- Getting Experience Before You Graduate
Whether it’s a summer job, an internship or part-time work during the school year, there are some places tailored to students looking for employment. Local newspapers and the job board at career services are logical places to start. Here are some other ideas.
- Book Excerpt: What Did You Expect?
Do you ever look at your roommate and wonder, "Who is this person?" "What am I doing here?" "How can I get out of this mess?" Whatever your situation, it's probably not what you expected, especially if you've always had your own room and private bath and...
- College Bound: What to know before you apply to college
Studies have shown that when the economy is down people tend to go to school. This includes traditional students, those who enter right after high school, and non-traditional students, those over 25 who are starting later or returning to school.
- Ten Tips For Selecting An Online University
The Internet is revolutionizing the way we live and the way we learn. Although distance education has been around for 250 years in a variety of formats (including mail, telephone, TV, audiotape, and videotape), the Internet has suddenly made this non-traditional format very popular.
- College 101: Success Skills for Returning to the Classroom
You have made the big decision to start or return to college. In many ways, just making that decision shows a great sense of commitment and dedication to bettering yourself. However, many women find that returning to school can be a much harder transition than they ever imagined.
- Six Criteria to Determine If An Internship Is Legal
U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) has developed the six factors below to evaluate whether a worker is a trainee or an employee for purposes of the FLSA: