Published on January 27th, 2014

February Scholarships of the Month: Apply Now!

January 27th, 2014; By Jasmin Bollman

The shortest month of the year is upon us, but it’s still jam-packed with things to do. If you’re heading into college or university this fall, make applying for scholarships […]

Scholarship Application Tips

January 27th, 2014; By Giulio Rocco

Like getting a ton of free money? Of course you do! Those lines might sound like the beginning of an un-reputable online advertisement but the truth is there are plenty […]

Making Peace with Debt

January 27th, 2014; By Sharon Deng

Debt is a four letter word that should not be feared. Students who learn how to manage debt during university are paying themselves a great investment. You may be hearing […]

Health Tips: Handling Stress

January 27th, 2014; By Kathleen Gerry

Everyone gets stressed out once and a while. Situations that are out of our control, people who cause us grief, and pressures that we feel we cannot handle happen to […]

Discovering Your Skills and Talents

January 27th, 2014; By Wendy Chiavalon

Everyone has skills and talents. You may not have figured out what your particular set of skills and talents are (yet), but you definitely have them. But let’s back-track for […]

Note Taking: Not as Scary as You Might Think!

January 27th, 2014; By Mackenzie Wall

Taking notes is a formidable task for students in high school and college. There is a lot of information to take in daily from each class, and that amounts to […]

Writing Effective Cover Letters

January 27th, 2014; By Carly Wignes

A cover letter is a formal letter used to introduce yourself to a potential employer and to convince him or her that you are the best candidate for the job.  […]