We partnered with Dell on a really exciting survey for back-to-school that helped us uncover trends related to technology purchasing habits, career planning, and more! Check out this infographic that displays what we learned from over 600 students and nearly 100 parents!
This blog post was written by Danielle Bennett, our New York University Campus Ambassador.
So maybe this summer instead of lounging in your apartment in Chelsea or subletting an amazing apartment overlooking the golden gate bridge in San Francisco you're back in your old bedroom, in your parent’s house in the suburbs. Both environments can provide you with an amazing summer to look forward to with just a few simple steps.
Listen up, everyone: There’s a conference going on in New York City from July 10th-12th that you need to be at called the Live Smart Series. Hosted by Smart Girls Group, they plan to shower you all with an inspiration and empowerment love fest. Whether you want to run a marathon or run for President, we can guarantee there will be someone speaking who will motivate you to chase your dreams.
This blog post was written by Kevin Loder, our University of Oregon Campus Ambassador.
Summer is peak season for national student conferences, especially for honor societies like NSCS’s ScholarCon. You’ll want to plan what to wear, what to bring, and how to network. Here are five additional tips for attending a summer student conference:
Now that graduation season has come to a close, it is time to catch up on all of the wonderful commencement speeches made to inspire students to excel in life. Take a moment this summer after a long day at your internship to sit down and listen to some of these speeches. They will certainly motivate you to work harder, be fearless and pursue your passions.
Congratulations on completing another year of school! I’m sure many of you have been relaxing and enjoying the first couple weeks of your summer vacation – and rightfully so! There are a couple of housekeeping tasks you should take care of after finals to keep you on track and get you set up for the coming school year. Here’s our list of the top 3 things you should do before really wrapping up the semester.
Today, more young people than ever before are starting their own businesses. As I travel around the country speaking and meeting students, I’m amazed with the businesses, products, and ideas that young people are launching, all on their own!
This time of year is full of conversation about the future. For some of you this topic of discussion is exciting beyond belief. For others, the question “so what do you want to do with your life,” may cause a full-fledged panic attack. However, regardless of the category you fit in, there are some books that can help you during this tricky stage of your life.
Lauren Berger created Intern Queen Inc. in 2009, after successfully completing 15 internships and college and recognizing a need for more internship resources. Her online platform, www.internqueen.com, serves as the home of the business and allows students access to apply for any internship they want free of charge. The site also features daily content on how to make the most of high school, college, and post-grad experiences.