Neha Trivedi

HR Manager Talent Development at Alight Solutions
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When you were a student, did you do anything outside of school to build skills or get knowledge that has helped your career?

I did lots of volunteer work related to my different areas of interest. Volunteering helped me do two things: 1. Make a difference in the community 2. I was able to learn more and get exposed to different fields, get some experience and figure out if I really wanted to pursue professions in those areas. 3. I was able to connect with mentors and leaders who helped me figure out my path. I also shadowed people that inspired me or were in roles that I thought were interesting.


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Great question Darin! In general, studying abroad can be very rewarding in many ways, including but not limited to: broadening your worldview, personal growth, gaining new life skills and knowledge of other cultures, and potentially advancing your career. Personally, I found my opportunity...

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Great questions! You'll find some good information at this site: http://zaa.org/ And for average salary information, check out: https://www.thebalance.com/zoologist-career-description-125939 Hope these sites help to answer your questions. Good...

Active Nov 05 '17 at 19:15
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Hi Matthew, Sounds like you're pretty passionate about pursuing Zoology! While you are in school, you can gain experience by supplementing your studies through volunteer opportunities at local zoos, nature preserves or even animal shelters. Additionally, while you're in your program at a...

Active Oct 28 '17 at 19:24
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Free tutoring depends on the college or university. Make sure you ask that question before enrolling - find out what kind of tutoring is offered if any and if there is a cost. Good luck to...

Active Oct 28 '17 at 19:06
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Hi Taylor! Congrats on your next steps as you go to college! It can be hard to decide what to take with you. I also didn't have a car when I went to university and ended up taking way too much. There is a pretty good list here to start with:...

Active Oct 28 '17 at 18:54
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Hi Megan, Though I'm not a nurse, there is a site that may help as you're researching scholarships for nursing. Check out: http://www.bestcolleges.com/financial-aid/nursing-scholarships/ I hope that helps! Best wishes to...

Active Oct 28 '17 at 18:47
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Hi Kyrsten! This is a dilemma that many students face -having multiple interests and then trying to decide which path to take. I'll share a bit of my experience and then some suggestions. I have always had many interests (like Marine Biology, Medicine, Anthropology, Archaeology, Anatomy,...

Active Oct 28 '17 at 18:40
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Thanks for sending in this question. While most physical therapy degrees are for practicing physical therapy in a clinic or hospital setting, there are other career opportunities for physical therapists. There is a great deal of information about this here:...

Active Oct 28 '17 at 18:14
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Great question! All doctors take an oath to heal others. However, what they do depends on what they specialize in. In general doctors learn about anatomy, physiology, pathology, microbiology, pharmacology, and many other subjects to ultimately be able to help people recover and heal from...

Active Oct 28 '17 at 17:59
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Hi Emma, I too had the same question when I was considering colleges. From my experience and learning from others, here are a few questions to ask yourself when settling on the 'right' college: 1. Does it have your field of study (what you are interested in doing?) How is that program...

Active Oct 16 '17 at 22:46
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Dear Jada, Great question. I'm a cultural anthropologist, but like you I started out with a love for studying bones. If you want to get into Forensic Anthropology, I'd suggest that you definitely read up on it to understand what it takes to prepare. Here are a few sites to start with:...

Active Oct 15 '17 at 15:08
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Great question! For new graduates, many companies look for the following general qualities: 1. Great communication skills: writing, reading, presenting, comprehension, basically the ability to communicate well with others. That also means not being so involved with your smartphone that you...

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