I work really hard and have a 4.0 GPA in college as a full time student, some kids that I talk to say that GPA doesn't matter in the real world. I am asking a professional, does a high GPA show for an excellent work ethic and intelligence?
hi my name is ryder but i go by cole. i want to be a police officer and i want to know what age i have to be to go to college.
I am a college student, declared in the electrical engineering major. I don't have a 3.0 at the moment but I would like to work in a field specific to my major and skills that I have acquired. Do you have any suggestions what kind of companies or places hire students with a GPA around 2.5?
Hi, I'm a senior who is about to go to college and want to know all the various opportunities out there to make money.
Hi, I am graduating high school this year and I wanted to apply for some internships at companies and/or hospitals. I would love to find out about some internships and how I can apply for them.
Currently a freshman in college, I am wondering what activities I should be pursuing to appeal more to employers for internships recruitment. Are there some activities that are more heavily weighed than others?
Does completing a co-op program during undergrad really improve your resume? Is it likely that the company you do your co-op with will hire you after graduation? Is it worth it to take an extra year to complete your bachelor's degree?
I am a senior this year, and college is coming rapidly. I know money will be tight in college, but I also know I will be extremely busy going to class and studying. I am thinking I will likely get some kind of simple teenager-ish part-time job (fast-food, retail, etc.) while going to school i
Hi there, I'll be graduating in an year and I'm looking through my career paths and job experiences.
I have lots of experiences of living abroad and willing and wanting to work anywhere in the world.
I think some values of skills of HR management really fits to me; such as listening skills, freedom
I am majoring in Cognitive Science and am curious what job opportunities are out there for someone with my degree.
What tips could help students in their first job, dos and don'ts?
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?
I just finished my first semester and am currently looking for a job. Since I don't really have much experiences in college yet, is it alright that I add some of my high school experiences, awards, etc. to this resume?
I am currently a junior in college and its time to get a REAL internship this summer, if you know what I mean. I was abroad this past fall semester and now its time to figure out how to get a job for the summer that will put my studies into action.
I am asking this question because I want to major in Biology or Biochemistry in college but I am unsure of the career paths I can take.
How did having an internship help you with your career and how long after did it take you to get the job?
How can I make the best of my college experience? Will I get good grades online or is it better not to take the risk?
If I have an interest in writing, history, and the humanities, how can I use in that in the college world? What advice do you have for someone who wants to start a club?
Which kind of job should I look for? What work experience should I list? What as a type of job that would be easy to get as a college student?
I am trying to find internships in order to gain some experience.
I've been looking for part time jobs to earn extra money for college tuition.
I am graduating college in May and I am looking to branch out. It makes me nervous that I will not have as many resources in a new city. Looking for advice on networking in a new city where no one knows you.
I am a senior in college, graduating in May. I have begun looking for jobs, but many of my peers have not. I would like to know if I am wasting my time right now, or if I should have started searching sooner.
Is it personality? Is it the career itself?
I'm a full time student, but wanna try some related jobs to gain experience. I can only find full-time at this moment. I'm not available on the day time, so I'm thinking about the nigh shift full-time jobs, is this ok? Any suggestion for me, to take night shift full time jobs or part time?
I just obtained my associates degree in accounting and have been having a hard time finding a job that doesn't require previous experience
I'm generally pretty level-headed, but when the pressure is on and difficult questions are being asked I tend to get a little off track. I need help!
I think I want to go there for college, but I am a little hesitant and would want some personal opinions.
If you could go back in time, what would you have changed about your college experience? What are the things you're happy you did and wouldn't change? I'm looking for suggestions regarding all aspects of college -- academic, social, personal -- everything. I'd especially appreciate advice specific t
I am currently a sophomore in a community college. This fall, I will be transferring to a four year university with a Junior standing. I am going to declare my major as Accounting. However, I have had an interest in teaching since I was young. I would like to minor in Teaching English as a Foreig