Tuesday, November 30, 2021


Five Ways to Ace Your Next Job Interview

You’ve probably heard your parents talk about the importance of making a good first impression on a job interview. Their “dress for success” talk may sound like a lecture, but they;re are right. Here are some additional tips to help you do your best at your next job interview. Dress the part. Even if the job you’re applying for involves …

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Recruiting 101

Each year, high school student-athletes have dreams of being recruited and offered scholarships. For many families, the entire recruiting process is completely overwhelming, misleading and frustrating, because families may not understand what is involved in college recruiting. College recruiting is a game, like any other sport athletes have ever played. An athlete must practice in order to play, and he …

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How to make homework less work

Do algebra problems 15 through 25. Conjugate the verbs on page 50 of your French workbook. Read pages 12 through 20 of the Shakespeare play, and when you’re finished with that, don’t forget to fill in the missing chemical symbols on the Periodic Table of Elements worksheet. Sound like a roster of your homework for the next few nights — …

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Money for College

Most parents and students at this time of year are in the final decision making process of college selection and resultant funding.  Years ago, colleges looked at financial aid as a charitable operation run within their institutions.  With college costs now higher than ever, this has changed dramatically.  Financial aid has now become a strategic tool that is commonly used …

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