Category Archives: Career Planning
The concept of taking an extra year during the course of one’s education is meeting with greater favor now than ever before. Whether it comes as a repeat year when entering a competitive independent school, a postgraduate year of study, … Continue reading
Most people who associate University of Louisville with its prowess in the NCAA men’s basketball prowess might be surprised to know that it is a state-supported research university founded in 1798. The 22,293 graduates and undergraduates may choose among twelve … Continue reading
Animal-lovers in childhood often dream of making a career as a veterinarian. For years, this path, a highly selective and expensive one then and now, meant assured, steady work. Current trends in both the economy and education suggest that students … Continue reading
Eric Furda, Dean of Admissions at the University of Pennsylvania, offers great advice on finding the Best Fit College. To watch the video, click here.
Life is long, but the time usually available to each of us to prepare for that long life is surprisingly short. Whether or not we choose to recognize this fact, time teaches us that we can either seize … Continue reading
All internships pay dividends, in one way or another. Some help to confirm your career path by providing a reasonable facsimile of productive, real world experience in a controlled dosage. Others offer exposure that will make you want to turn … Continue reading