High School Students

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By: Ryan Adams — November 22, 2022
This article will focus primarily on stress relief by stepping away from your responsibilities, even if only for a short time.
By: Xavier Royer — November 21, 2022
Most students come to college with a few tools already developed in high school, but probably not enough to breeze through their university career. Students should be conscious of their current toolbox and always look to expand, refine, and improve it.
By: Xavier Royer — November 21, 2022
This article stresses the importance of being proactive about priorities.
By: Mackenzie Roberts — November 21, 2022
From your first day of college until the day you graduate, you will be juggling many different things. This article will teach you how to save yourself from wasted time and unnecessary stress!
By: Xavier Royer — November 16, 2022
Midterms are an excellent checkpoint for students to stop, reflect, and evaluate the first half of the semester to increase their chances of success in the second half.
By: Kennae Hunter — November 14, 2022
The college application process is a meaningful journey that encourages you to reflect on yourself and your interests. The steps provided in this article will guide you through the application process.
By: Kameron Sims — November 14, 2022
A psychology degree prepares students for success in a variety of career settings. While some psychology majors go on to pursue a master's or doctorate, others find employment with a bachelor's degree in fields such as business or education.
By: Mackenzie Roberts — November 9, 2022
In this article, Mackenzie Roberts defines what a resume is and provides tips for creating one that will leave a lasting impression.
By: Al Dickenson — November 8, 2022
Audio/Visual work is used by many professions, including journalists, television marketers, and digital media workers. Here are some basic tips to improve your audio/visual skills and the quality of your work.
By: SAGE Scholars — November 8, 2022
Here's a look at credit-building tools, and how to use them to earn a good credit score.
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