Your high school student is preparing for college, and that means taking the SAT. They will probably take it more than once, but the 1st time will require prep.
Whether this is your first adventure or a repeat spring break trip, there are always new tricks to learn about planning and traveling with your friends.
Do you know what you are going to do after you graduate college? The news is filled each day with stories of doom in the job market and increasingly high unemployment numbers. The crisis our nation faces with high unemployment is not one to take lightly, and as a recent graduate with limited experience, you […]
Most scholarships require recipients to keep a certain grade point average. What if you receive a FAIL grade? We’ll show you how to keep your scholarship.
Are you a teen applying for your first job? We’ve put together some of our best tips to help you land your first gig and avoid common mistakes.
In a troubled economy, it’s the lower and middle classes that suffer the most. Currently 7.7 percent of the US adult population is looking for work and unable to find it — and that’s not even counting those who’ve given up. It can be frustrating, especially considering how you’re probably following the surefire job search […]
One of the quintessential college experiences is living in a dorm—at least for a year. If you’re heading off to college, the following eight reasons are just a few benefits of living in a dorm.
While the Internet has created a phenomenal way for us to get a vast amount of information quickly, it has also brought with it several risks that students must educate themselves about.