Seth Daniel Bernstein
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I am planning ahead for my future in college and would love to learn more about the application process. #college #college-admissions #college-advice #higher-education #career
I currently pursuing my Bachelor's degree in environmental sciences, and I originally was going to pursue a master's and a Ph.D. after its completion. However, in speaking to advisors, classmates and a couple of individuals in related fields, I have become hesitant about my original plan. With...
I'm thinking about majoring in nursing
#nursing-schools #nursing #higher-education
I am interested in both #political-science and #music-education, but they are two very different majors and career paths. I am afraid that if I commit to one, I will regret my choice later in life. #college-major
I am shy and find it easy to stay to myself, but I would like to make new friends at my university. Is rooming with three other people a good way to make, at least, a few good friends, or should I make friends through another alternative? #friends #college #higher-education #education #career...
I am working currently and belatedly on my bachelor's degree in psychology and education at SUNY Old westbury as an adult transfer student. But my REAL passion is and has been for a long time now, to work towards helping young people find the college of their choice and get into exciting degree...
#college #real-world #opportunities #higher-education
I have no interest in becoming a doctor or in the medical field really, but my family is pressuring me to do something in it so I have opted to do what I want but with a little of their influence hence the nursing. #college #psychology #nursing #healthcare #higher-education #hospital-and-health-care
I have heard that in the contiguous US, it is really hard to get a job as a nurse with only an associates degree in that field. #college #nurse #healthcare #career-counseling #health #hospital #bachelors-degree #associates-degree
When pursuing a major in Psychology, is earning a Doctorate in this particular field where the actual jobs come in?
I've always been interested in the field of Psychology, and I was thinking of taking that up as a minor. So while weighing my options, it was only natural that I question what degree is required to reap the greatest opportunities. #college #psychology #higher-education #medical-education
The most exciting part of research to me is going out in the field and working with animals and in the environment, but I'm concerned that in my career I'll get stuck analyzing data and not doing field work. Any advice?
I'm going into Ecology & Environmental Biology and I love working with animals on the field and studying animal cognition in the wild or at a sanctuary. However, it seems to me that professionals in biology often spend their time analyzing data in the lab or writing grants, which I would fine...