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
What is it that social workers do
Im currently a junior in high school and i want a career in Mental Heath social work for kids specifically but any age is fine. I curious how i should go about it with colleges. Also if its worth it, i understand that the pay isnt he best but is the personal satisfaction enough? Im thinking od major
In all aspects, including socially, academically, financially, career-wise,etc., how do Ivy Leagues compare to other colleges/universities? Does their prestige affect the overall outcome of one's future?
I know it is a well known topic, but I thought my situation is different since am a student and my girlfriend and I are living together? How can I manage studying/working and spending time with the loved ones? Which one is more important since what I do is important to guarantee a decent life for al
I've been in college for one year, and I'm currently in my second year. College has been much harder on me than I expected it to be, and I often find myself spending the majority of my time studying for my classes. I want to go out and have fun, but I see my friends and classmates studying and worki
From a person who likes to observe someone's mental mind, how would knowing the mind, and knowing why someone does what they do help them in the future and make them become a better person. How will talking to someone and hearing their problems help you become a better person? How can sympathy crea
Should I focus more about connections or about having a great GPA?
My cousin focused on taking classes related to business & finance while in high school. He also joined clubs dealing with entrepreneurship. So what did you do?
Entrepreneurship is a big step and you need a lot of connections to achieve it! My cousin actually got into that field by connections because it isn't easy.
I was recently in a meeting with a judge hopping she would be my mentor to help me into the field of law and i think there were many times when we had those awkward silence moments and i just hope that my terrible social skills didn't mess it up.
During jobs, school searches, I guess class could count to. What is the best way in making a great first impression to the people that you meet?
i wanted to help the poor and to do the social service and spend my life with health field
I love public speaking and I thrive in social environments; how do I make a career out of these strengths?
I am a 2nd year student of MSW (Masters in Social work) and want to know different career option i have and what is the pay i can get
I like to build a bridge .. which should be long life and my remember will be that mine that
I want to work with people but I don't know what careers could best suit my skillset.
I would like to become a doctor, and going to college soon, so I'm wondering how important my social life is and what part it should play in school.
unable to understand social
Im a chemical engineering student in my senior year and i have every social but Facebook and twitter are the least i use. Im very active on snapchat, instagram, and linked in. Will a "recruiter", not sure what they are called, be asking for any social app?
IM worried about passing and having a hard time transitioning from high school to college
Hi,I am a MSW first year student,i took up this course as i am interested in social service, I would also like to pursue a career in the same,Just wanted to know am i in the right track.
As a student in 11th grade, I am currently thinking about my future and what path to take (Colleges). I have a very high GPA, and impressive leadership resume. I take education very seriously and often stress about college and what it will be like. Financially, socially, academically etc… what is on
The rigor of school is stressful as it is with out trying to have a social life. Recommendation letters and networking is obvious, but what other benefits can come from maintaining a strong bond with your professor?
I believe that industry has a whole has the power and minds to start the clean revolution. Creating products that not only don't hurt, but are beneficial to the environment is not easy, and requires a lot of different perspectives. If I want to grow up and start businesses that not only don't hurt
Is the best strategy to bombard them with kindness? Or is it more of an "ends justify the means" situation? What can I do to encourage people and help them believe that they, too, are capable of change?
Although the point of college is to learn and become educated for future careers, I've been told the importance of networking. I am wondering, from others' personal experiences, how being social and networking may have helped them build their careers.
I want to become a lawyer.i am interested in studying social science.I want to take up arts.But many advice me to take up science due to more career options.