Make sure you find time to relax this summer but also remain productive, active and interested…exercise, read, visit campuses while traveling, keep a journal, develop a hobby and collaborate on something meaningful. #1.Learn about community service and internship opportunities in your area that are in your field of interest. Talk to other students and adults to see […]
As a high school student, it’s always great to have some extra cash. But if you’re a graduated senior starting college in the fall, saving money is critical. Here are four ways to do it.
Helpful tips for a productive summer from Snagajob! Each year, Snagajob, America’s largest hourly employment network, surveys employers to gain insight on the summer job market. It looks like the summer of 2015 will be a great one for jobs! We talked to over 1000 employers in the restaurant, hospitality, and retail industries to find […]
Back in March, 11 of my classmates and I travelled to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico to volunteer at a preschool called Centro Infantil San Pablo. We were excited for the trip, but we didn’t really have a true idea of what was in store for us. The experience ended up being life changing.
Welcome to the best season of the year. Most of you are already out of school and enjoying summer vacation. It’s the time of year made for sunny outdoor activities, relaxation, adventures, and maybe a tiny little bit of studying/working/SAT prepping/college app planning. Follow these simple steps to make the most of your summer […]
Congrats seniors! It’s summer and you’re done with high school! You will now have a lot of extra free time. Do fun things, but try to also be productive. By the time the new school year begins, you’ll be organized and prepared.
With summer at our fingertips, it’s that time to be seeking out summer jobs and, if you’re a senior, earning some money pre-college. That being said, if you’re unfamiliar with it, the path to employment can be a bit tricky to navigate. Below is a step-by-step walk through of what to generally be prepared for. […]
As consumed by finals as you may be (or may not be, if you’re an intelligent senior… I am not one of those), you can start finding solace in the fact that the end is near. I’m talking breakfasts at 11:00 a.m. Afternoons by the beach. Evenings catching up on every Netflix movie that you somehow haven’t seen yet. Summer 2015, here we come!