As Seen on Student Life Network: After Graduating University, I Still Feel Unqualified For a Job

Through a survey, we recently discovered that 49% of students feel unqualified for a job in their field. It’s called Imposter Syndrome. And in fact, a staggering 70% of Millennials have experienced it. I was one of them. Never heard this term before? It’s a concept that describes individuals who have an inability to internalize their accomplishments. They have a […]

As Seen On Harness Magazine: HOW TO BE THE MOST SUCCESSFUL YOU POSSIBLE

The road to success is long and filled with obstacles, but the end-goal and final destination never came to anyone without hardships and a whole lot of work. I was never the type of person to go along with life and let it steer me in the direction it wanted me to take me. I […]

As Seen On Student Life Network: Why Your Education Can’t End Once You Graduate

School is an important instrument that helps propel students into the workplace. It teaches you the basics of your field and how to navigate the “real-world.” Or at least, that’s what you were told. Most students think that once they’re finished their four-year-degree, the education stops. They’re done with learning and all the expensive textbooks […]

As Seen On Student Life Network: Why You Need to Cut Some People Out of Your Life—Now

As you go through life, it’s inevitable that you’ll lose some friends along the way. You might go to different schools, move to different places, or simply lose touch. There will also be friends that you may hang on to for years, which is great! Those are the people you can depend on, hang out with, […]

As Seen On Student Life Network: 6 Great Reasons to Get Creative with your Electives

Universities and colleges offer a staggering amount of classes. But when you’re in a specific program or pursuing a certain major, there’s always a list of mandatory courses you need to take to meet your degree’s graduation criteria. While there are going to be lots of classes you have to take, there’s also going to […]

As Seen On Student Life Network: “She Tweeted WHAT?” Why You Should Give a Damn About Online Privacy

It’s the age of the Internet. Things are constantly changing, and they’re changing fast. When our parents were applying for their first jobs, it was either impossible or unlikely that the interviewer would be typing their names into Google to see what kind of results showed up. These days, we’re  living and breathing on the […]