Effort and attitude are the characteristics that determine college success, not fixed abilities.
The solution is cultural, not technological.
The Make a Law! program is open to grades 3 through 12.
Career networking can be hard. And awkward. And overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be.
If you're experiencing any of these issues, it may be time to schedule a one-on-one chat with your mentor.
The right interview skills and a positive attitude can bring a civilian job within your reach.
These things make you a far better college student today than you would have been as a fresh-faced high school graduate.
Most people don’t know it’s possible to test out of (most of) a college degree.
"There is a skillset that is often overlooked by most college students, yet was critical to my accounting career."
According to CareerBuilder, 44% of employers hired a candidate because of what they found on social media, while 57% were less likely to contact a candidate who is MIA online.