In today’s competitive college admissions scholarship awarding environment, how do you stand out? How do you make an impression? One of the ways to set yourself apart when applying for admission, scholarships or grants (see my scholarship/grant article), or jobs (see Sharon’s jobs article), is to…
Written by: Steve Wynne of Student Choice
An Intro to Study Abroad
You are in a large room in the British Library translating one of only four surviving texts of the Magna Carta 1215 – alone – when you find the first recorded use of the term “freeman.”
Or, you’re startled to the point of speechlessness when seeing “Dachau” as a train station in…
Written by: Tracie McGetrick of Student Choice
It seems like every time I visit a college, I hear someone talking about payment plans and getting their loans paid off when they graduate. And for good reason. If you’re like many college students and you’re thinking about graduating, or someone in your family is, then I suggest…
Public policy affects an increasingly large portion of our lives, and yet by and large Americans remain on the sidelines of the political process. Why?
“My voice doesn’t count.”
“One person can’t really effect change.”
We’ve heard them all before. You may have even said something similar to friends and family.
Strikingly, our younger generations tend to have…