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What’s Your Type?
Does anyone know what to do with their life at 21? Yeah, me neither. But don’t worry friends! Guidance comes from all sorts of places, especially at USG! That’s why I’m here to tell you about the Strong Interest Inventory … Continue reading
Link it up!
The impact of social media is immense and this is where LinkedIn comes in. LinkedIn.com is a website where one can market themselves to potential employer and where professional networking takes place digitally. As digital space is getting more … Continue reading
Ultimately, I’m so grateful that my time at the Universities at Shady Grove allowed me to learn about new developments in my field of study and connect with my passion – material culture. Since then, school has been so much more interesting and I’ve taken ownership of my education. Continue reading
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Here are a few ways you can prepare for finding a job you want. Continue reading
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