My professors are great, but I am finding that now that I am in the work force that I do not have the proper background for the position. How can they guide you you one way because you do feel passion for it, but didn't know you will never be a complete success. You owe money and you need to work
I have a lot of paralegal experience, just from earning my B.A. I would like to advance into Homeland Security, but I am finding it hard to meet the job qualifications for a position in this field because of my age and my inability to join the Army or other national force. Was my education pointle
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?
I want to know what terms or words I should be looking towards to obtain a career in my new field. I don't care if its government or a company or even a social impact group because I would get the chance to help people also while getting some sort of experience in my field. Especially, when I am c
I have an opportunity to attend a job fair, but for one day, the amount seems to be a little extreme. I just wanted to know are these expenses worth it considering the connections one may make. Especially when the job fair is Women in Aviation and my Master's degree is in Criminal Justice in Homela
I am actually still in school for about three more weeks and I am finishing my thesis on Cybercrime. My experience is in Sociology and the Legal field. I am self-motivated and a hard-worker who learns pretty fast. I am anxious to get a career, but I am 41 years old and have been out of work for a
One of my main goals is to become involved in the political mechanism of the U.S., perhaps out of a naive desire to be influential and to communicate radical ideologies to lawmakers. I would like to know of some of the traits which are prominent in people who are politically successful or are seekin
I am considering a career in the realm of Political Science, and I would like to participate in government-based activities during and after my educational experience.
I would like to have some deeper insight on both careers to help me decide which one would be a better choice for me to work towards. I had my heart set on going into the medical field, but a few years ago a had an incident in which some police officers helped save my life. It has made deciding whic
when I applied for fafsa, I had to pay $78. I am not sure why I had to pay for it. I thought it was free...
I know that many forensic scientists work in laboratories and even police stations, but who hires them? Where would I go to to apply after I graduate from college? Is it through the government? Or are there private companies that can help with private parties?
I'm looking everywhere for scholarships, and I need reliable sites or sources. How can I finance my own education? Please help :)
I want to eventually become a judge. When I was researching several law schools, I came across a survey and it said that most people who major in Pre-law aren't prepared for law school and are less likely to get admitted into one.
I'm interested in foreign policy, politics, international relations and national security. I am also majoring in intelligence management and would love to make this my career.
I'm looking for a future in government and foreign affairs, following in my mother's footsteps, and I've always been curious of the effects of gender imbalances in government on women.
My dream is to be a foreign service officer for the State Department and I know that you can intern at certain Embassies but I'm not sure what else to do to prepare for a career in government.
I know a lot of students struggle with what they are going to do in life, I know I sure do. It would help to have direction on how to find your passion or inspiration
I am concerned at the idea that our eonomy is based on credit which in actuality is noting.
I am studying these two subjects and is planning to graduate June of 2017.
I want to study a major in Political Science, but my father passed away some months ago which was debastating for my family's economy.
My mother's job is not well payed and I also have two younger brothers. I am a US Citizen, and so are my brothers, but my mom isn't and my dad wasn't one. I am curre
These next four years, I will be working hard to earn my undergraduate degree. However, I want to know some of the best graduate schools that will assist me into becoming a community public official.
I aspire to become a public official in a community, such as a mayor etc. I want to become more informed about politics, law and how communities work in order to help guide and improve them.
I am curious to how this can affect my future career path.
This is the degree I am pursuing and I love politics and government work!
Since tenth grade I've wanted to be a diplomat. I know it's not exactly a "common" choice but it's not too easy to find information about becoming a diplomat and I'm very curious.
Are there a lot of jobs requiring language skills?
I am just concerned about whether I can have a career aligned with my area of interest or whether I should start planning for otherwise.
I am very concerned about future job opportunities. I am attending Georgetown university in the fall, and I want to maximize my skills for the future job market.
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