Category: Career Exploration
Unlike a search for buried treasure, there is no such thing as the perfect map to success. As the world continues to change, so do the pathways to a successful, fulfilling career!
At the tender age of five, students begin to postulate about their future in the form of “When I grow up, I want to be ….” However, with a mere five-year experience with the world under their belt
One of the most common measurements of student success is a school’s graduation rate. The concept is that if students are doing well, they will persist through their programs, finish their classes, and earn their diplomas.
There is a great deal of research about the role of personality and interests in learning behaviors and outcomes. How can educators and students alike use this information to their benefit?
While theoretical learning definitely holds its place in schools, hands-on learning allows students not only the opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge but also become agents of change in their community. Many programs are sprouting up across the United States that allow students to learn through this method of practical application.
Self awareness can play a large part in academic success. As students continue on their academic path, their interests should play a pivotal role in their major, university, and extracurricular selection. Looking further, these interests play a vital role in their career and earnings.