Published on December, 2013

Career Profile: Police Officer

December 23rd, 2013; By Kathleen Gerry

People who are attracted to being a police officer highlight the many benefits associated with this position. They want to work as a police officer because of the thrill of […]

A Career as an Agricultural Engineer

December 23rd, 2013; By Bel Harris

Agricultural engineering might sound like complicated work, but the nature of the job is really quite straightforward. It’s a collision of two worlds – bringing engineering solutions to agricultural projects, […]

Need Volunteer Hours? Join a Mob!

December 23rd, 2013; By Laurel Walsh

The student’s quest for 40 community service hours is not always a pretty one. Sponge-bathing senior citizens and picking up garbage are healthy for the community, but often so uninspiring […]

How to Survive Without A Salary

December 23rd, 2013; By Laurel Walsh

Today my grandmother gave me a thick antiquated book entitled “How to Survive Without a Salary”, by Charles Long, circa 1981. The truth is that I’m employed, as a writer […]

Time Management: Making the Best of What You Have

December 23rd, 2013; By Susan Huebert

Do you ever feel that you have too much to do and too little time to do it? Besides going to school every day, you might have swimming or music […]

No More Bullying

December 23rd, 2013; By Kathleen Gerry

In elementary school, everyone is undergoing changes developing themselves in different ways. Because of the pressures of growing up, some people learn to adapt and cope in successful ways, such […]

How to Cope When a Family Member is Sad

December 23rd, 2013; By Kathleen Gerry

Everybody gets sad every once and a while, but sometimes people get sad for prolonged periods of time that can last for days, weeks or even months. This is something […]