondering what to expect from graduate school. Is it more hands-on than undergrad? Did you feel that it was more demanding because you had to balance studies with an assistantship or something like that? #school #college #schools #colleges #graduate-school #graduate-schools #university #universities #undergraduate #graduate #undergraduates #graduates #advice #college-advice #experience #experiences #future #masters-degree #degrees #degree #higher-education #education #july #july20 #scholarship
How has COVID-19 impacted the hiring of new grads graduating in May 2020 at your place of employment?
#tech #technology #first-job #covid19 #computer #information-technology #computer-science #engineering #stem #compsci #graduates
I am graduating College soon and want to gain workexperience, how do I go about this?
I am a Dutch university student, and want to leave the netherlands when I get my degree in June 2017. My plan is to take a year of, so I can gain experience in the field of law. However, I am a liberal arts and sciences students and I am struggling to find something I can do. I would love to work anywhere in the world, but need to consider the issue of money unfortunately. #law #internships #graduates
On a scale of 1 to 10, how important are your SAT & ACT scores in determining admission into college?
I am a high school student (junior) and I attend a school based on engineering. Although I am a straight A's student and am involved in my community and school, I am a bit worried about my test scores. #graduates
Given that they are used in a constructive manner, how much does having social media (such as Facebook, Instagram, etc...) improve your chances of receiving scholarships?
I have been applying for the scholarships that students qualify for in their junior year of high school, and many of them ask you to post statements to your social media to improve your chances of receiving the scholarship. I do not have social media accounts and was wondering if making these accounts for the purpose mentioned above improve my chances or are they looking for active usage of these accounts? #college #students #scholarship #graduates #committees #enrollment #officials
How do I know what major to select?
Throughout the early stages of my college career, I was unsure of what I wanted "to be when I grew up." With so many choices, I understand many other students are wondering the same thing. I wanted to expand the clarity from other individuals on what newly applied students should do in this case. #college #teaching #teacher #students #professors #graduates #undecided
What are some classes I should take in undergraduate college to be a pediatrician?
I would love to be a pediatrician. [P.S. This question was edited by a site admin for grammar and clarity.] #medicine #medicine-school #students #professors #professionals #doctors #graduates #nurses
What are some good careers for statistics majors with a Bachelors degree?
Statistics is what I will be majoring in at Penn State, and I am wondering what others who have earned Bachelors Degrees in Statistics do once they graduate? #major #statistics #graduates #mathematics #math #career
I am currently a freshman majoring in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Rochester and I was wondering about possible careers/work places with a Masters in BME?
As a college student majoring in BME, I would like to know some of the possible jobs I can get upon graduation #college #biomedical-engineering #engineering #graduates
What specific majors can I take for Hospitality & Business?
Hi I am a senior in high school, and I recently went on a website named iseek.org - I recently took the ISEEK Career Cluster Interest Survey, and my matching top career cluster were Hospitality and Business management. Now,aside from taking business classes in college, what exactly are some core classes I can look into taking, as well as outside things I should get involved in? #college #business #accounting #travel #hospitality #graduates #tourism #leisure