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Baby Steps: Presenting at a National Conference

May 13, 2018, by Shweta Baby Steps: Presenting at a National Conference The initial part of the title may confuse those who are familiar with my blog. However, with finals coming up soon and my metaphorical creative juice supply running low...

My Year Abroad – An Experience

May 12, 2018, by Anjni My Year Abroad – An Experience So the academic year has officially come to a close for me on this side of the globe, and with it, I close the chapter of my wonderful year abroad – and all so soon; time has just fl...

Why Your Credit Score Matters: An International Student’s Perspective

You know the saying: money isn’t everything. But let me tell you – not having it can be. Let’s talk about bad credit scores for a second. Bad credit scores can seriously affect your ability to get a loan, rent a car, or get a place on...

Our Free eBook Helps You Nail Your Job Interview

So you landed the interview and prepared for it. Great. But are you ready show up to the interview and nail it? Just like how we did for our first and second ebooks, we reached out to the pros and asked them to give you advice on how to roc...

A Second Year’s Guide to Nottingham

May 9, 2018, by Lucy A Second Year’s Guide to Nottingham Since it is exam season, it is pretty safe to say that this academic year is reading its final curtain. With this drawing of the strings, so too my degree gets closer to completion ...

How You Can Find Millions of Dollars in Unclaimed Scholarships

One financial expert estimates that millions of dollars in Canadian scholarships go unclaimed every year. There seems to be a false belief among most students that scholarships aren’t for them. You might feel that you’re not quite smart...

How To Deal With Your First B

When I was in high school, I was a straight-A student. I’m sure a lot of you were too. Maybe you said things like “I didn’t study for that test, and I still got 92%.” If you did, you were a lot like seventeen-year-old me. Now, my Gr...

How Much Can Your Employer Legally Make You Work?

Curious about how much your employer can legally make you work? Here are your work questions. Answered. For all this talk of #hustle, there hasn’t been much clarity on how much time we as students actually owe our jobs. It’s how myths a...

7 Things To Do While Waiting For Your Job Offer

Whether you’re in between contracts, waiting for an employer to get back to you, or searching for your first “real” job…being without work can be very stressful. As students, money is already tight. And missing a single paycheque co...

Here’s How I Became a Director of Marketing In My 20’s

Getting a real job when you’re still young is tough. So how did Soha Mohiuddin work her way up from a Senior Marketing Manager to a Director of Marketing in her 20’s? Facing an uncertain financial future is a touchstone experience for ...

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