So you want to know what it’s like. What it feels like to be finally done. What my future plans are (oh dear. Never ask a recent college grad or about to be grad that question). 217 more words
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Raysha Duncan, Financial Aid Administrator
You’ve graduated. Hooray!
You’ve landed a dream job. Hooray!
And best of all…that dream job comes with more money than you’ve ever had before and now you get to plot out how you’re going to spend all of your riches. 480 more words
Congratulations Regis University 2015 graduates!
The New Graduate Survival Guide was emailed to all recent Regis University graduates last week, and is filled with useful information that can be helpful whether you’re looking for your first job after graduation, changing careers or pursuing a promotion. 28 more words
Sorry it has been a while since my last post but I have started work experience in the line of work that I want to go into, I would recommend all current graduates and even undergraduates to seek work experience ideally in the sector they wish to work in or have an interest in. 187 more words
As a student about the graduate from Oklahoma State University’s Interior Design Program I had no idea where to begin. I had no prospects for a job, and I was convinced that if I moved back in with my parents I would end up staying there forever as a cat lady in the basement. 627 more words