Published on December, 2013

Why Should I Volunteer?

December 30th, 2013; By Erica Cooper

People volunteer their time for lots of different reasons. You can pick your own reasons, but here’s our top ten: You have to! You have to complete 40 hours of volunteer […]

Study What You Love

December 30th, 2013; By Samantha Randolph

At any level of education, it is important for students to take courses that are interesting and enjoyable. This is especially true in the first year or two of college. […]

Mastering the Art of Communication

December 30th, 2013; By Kimberly Moreau

Your mission: Learn to communicate – and do it well! Communication is an important part of being successful and something that everyone must do. Whether you’re talking to one person […]

The Importance of a Good Reference

December 30th, 2013; By Wendy Chiavalon

When you apply for a job, a volunteer position, scholarship or even graduate program, you are often asked to provide reference(s).  A reference is a person who knows you well […]

How to Nail a Scholarship Interview

December 30th, 2013; By Michelle Osei-Bonsu

Discovering that you have been chosen from a pool of applicants for a scholarship interview is an exhilarating moment. However, many students quickly find themselves getting anxious as they start […]

Interview with a Dog Groomer

December 30th, 2013; By Mackenzie Wall

I interviewed Kelly Booth, a local dog groomer. We talked about dog grooming as a career, some challenges she faces at work, and what she enjoys about her job. M: […]

Using Kids Help Phone

December 23rd, 2013; By Neetu Duhra

Everyone has those days where they may be feeling a little down or are dealing with something scary or sad. Sometimes, on days like those, you just need someone to […]