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New degree: Robotics

New degree: Robotics

Jon Fortenbury |

The study of robots: Who wouldn't want to learn about it? A degree in robotics can teach you about the field, as well as helping to prepare you for a possible career working with robots.

Three ways to build your resume in college

Three ways to build your resume in college

Jon Fortenbury |

A bachelor's degree alone may not be enough to find a job after college. You can and should do more during college to beef up that resume, like these three things.

Exam-taking tips for online students

Exam-taking tips for online students

Jon Fortenbury |

In many ways, tests for online students are the same as tests for on-campus students. There are a few crucial differences, though, and following these tips can help when it's time to take that test.

The importance of applying to

The importance of applying to "reach schools"

Jon Fortenbury |

It might be a stretch, but applying to colleges where you have little chance is still worth it for a few different reasons.

10 Community Colleges in Michigan

10 Michigan community colleges worth considering

Aimee Hosler |

Learn how these 10 community colleges in Michigan are helping students (and Michigan) strive toward economic success.

Emerging field: Food trucks

Emerging field: Food trucks

Jon Fortenbury |

Food trucks are popping up all over the country, but running one entails food, business and legal knowledge to give it the best opportunity for success.

How to find a quality internship

How to find a quality internship

Jon Fortenbury |

Finding any old internship is often not the difficult part. Finding a quality one can be tricky, without the right approach.

Tips for college recommendation letters

Tips for strong college recommendation letters

Jon Fortenbury |

While letters of recommendation may be partially out of your control, there's still a lot you can do to ensure you get the best ones for college possible.

New degree: Geodesign

New degree: Geodesign

Jon Fortenbury |

If sustainability is your passion, you might want to learn more about geodesign, which also implements design and planning.

Should you work an unpaid internship?

Should you work an unpaid internship?

Jon Fortenbury |

For some, it's a rite of passage. For others, it's a waste of time, or worse, illegal. Unpaid internships are a mixed bag, but can be worth it for the right person.

Five self-discipline tips for online students

Five self-discipline tips for online students

Jon Fortenbury |

Self-discipline is not only a good skill to have in life, but a necessary one to have for online students. Developing it may take practice -- and these tips.

Five tips: Writing a grad school statement of purpose

Writing grad school statement of purpose

Jon Fortenbury |

The importance of the statement of purpose often goes overlooked. But if you can't show why you're a fit in this paper, then it could cost you acceptance, in some cases.

New degree: Digital forensics

New degree: Digital forensics

Jon Fortenbury |

If you grew up glued to crime television and have long been infatuated with technology, then a digital forensics degree may be your calling.

Is it wise to work while in college?

Is it wise to work while in college?

Jon Fortenbury |

Spending money and less debt vs. more time for social events and studying: That's the decision faced by many students. And there's no easy answer.

Five tips for writing a brilliant college admissions essay

Five tips for writing a college admissions essay

Jon Fortenbury |

The college admissions essay is one of the most important components of a college application. Heed all the advice you can get to ensure you vanquish your admissions essay and get accepted into the school you want.

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