4 Things To Do When You Didn’t Plan on Paying for College

The costs of college are continuing to rise, and more and more families are unable to afford to provide their children with a higher education. With many students holding thousands of dollars in debt from loans, finances can be a real issue. There is still hope, though, if you find yourself in a bind. If you anticipated more parental support, or some scholarship opportunities fell through, here are some alternatives to help you pay for college yourself, even if you hadn’t planned on it before:

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5 Pieces of Advice for Networking as an Introvert

Networking is one of the most vital parts of breaking into an industry. Making connections can help you get (and keep) jobs, grow your start-up, or move up in your current company. It can boost your corporate worth and offer you many more opportunities than you could have imagined…

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Freshman Year: An Introvert’s Guide

Your first year of college is supposed to be a time of excitement, with new people and new experiences around every corner. While all the commotion makes some jump for joy in anticipation, others prefer to run away from the hustle and bustle of the new school year. If you’re an introvert, like me, or just the quiet type, the first year of college can be daunting — but luckily, there are some ways to help you feel more at ease in your new home.

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Millennials are Making Change – At Home and Abroad

Millennials are often accused of being lazy, unskilled employees and students. Our views in politics, world issues, and even education vary extensively from older generations, causing much clash and frustration. We fight for acceptance from our parents and grandparents, while battling our inner morals and pushing for progressive change. Despite conflict and backlash, millennials are relentlessly fighting for change in all areas of our lives, from school to global problem solving, and studies show that their attempts are going to be widely successful:

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5 Foolproof Ways to Overcome Exam Anxiety

With students receiving immense pressure from parents, mentors, and peers to succeed, exam anxiety is on the rise. Test stress affects thousands of students nationwide and around the world, both in primary schools and in college. It has caused lowered grades, diminished health, and an increase in substance abuse amongst millennials. The stress that comes from major exams, like midterms and finals, is hurting us all – and it’s time we did something about it.

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