The College Admissions Scandal: Inequality in Higher Ed Goes Beyond Admissions

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Our current culture often sends the message that only a few select schools lead to success. This idea that your worth as a person is tied to the college that you attend is running rampant. The rich and the not so rich, often go to extremes to gain any possible advantage in college admissions.

4 Things to Do Three Months Before College Graduation

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It’s February. Three months before the members of the class of 2018 triumphantly enter the ranks of the “real-world.” Across the U.S. college seniors are experiencing …

Paid Minority Internship Recruitment Programs You’re Missing Out On

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Paid minority internship recruitment programs are out there ready to help you reach your internship and career goals. When searching for internships, many students limit …

When You’re Too Broke to Intern: Paid vs Unpaid Internships

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As a college student you probably need more money. Tuition, room & board, books, Uber, Amazon… everything starts to add up. The idea of doing …

Five Ways to Find an Internship Today!

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It’s internship season! It’s Always internship season – summer, fall, winter, spring. So the first question you may have right now is, how do I find an internship?  Use these five proven strategies that helped me find eight internships when I was in college.