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by Eric Goudie Created on : April 15, 2009 High School is a brief time, but it's filled with some of the highest highs and lowest lows you'll ever experience. Here are ten things you can do to make the most of those four short years, and come out ready, willing and able to conquer the world:
College apps season can be a stressful and emotional time for families - and yes, the paperwork is beastly - but by the time you're done reading these articles, your family will be crafting a list of 20 to 30 great college possibilities, perfectly tailored to your child's passions. Take a peek at the step-by-step process on the following pages, or sign up for "College Admissions 101: An E-Course for Parents" and get each part e-mailed to you over the next six weeks. Let's Get Started It's easy to feel overwhelmed, but the college admissions process is nothing more than a series of little chunks, some of which your child is already doing anyway. Here's the basic overview of how the process works, from high school courses to SAT timing and application deadlines.
In my current job, I run into a lot of students that not only do not know what they want to do, but they don’t know what they’re even good at, or what would fit them. Certainly your job is to do some research, gather some information and then check everything out that interests you. Get some help by reading my past posts that I’ve had that can help you in THREE great ways to choosing the right career. There is a lot of pressure on you because these are some of the first major decisions of your lifetime! Don’t worry there are plenty more of these kind of decisions for you for the rest of your life.
Okay, part 3 is crucial for you to understand. Imagine if you are a talkative person who loves being around people. Well, let’s say you hear that being an Accountant or Engineer pays good money, but in those jobs you might be required to work on your own and always doing the same kind of work.
Now that you’ve successfully completed Part 1 @ http://wp.me/pAKTs-1M . The 2nd step of this 4 part series is now looking at the skills and talents that you all have. This next step will take you closer to choosing careers that fit you so well & will make you financially and professionally successful! President Barack Obama said during his education speech that “Every single one of you has something that you’re good at. Every single one of you has something to offer.” http://bit.ly/3dK3oV
A CAREER is a lifelong commitment. Like getting married or having children, it makes a lasting effect on your entire life, personally and professionally. A job is just a set of duties and responsibilities in order to get paid.
That’s what it’s all about right… We work hard all year and for couple or a few times a year we get away from it all. This is one of my favorite posts, because I truly believe that the earlier you start your career/college search, the easier it is. Think about this…the more you understand what you like (and even what you don’t like), what you are good at and your own personality…your choice in careers comes easier. You realize certain things that you can do. Take, for instance, the ability to draw, or write.
Studying effectively can go a long way towards helping your grades and saving you unnecessary work. This video from About.com will offer some tips on studying effectively. See Transcript Hello, I'm V. Victoria Shroff in Vancouver, B.C., for About.com. In this video, you'll receive tips for how to study effectively.
…what now? In my job as a college recruiter here in Indiana, I am constantly asked about social networking sites and if college recruiters and job recruiters really do look or if that’s a myth. Well, sorry to say guys, but they do. The use of social networking sites in checking out your interests, background, etc. is growing. It’s not to get you in trouble or make you nervous. If you have anything to be worried about in this manner, go take care of it now.