Advice for Freshman Year

7/7/16

The New Freshman 15: Tips for Winning Freshman Year

The infamous freshman 15. If you haven’t heard of it yet, you will. It’s usually preceded by “beware.”

7/19/16

From High School to College to Career — Making Big Changes Work

Change is never easy. Even when change is a good thing, there’s still a little part of us that clings to what we had before.

5/25/17

4 Contrarian Tips for Conquering Freshman Year

These are not your standard tips for surviving freshman year—which is why you absolutely need to know about them.

Advice for Sophomore Year

7/15/16

How College Students Can Find a Career Mentor

Has anyone told you yet that you need to find a mentor?

5/25/17

5 Tips for Picking a Minor That Will Help You Get a Job

Minors and certificates are a great way to demonstrate the depth of your knowledge to potential employers — as long as you pick the right one.
5/25/17

Picking a Major? 30 Questions to Ask Yourself First

Still undeclared in your sophomore year? It’s not exactly a crisis (yet), but it’s time to get serious about making a decision.

Advice for Junior Year

5/25/17

How to Make Your Extracurricular Activities Look Good on a Resume

You don’t have to be president of student government or graduate summa cum laude to build a stellar resume. With some reflection and wordsmithing, even the most basic extracurriculars can showcase your unique set of skills for prospective employers.
5/25/17

10 Worst Parts of Applying to Internships That Only College Juniors Appreciate

Because nothing in life is free … except your labor
5/25/17

How Your Parents Can Help You Get a Job

Make sure you hit up Mom and Dad for these things while you’re applying for internships or full-time gigs.

Advice for Senior Year

9/15/16

How to Respond to Insurance Haters

Whether you’re a risk management and insurance major or an established insurance professional, you probably encounter more than a few insurance hat

4/29/15

5 Ways Undergrads Can Boost Their Job Hunt Chances

You would think that getting a college education and degree would be all you need to land a great job after graduation, right?

Eh, no.

10/27/15

College Senior-Year Guide

Ever since you were a freshman in college, recent undergrads and other adults have probably told you to enjoy your college years because they are <

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