Why Being a Salesperson Taught Me More Than a Hospitality Class

Why Being a Salesperson Taught Me More Than a Hospitality Class

I have always been a fan of real world experience over class taught techniques. My logic was that even if I didn’t find something I…

How to Find College Jobs That Pay More Than Minimum Wage

How to Find College Jobs That Pay More Than Minimum Wage

If you live in a state like South Carolina (like I do), minimum wage (MW) is the dumps. There are plenty of opportunities on campus…

7 College Clubs That Improve Your Resume

7 College Clubs That Improve Your Resume

Congratulations! You’ve completed all of the college applications, waited those suspenseful months, and accepted an invitation to the school of your choice. You’re officially a…

Why You Should Consider a Virtual Internship

Why You Should Consider a Virtual Internship

Today is your first day of your fall internship with a company you admire, and you’re beyond excited. You’ve already met with your boss, written…

Reaching the Finish Line of Freshman Year

Reaching the Finish Line of Freshman Year

It’s finally over. After a year of drilling through problem sets, juggling extracurricular activities with classes, and surviving the awkward (or not so awkward) social…

Living without Financial Aid

Living without Financial Aid

Most college students arrive at the beginning of their freshmen year with scholarships, graduation money, and grants to make the financial impact of tuition a…

The Lament of the Employed Freshman: The Do’s and Don’ts of the College Job

The Lament of the Employed Freshman: The Do’s and Don’ts of the College Job

All colleges are different, but here’s one thing that all college students can agree on: freshman orientation passes by in a hellish, frenzied blur that…

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