It’s been awhile since Columbus Day weekend, and you’re probably itching to get off campus and stuff your face with some delicious food that wasn’t prepared in a dining hall.
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Internships can be wonderful experiences.
Who couldn’t use a little extra cash during their college days?
The dining hall might be your saving grace when it comes to delicious food, but when you’re up studying at 2AM and just need a little energy to keep you going, where can you look for something delicious, simple and cheap?
Once you’re out of college and in the job market, you’ll be making some actual money – but getting there can be difficult under the crushing weight of student loans.
Having your parents visit you in college can be an event filled with mixed emotions.
a little introduction to our community Name: Brian Thomas What are you currently studying in school or what did you previously study? I am a recent MBA graduate from Seton Hall University. At Seton Hall, I received me MBA with concentrations in Sport Management and Marketing. I also received my BS in Sport Management [...]
When it comes to starting off a postgrad search for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, I understand that there’s a different learning curve for everyone.
If you’ve always had a mind for inventing new things, solving problems and figuring out complex mathematics, you might want to consider pursuing an engineering degree in college.
Depending on the college or university you go to, you may discover that certain nights of the week are more eventful than others.
In all my years of reviewing applications and interviewing candidates for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, I’m always surprised by how few college graduates know the value of a follow-up email.
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