Summer is in full swing in San Francisco! And that means fog, fog, and then a little fog on the side … plus some more fog.
And for many of us college students, it also means internship season!
Are you interning this summer? Here’s some advice for you — definitely consider blogging about your experience. Taking the initiative to write about your internship is a smart thing to do in the long run, even if it means Read the rest of this entry »
As a student, it can be tough to get time to read above and beyond your course materials. I mean, it can be a challenge just to read everything that your professors prescribe for you, much less anything for pleasure or your own self-directed education.
But sometimes, you just have to explore a tangent that invites you, and you’re very glad you did.
One tangent for me this semester was to dabble a bit into the concept and history of positioning. I wish I could remember Read the rest of this entry »
I was talking with a fellow non-traditional student about textbooks recently, and he said, “You know, back in the 90s I was so excited I could go to junior college in California for such a cheap price — and then I saw how much books cost and I couldn’t even believe it.”
The cost of books and supplies is a significant component of the cost of going back to school. It’s not exactly a hidden cost, but Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re thinking about going to back to school, I bet you’re full of excitement — mixed with a little bit of uncertainty. I know I was when I went back in 2010 after a good decade in the work force. What is life on the inside going to be like? How am I going to manage all my responsibilities? But it needn’t be so daunting an experience. Read the rest of this entry »
Thinking about going back to school to finish your degree? Maybe you have a soon-to-be student in your life and you’re wondering how things have changed since you went to college? Read the rest of this entry »