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Short Term Goals; Long Term Gain

In the teenage years, it is very difficult to envision that far-distant adult world of professional employment, building a family, or having a boss. Even more difficult is having the discipline to prepare for that eventuality. Nonetheless, it is tremendously … Continue reading

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Let’s Dispel Some Myths About Johns Hopkins University – Myth #2

Besides being incorrectly characterized as a “city school” by some, Hopkins is also misperceived still, by others, as a “pre-med factory.” Indeed, Hopkins boasts a strong and popular pre-med program, with thirty of its top senior majors assured of slots … Continue reading

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Let’s Dispel Some Myths About Johns Hopkins University – Myth #1

IESolutions recently visited Johns Hopkins, located in the city of Baltimore but with a campus that would rival many of its suburban peers. Situated on the northern edge of the city, the campus is surrounded on one side with an … Continue reading

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DEMONSTRATED INTEREST

In their unenviable task of sorting out the best from the best, America’s selective schools and colleges are challenged to find special reasons to admit one over another fine candidate. With grade inflation and most writers’ tendency to avoid lawsuits, … Continue reading

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MAKE YOUR INTERNSHIPS PAY

 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

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Quality Jobs and Internships For Students

Most college bound and college age students with whom we work are eager to work, if only to have a reliable source of spending money.  Some have computer, athletic, or language skills that make them marketable.  By selling their own … Continue reading

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