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How College and University Students Can Start Preparing Now to Score Their Dream Jobs

In college or university, you will learn and practice the skills associated with your chosen career path, and these skills will help you become a competent job seeker and employee. The more you know, learn, and practice, the greater your chances of scoring a dream job. Here are a few ways to prepare and to get your career off to a phenomenal start. Read more >

Get Active and De-stress

College and university can be stressful, so much so that the stress can take a toll on mental and physical health, as well as social relationships. Finding ways to de-stress is the best way to combat the negative effects of school-related stress, and this includes relaxing, connecting with others, and getting active. Read more >

Protecting Yourself Online: A Brief Guide for College and University Students

For all the amazing things that the internet has to offer, like its ability to connect you to people and with information from around the world, it can also be dangerous. It’s especially dangerous for vulnerable members of society, like children and the elderly, but it can even put college and university students at risk. Read more >

5 Ways to Improve Your Study Habits

Studying is integral to college or university life. Like many aspects of academia, however, studying can be complicated and stressful. It can be even more stressful if you don’t have disciplined study habits. These habits may include practicing effective time management, studying in a quiet place, avoiding cramming sessions, etc. But there are even more specific techniques that can help improve your study habits. Read more >

Signs You Should Think About Changing Your Major

College majors aren’t set in stone, which is beneficial to many students. It’s beneficial because interests change, people grow and a major that fit your freshman self may not fit your junior or senior self. Changing your major, however, isn’t just a matter of personal growth. There may be several signs that you should consider a new major. Read more >