How To Make the Most of College: Get an Education and a Job
How To Make he Most of College is the short, direct and practical guide that will help students navigate the decisions they need to make in college. It will help them choose a major, pick the best courses, find the best housing, connect with a faculty advisor, select a good internship, make the most of semester breaks and land a great job or acceptance into graduate school when they graduate. More
By the time students are ready to graduate from college, they have figured out how to select the best classes, fulfill their graduation requirements, and realize what they should have done to land a great job. Don’t you wish someone would tell you these things as a freshman?
Someone has. How To Make the Most of College is the short, direct and practical guide you need to plug into the best college experience. Written in a light, easy style, you will pick it us, get hooked with the personal narratives and start gaining tips and wisdom without even realizing it. College is too expensive and too big a time commitment to graduate wishing you had done it differently. Too many student s graduate with no job prospects and little career guidance. College is about more than landing a job after graduation, but it can be a powerful career launcher. This book will get you on track and help you become one of the winners.
The book includes:
Help in identifying your priorities so it will be easier to make choices;
Guidance for careers in business, medicine, law, science so you can plan ahead;
Exploration of the options available to you so you know what resources your school offers;
Worksheet to make scheduling classes easy;
Advice about finding good professors, achieving good grades and finding a mentor so you can succeed;
Suggestions for making the most of semester breaks so you have fun and build your resume;
Summary guides for listing your accomplishments so you are prepared for grad school applications or job interviews.
How To Make the Most of College is essential for every student begining their college education.