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March 26, 2014
Top 10 Apps for Marketing Students

While students come in many shapes and forms, a “typical” student generally finds themselves having to figure out how to juggle three major priorities: studies, social/personal life and part-time work. If you’re an astute marketing student you might even add in some internships to that list, along with relevant extrac...

February 17, 2014
Finding jobs online
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Online job sites are a great way to look for a job because you can: Search by keyword, industry type and region to match your skills and interests to jobs that are available in your area Find jobs that interest you and save them to look at later Create an online profile and store your resume so it can be seen by ...

September 22, 2014
Common Mistakes Made When Writing a Cover Letter
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They say it’s never too early to make a bad impression, and this is entirely the case when it comes to cover letters. Even the smallest error may cause employers to put your application at the bottom of the pile or even throw it out completely. And so, with competition for graduate jobs as high as it’s ever been, here...

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August 18, 2014
5 Reasons Why College Students Need Yoga

Yoga and college have a few things in common. College is intended to harness our tremendous potential to change the world. It encourages us to focus on what we want to learn, to broaden our horizons, and cultivate new understandings. The point of college is to train us to engage with the world as people who know their...

February 26, 2014
4 Ways To Make Waking Up Easier In The Morning

College students are at the age when early mornings are difficult. It’s even more challenging when there is no set schedule. For instance, sometimes a student needs to get up for class early Monday morning, but doesn’t have class until afternoon the next day. With a varied schedule, it’s hard to wake up and stick to ...

July 21, 2014
How to Destress After Finals Week

Finals can really take it out of you. You aren’t sleeping. You have your nose in a book and two hands on your keyboard. Your most recent dinners include a whole lot of coffee and energy drinks, plus anything your budget allows. Once you’ve aced your final exams and pulled through writing papers and pulling words out...

February 19, 2014

Preparing for exams? Give yourself the best chance with these top ten study tips. 1. Give yourself enough time to study Don't leave it until the last minute. While some students do seem to thrive on last-minute 'cramming', it's widely accepted that for most of us, this is not the best way to approach an exam. Set ou...

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