Maggie Argiro

Maggie Argiro is a library professional, writer, oral historian, and is TEFL-certified. She currently manages the circulation desk at the South Seattle College library where she is deeply invested in helping all students reach their academic goals.

Articles By Maggie Argiro

By: Maggie Argiro — January 9, 2023
If you're feeling unsure about moving away, here are some helpful tips to ease the transition.
By: Maggie Argiro — February 16, 2023
Here are some tips for parents trying to figure out how to send their kids to a private college.
By: Maggie Argiro — January 23, 2023
When it comes to building savings, there is a lot of trial and error. In this article, I’ll share some simple steps on how to start saving.
By: Maggie Argiro — July 19, 2022
Writing can be daunting. If you're like me, when you sit down to write, you slide into a series of what-ifs: What if I can’t do this? What if I don’t get the scholarship I need? What if they tell me no? Look no further! I'm here to help make scholarship writing a little bit easier!
By: Maggie Argiro — June 20, 2022
Are you thinking about studying abroad as part of your college experience? Maybe you're excited about new cultural experiences or looking for ways to strengthen your resume. From language immersions to service-learning trips, SAGE Scholars partner institutions offer many ways to get off campus.
By: Maggie Argiro — October 31, 2022
Don't make college harder on yourself than necessary, as I did! Here are some ways the college library can make your life easier.
By: Maggie Argiro — March 9, 2023
This article breaks down what a work study is and how it can benefit you.
By: Maggie Argiro — August 26, 2022
Thinking about getting a job on campus? Here are some ways working on campus can be rewarding.