Published on June, 2014

Books and Bills: Financing your Post-Secondary Studies

June 30th, 2014; By Teodora Pasca

An education is a worthwhile investment—but if you’re making the decision to go to college or university, you may find yourself questioning the amount of money going into your studies. […]

Career Profile: Farmer

June 30th, 2014; By Susan Huebert

Every day, people cook and eat food that has come from farms. Bread comes from grain that grows on farms, and fruits and vegetables also often come from there. Milk, […]

What is an Internship?

June 30th, 2014; By Christopher TJ Brown

An internship is a generally unpaid position with a company or other organization in which the student, or intern, learns the skills they need for their chosen profession while working […]

Career Profile: Archaeologist

June 30th, 2014; By Susan Huebert

When you go to museums, you learn a lot about the past. Some museums have information about the relatively recent past, but others give information about people who lived many […]

Entering High School: Why You Should Join Extracurriculars

June 30th, 2014; By Amanda Desouza

If you’re worried about trying to find the place you belong in the confusing high-school landscape, joining extracurricular groups is a great thing to do. These groups can range from […]

How To Get Scholarship Help

June 30th, 2014; By Sachin Kumar Airan

When it comes to college scholarships, the more that you can accumulate the better off you will be. You cannot always rely on college financial aid to be enough to […]

Be True to You

June 30th, 2014; By Kevin Sinclair

Each and every single one of us has a unique set of values, beliefs, and even inspirations that make us who we are as individuals. Naturally, as we progress through […]