Many colleges have work-study programs that will assist you with part-time earnings. The advantage of a job within the school structure is the work-around on your courses and better understanding of fitting the work schedule to your course load//hours. I would suggest setting up a meeting with the
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Often during the interview process, you will be given some guidance of the dress code for the position or company. There is an understanding that your are in school and may not have an extensive work wardrobe, but if it is a conservative, formal environment, you will need to invest in some basic dar
Answer to: How does one master an interview?
Great advice from Agata to be yourself. The worst approach is to memorize and try to think of what an interviewer WANTS to hear from you. Trust me, they have heard everything and can tell a fake reply from one that is spoken from the heart. It definitely helps to go through some common questions and
Answer to: Easiest way to get scholarships?
There are actually publications out there that will assist students in researching all the available grants and scholarships available. And they are very thick publications!! Check out Amazon for some of the better quality ones, or even better, if you have access to a local library, they often wil
Answer to: What are some study skills or daily habits that really helped you stay organized in college or a busy work life?
Be aware of your best ways to retain information. It's common nowadays to take laptops right in the classroom and type away taking notes or even using recorders. Some students will just keep those notes or recordings and reuse them when it's test time. But many students and even those of us in the w
One option to consider is to look at attending a local community college or less expensive university for the first two years to fulfill the type of core requirements and basic courses you would need within your area of interest. Looking at the univeristies you would eventually like to attend whe yo
Wow-- great career choice. Both US News and the college ranking site have the same listing for the top schools. I've attached the quick shot list here for you. http://www.uscollegeranking.org/engineering/best-aerospace-aeronautical-astronautical-undergraduate-engineering-colleges.html
Sofia, wanting to be organized and prepped for the chances hitting you as you enter college is a great idea. For a lot of students, it can be quite a change from their high school experience. Most colleges will encourage the use of an organizer and calendar to carry with you daily. You can also dow
Answer to: What is the best marketing college in Texas?
Myles, there are a number of colleges in Texas that have a good marketing program. I've attached a listing below. http://www.bestedsites.com/marketing/texas/ If you are looking for the very top school, the University of Texas-Austin is ranked as the #5 program in the U.S. by the US News ranking tha
Wonderful choice!! it's never too early to start at least volunteering at your local hospitals. With the major insttitutions we have in my area, you can express an interest to volunteer in certain areas and I would imagine the hospitals in your area would offer the same. This will allow you to beco
Answer to: What jobs can you get for Women's Studies?
Joana, this topic is certainly one that is current and can open a lot of opportunities for you. There is a wide range of career paths that a major or minor in this area can lead, much of dependent on other interests you may have. Possible career paths can be in social services, education, business,
Jasmine: Being you are in san Francisco, there are also several schools on the west coast that are nationally ranked for their aeronautical engineering progreams among them Standford, University of Washington and University of California. A couple Big Ten schools in the MW, namely Purdue and Michig
Hi Soriah. Agree, check out universities and colleges near you that have dance programs. I always recommend to students I talk to use their local resources at schools and ask them how to proceed in moving forward in the desired emphasis or degree they are wanting to pursue. Most schools will look at
Jazzmin, though I work in finance now, my original major/degree in college was European History. There are many avenues open to you beyond the traditional idea of teaching. Through my own experience, I can tell you that history majors are often sought in fields such as editing and publishing, advert
HI Jazzmin! Most librarians who lead either mid-size to large institutions, schools or historical archives will a degree in Library and Information Science. Yes, there is such a degree which often surprises people. I'm attaching a link to a listing of those universities offering the degree. I would