Writing is a practiced art. It’s been a long time since I’ve been here and I think it’s time to return.
To fill you in, I have a relatively new job. 442 more words
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After graduation, almost all of my friends are decided for the path they will follow. Many will work immediately, others will take their review for the board exams and some will rest first because of the hardships encountered in college. 671 more words
BALTIMORE (WJZ)–Across the country, only 11 percent of low income students who begin college go on to graduate.
Mike Schuh has details on a long running non-profit which see’s 80 percent of its students get a degree. 330 more words
What makes a resume perfect…an Ivy League degree? A summer saving turtles in Costa Rica?
Turns out many companies don’t really care if you went to a top-name college or had a fancy environment-saving internship project. 385 more words
One of the greatest barriers to post-secondary education is financial obligation. When considering college, prospective applicants are likely to ask themselves, “Can I afford to go to college?” A study from the Pew Research Center asks, “Can you afford not to?” (“The Rising Cost of… 354 more words