Tips for landing a summer internship

Need to find a summer internship? It can be exceedingly stressful to navigate the world of internship applications—especially for freshmen and sophomores who are often competing against juniors for coveted spots. Overwhelmed by the process? Can’t afford to move to a new city for the summer? Worried about how you’re going to get an internship without connections? Then this is for you. Click to gain some tidbits of knowledge and hopefully some peace of mind as well! 🌊✌🏾🌊

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How Language Study Shaped my Career

I knew I wanted to learn a third language…but I never imagined I would. A happy coincidence my senior year of high school, a summer course before enrolling at Wellesley, and my mother’s belief that being bilingual no longer suffices drove me to pursue Mandarin. Six years later, that single decision has changed my life beyond what I thought possible. Thinking about taking a foreign language? Go for it. You might be astounded by the doors it opens. ✈️📚🇹🇼

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Making Time Work for You

Alway feel like there aren’t enough hours in a day? Managing time is a cornerstone of success. Learning how to control the flow of your day allows you to enjoy greater peace of mind. Although it’s a long process and takes a lot of hard work and dedication these three strategies can help you start off on the right track. Click to read more!

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Military Service Academies — An Alternative Path to a Great Education

Are you interested in going to school, but are not sure how to pay for it? Today, our new columnist, Dave Rodriguez, shares how Military Service Academies can help you attend a great school for free and spring you into exciting careers you might not even know existed—oh, and why you might need to throw a basketball during the application process. Click to find out more! 🏀🏀🏀

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"I’m in a position right now to set myself up to be the guy who can help"

In November 2018 Fred Curtis ran a state senate campaign that flipped a seat that had been held by one party for almost two decades—by 154 votes. He has a law degree, a book published, and runs his own political consulting firm, CTK strategies. In addition to this (and perhaps most importantly), he is one of the kindest, most resilient, brilliant people I know. Click to read his story. 🎓🗳📖

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