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The three “R’s” – reading, ‘riting, and ‘rithmetic – are a given requisite in any academic setting. It would be hard for anyone to argue that these are not important.  But who you are now, and who you will become, goes much further than just the three “R’s”. Leadership, service, and faith-informed discernment in a...
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How to Choose a Counselor

When you or a loved one is experiencing emotional or mental health issues, it is imperative to choose a counselor. This can be a daunting task because research has shown that there is not always a clear correlation between training and successful outcomes in therapy. Differing research has identified that successful outcomes in therapy can...
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10 Quick Tips to Prepare for Grad School

My Top 10 recommendations for what you should be doing now…. 1. Keep your GPA high. No beating around the bush here—the fastest way to derail your grad school chances is to let your GPA drop. Graduate programs are extremely competitive, and this is likely the first thing they will look at as they begin...
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Writing a Resume to Get Hired

In a competitive market place, drafting a resume that will get you an interview for a desired job can be challenging and overwhelming. Everything you include in your resume should be in an effort to reflect your skills, experiences, and qualifications for the position. You will inevitably create several versions of your resume, each targeting...
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5 Steps to Writing Effective Press Releases

Chalking sidewalks, blitzing the campus with posters, tapping into social media. These are tried-and-true methods to publicize your student club or organization on campus. But have you considered a wider audience—the community outside of the university via newspapers, radio and TV? Why should you bother? After all, your membership comes from within the campus. However, there...
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