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Here’s What You Need to Know About Starting a Career in Public Health

Are you considering a career in the health field but aren’t interested in clinical work? Maybe you’re more interested in the preventative side of helping people becoming healthier. If so, public health could be the right field for you. You can start preparing for a career in public health as an undergraduate. Even if you’re […]

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College Success Spotlight: Tracy Cooper

I believe that it is vital for parents to help their teens to get work, volunteer, and/or internship experience to develop the skills necessary to do well in college courses and graduate from college. Additionally, this type of experience looks great on college applications, college admission essays, and resumes! Speaking of resumes, I am so […]

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Top 3 Ways to Partner with your College Bound Teens: Part 3

Parents, you are a vital part of your teens’ support network. However, they will need others in their support team to transition to the college environment successfully. I believe that a partnership is the best approach to the college preparation process because college bound teens can draw from the wealth of experience and resources in […]

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What Do You Want to be When You Grow Up?

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” This common career question can be overwhelming—especially if you don’t even know where to begin. Our suggestion: break it down into smaller brainstorm that can start you thinking about your strengths, passions, and interests. One of our favorite questions is “If you had your own television […]

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Why Your Teen Needs to Learn How to Network Before Going to College

  Your child’s college experience will help him or her to learn new ideas, get exposure to a world of opportunities, and prepare for the career of his or her dreams. Students who possess networking skills and engage in valuable relationships have an easier transition to college and are more successful in college and life after college […]

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