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How to Make Your Resume Stand Out If You’ve Never Had an Internship Before

Having an internship during the school year or summer has innumerable benefits—not only are you getting valuable experience in your desired career field, you’re taught how to operate in an office environment and apply your classroom work to real-life. Plus, you may even get academic credit at the end of your internship. However, looking for an internship can be incredibly intimidating if…

6 Worthwhile Scholarships to Fund Study Abroad

Whether you want to learn a new language or explore a different culture, studying abroad during college is an experience like no other. With thousands of programs to choose from, you could soon be strolling down the streets of Paris or hiking the slopes of Machu Picchu. But even as more U.S. undergraduate students study abroad – upward of 313,000 in the 2014-15 academic…

Post-College Expenses: What to Expect

You may know how to create a post-college budget, but it's time to talk about exactly what expenses to expect after you graduate. Now that you've had a few weeks to revel in how good graduation feels (congrats!), take a few minutes to learn about those all the expenses—including the hidden ones—that come with real life, and how to budget for them. 1.…

4 Tricks to Earn a Degree as a Parent

Our society has a very narrow view of how education should work. Typically, the average college student is someone who finishes high school, goes directly to college, and works towards earning a degree. Once you begin your career, many people assume that your education is complete. But this is simply not true. But there is no doubt that trying to…

Tips for Coming Home from College

Finals are over! You can smell the home cooking over the dirty laundry in your luggage awaiting a quarter-less washing machine at home. Your bed—not the dorm bed you have endured the past three or four months—awaits your body’s collapse for a Rip Van Winkle-like sleep. And then there is home cooking—not the meal plan back at college and not three-day-old…

12 Tips for Starting off Second Semester Right

After a month of winter break, it can be difficult to get back into the swing of school. Here are some helpful tips for getting back on the right foot! 1. Organize your school supplies. I like to have a color-coordinating folder and notebook for each class. 2. Get a planner. You can even color code it to match your folders and notebooks! These…

Deutsche Bank: Technology Internship Program (Summer 2019)

Deutsche Bank provides commercial and investment banking, retail banking, transaction banking, and asset and wealth management products and services to corporations, governments, institutional investors, small and medium-sized businesses, and private individuals. They're Germany’s leading bank, with a strong position in Europe and a significant presence in the Americas and Asia Pacific. About your internship Join Deutsche Bank and you will be…

5 Tips for Paying off Student Loans Fast

While some may argue that you can’t put a price on a good education, many millennials aren’t feeling quite the same. In fact, many of today’s graduates face the grueling task of paying off student loans within a reasonable timeframe. If you’ve been left holding the bag (as well as a diploma), don’t worry. Here's an expert who will show you…

Best Value Colleges 2017: 300 Schools Worth The Investment

College Decision Day is fast approaching. High school seniors, transfer students, and their families will soon make one of the most important personal and financial decisions of their lives: What schools are worth the investment? With prices topping $80,000 for a public 4-year college degree and $180,000 for their private counterparts, selecting an undergraduate school is one of the biggest financial…

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