9 Tips to Complete Your Best College Application

Tips to Complete Your College Application

Each year, over 1 million students apply to over 900 Common App member colleges worldwide. What is the Common App, you ask? It’s a non-profit membership organization that represents more than 900 colleges across the U.S. and 20 other countries. Their main focus is to connect applicants to these colleges. Which means you might be…

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6 Benefits of a Mentor & How They Make Your Community Stronger

6 Benefits of a mentor

Wouldn’t it be nice to spend time with someone who understood the ins and outs of what you were trying to learn? Whether it’s bread baking, computer programming, playing college sports, or repairing engines, that’s exactly what mentorship is all about. It’s receiving guidance about something from someone more experienced. Working with a mentor is…

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How to Start Your College Search in Your Junior Year

How to Start Your College Search in Your Junior Year

When you’re in the middle of high school life, the last thing you may want to think about is college, but high school passes quickly and that next step is coming sooner than you think. To set yourself up for a brilliant future that you’re going to love, you should start your college search during…

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5 Things to Do to Play College Sports

5 Things to Do to Play NCAA & NAIA Sports

Step 1: Register! More than 180,000 students register with the NCAA hoping to become an NCAA athlete. Which means before you get very far down your NCAA or NAIA dream scheme, you have to join those ranks and register with the NCAA. You can register for NAIA (National Association of Collegiate Athletics) here: https://play.mynaia.org. You…

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Dos and Don’ts to a Strong College Essay

Dos and Donts of a Strong College Essay

Even professional writers get stage fright in front of a blank page. There’s too much possibility, too many directions things can go, and too many choices for what will become the final draft. So if you’re procrastinating on your college essay, you’re not alone. And ever since many colleges made SAT and ACT scores optional,…

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Help, How Do I Choose a New Career?

How Do I Choose a New Career?

Let’s face it — most of us make our career choice at 17 or 18, invest years into college or trade school and then jump into the job market. The only problem is that from 17 to 25, a lot of changes go on in your head, your perspective, and your goals. It’s normal. Most…

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5 Questions to Ask to Get Great College Recommendation Letters

5 Questions to Ask to For Great College Recommendation Letters for Your Application

Exploring, choosing, applying, visiting schools and getting to the college of your choice is a long, potentially overwhelming process. But it doesn’t have to be difficult. Each step of the way, there are tips and tools that can make the journey easier, and give you more confidence as you progress. Which is why we’re talking…

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