I really like art, but I don't know if I want to major in it, but I sure don't want to give it up either. I would like a steady and decent paying job but also to keep up with my art skills.
I'm just hoping to help pay for college
I am asking this question because I am assure of what career I want to follow and in the case that I choose one but change, I want to know the best option to take.
I'm just having a hard time deciding what exactly to major in
While in college people struggle to make bills and payments each month. How can one make it easier to live and be successful while attending college?
I've heard that a person can meet just as many people through both a club or an intramural sport. But which of these two would result in better recommendations concerning job possibilities, personal connections, etc. (question is directed towards college clubs and intramural sports)
What classes and how many years do I need of college to become a counselor?
I am thinking about becoming a counselor one day. As I am too young now, how can I practice and perfect learning the job. What are good tips that I can learn so that one day I can be very good.
I am interested in beginning a career in child developmental psychology as a counselor.
I've always known that I want to go into the medical field, but lately I've been taking an interest to counseling.
One of my parents makes lots of money on paper but they have to take care of 5 other people along with bills, taxes, and stuff for siblings' college. Will I get the money I need?
I want to be able to get a wide range of internship experience while I am in college. I don't want to narrow my focus.
I want to be successful in my life, and I believe that attending college will improve my chances. It places a huge amount of pressure on me to pick a major for my career that I am not sure that I will enjoy. With the opportunity to become a first generation college student in my family I don't have
My name is Syeda and currently I am working on my associate degree in Biology at Hudson county community college. I want to be a doctor so I wanted to take summer classes this year to get my education completed as soon as possible. Unfortunately, I couldn't take them because I didn't have a job and
I am Nigerian and all I have ever heard from my mom is that I should be a BSN or pharmacy. To please her, and to avoid conflict, I enrolled in college for nursing. I was unhappy. It took a while for me to gather my courage and change my major to biology. I did not inform them of the change so when t
I recently thought I found the perfect major and minor. I was really excited to finally go from undecided to declaring my current major/minor, Apparel Merchandising and Product Development/Marketing. I was glad to finally share my decision with family and friends, only to have them make me second do
I am a recently graduated high school student, and I am majoring in Neuroscience at the University of Illinois at Chicago. I want to minor in Spanish and vocal performance. I am asking because I am unsure of how to minor in those particular fields of study while having a filled schedule for Neurosci
I like helping people and I love to give advice so I thought about being a high school counselor or something along those lines would be a career path for me. I just don't know what a counselor would major/minor in or the process it takes to become one. Anyone who knows anything would be a huge help
acceptance, rejection letters
I am looking into psychology, and some colleges I'm looking into have more professors in that field and I don't know if that means they have a better program or not? I also don't know what kinds of questions I need to ask to find out how good their program is.
My future college has a freshman course that gives a broad introduction to college and what it has to offer. I'm just wondering if I should take this class or trek on my own, develop my own perspective....
College is expensive as it is so how can I lower my costs of everyday living so I don't not have an overwhelming amount of college debt?
I recently attempted to learn calculus in high school and was failing miserably and my counselor was unable to let me change it until the grading period was over even though the year just started.
I want to be an interior designer.i want to own my own company as well. So do I major in business or something to do with art??
I have been told that getting a LICSW compared to a LPCC could be better? But I am not sure I want to learn more on social work, the systems. What is different between LICSW and LPCC. I was just accepted into the masters program and I wasnt sure this program will be for me?
I am from California (The Golden State) and I was wondering if it was a hard job to be a counselor for people like a couples counselor or a therapist.
If I become a counselor, how does technology relate to that? I need to know as many ways as possible. Please help, thanks! :)
Iam in 12th grade and i didn't appeared for ap test and idont have time to wait for next year
I would like to pursue a career as a substance abuse counselor