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It sneaks up on you. More and more of your assignments become “optional” (at least in your mind, anyway), weeknights spent binge watching Disney movies become increasingly appealing and the library becomes a place you never dare to enter. Collegiettes, we’re talking about the infamous ailment known as senioritis. We totally get it: It can be hard to buckle down and concentrate senior year when all you and your friends want to do is live each and every one of your final days of college to the fullest. But it's important to still be looking for jobs and doing what needs to be done so that you...
After snagging that internship this summer, you learned how to make the best of it, how to be a better intern and how to connect with your fellow interns. Now that you have the skills, you’re ready for your next internship... right? It may sound crazy, but as one internship and job season ends, another begins. We spend the spring applying for summer opportunities and the summer applying for fall positions. Now that fall is around the corner, it’s time to see what’s on the horizon for spring and summer again! Come October or so, you may wish you’d done a few things for your internship or job...
Whether you’re paying for tuition, books, an apartment or just a froyo addiction, a job can make your college years significantly easier to afford. And where’s the first place you should look to find one? On campus, of course! But not all positions are created equal—and a role that’s ill suited to your personality will make you dread every day of work. We’ve compiled a list of the most common campus jobs and their pros and cons so that every day you’re hustlin’ in a role that’s ideal for your individual strengths and preferences. 1. For the mama bear: resident assistant If you’re constantly...