My name is Dan and I'm a junior at San Francisco State University. My major is Journalism: Print and Online with a minor in Economics. I like sports and I like writing. Coincidentally, I like sports writing.
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“One thing at a time” has been my mantra when I get overwhelmed. I find myself saying this more and more as finals come around. There never seems to be enough hours in the day to complete all the things that need to get done before the semester ends.
I’ve compiled the most obscure, the most trivial, the most arbitrary and the most hilarious things any of my roommates have ever said to me.
The more employers I speak with, the more I learn that their emphasis is finding the all-in-one employee. With the job market in the shape that it’s in, businesses are stretching every dollar they have. Finding individuals with a ubiquitous skill-set is what’s desirable. Fear not. All it takes is practice and motivation to conquer these programs, and there are hundreds of guides available on the web. Also, check your local university, as they most likely offer classes that teach competency in these programs.
Here are five useful programs that many companies look for proficiency in when hiring:
Getting scholarships is a great way to supplement important college expenses like tuition and rent–and beer. And for most of us, the college scholarship deadline is drawing near.
As a journalism major whose emphasis is editing, I go over a lot of academic work. People usually make common mistakes when turning essays into professors or other academic officials. That one mistake can be difference between getting and not getting a scholarship.
Use these five tips to optimize your chances at a scholarship when writing those essays: