Want to Make a Difference? 5 After-College Jobs to Help You Save the Planet by Kara Masterson

It’earth-blue-planet-globe-planet-41953s well-known that the so-called “Millennial” generation, and quite frankly, young people in general, want their work to mean something. They want to save the planet, save lives and make a difference in the world they live in. While that’s not always easy, there are a number of after-college jobs that put you in the best position to help save the planet.

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How to Smoothly Transition from College to your New Profession by Anica Oaks

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When you graduate from college, you’re most likely excited to start off in your new career. The transition from student to professional, however, is not always easy. There’s the challenge of making the right connections, finding a job, and adjusting to a new way of life. Here are some tips to help you transition smoothly from college into your chosen profession.

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Major Anxiety? 4 Undergraduate Degrees That Can Take You Anywhere by Marlena Stoddard

160913_college_studnetsFormal education is one of the most difficult, stressful parts of life in our modern society. From your first day in class to the day of graduation, the anxious struggle within never ends. However, one of the most difficult parts of attending a college or university is deciding what to actually study. It’s not uncommon to hear, “I’m currently undecided,” or, “I have no idea what to major in.” Well, here is a list of four potential undergraduate degrees with diverse job opportunities to look into:

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Making the Most of Your Campus-Based English Language Program by Kate Kirk

georgia tech english learningMaking the most of your language program isn’t just about going to class. Of course, there is a lot of learning that happens in a classroom. What many students don’t know is that a lot of what they learn and how fast they learn comes from what happens outside the classroom. Therefore, it is important to know what resources your school offers. If you don’t know where to begin, here are a few resources to enrich your English as a Second Language (ESL) experience.

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6 Tips for Staying Sane in College by Kara Masterson

160909_stress_college_computer_saneIt has been said numerous times that your college years are the best years of your life. However, although college is new and exciting, these years can be met with high levels of stress. There are always opportunities to have fun with friends, but that doesn’t come without a lot of hard work and dedication. In order to minimize your stress level during your college years, consider the following tips.

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Contemporary Education Shift: What International Applicants Can Expect by Scott Ragin

 

160908_woman-notebook-working-girlThe system of global education is changing every day, with the number of students and tuition costs rising. According to a report from British Council, the total tertiary enrollments are projected to increase by 21 million between 2011 and 2020, or 1.4 percent per year on average. This means that the demand for education on the international level is booming, which contributes to the establishment of new universities and overall development of the field.

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