Tag: College Advice

5 Things to Look For On a College Campus That Benefit Mental Health

By Carly Drake, North Central College and Diane Bruce Anstine, North Central College Researchers have studied college students’ mental health for decades. Even in the 1920s, it was clear that the many stresses of higher education – like academic demands, post-graduation plans and financial concerns – wear on students. This stress can incite new mental health concerns and worsen existing ones, such as anxiety and depression. Sleep…

7 Best Study Tips for College Students

The age of information has made a lot of things easier, but in many ways, it’s made college quite a bit harder. With websites like Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit taking their toll on our concentration, it’s harder than ever to stay focused. Good study habits are essential if you want to succeed in college. Whether you’re just beginning college or you’re looking for that…

5 Tips for Making the Most of Your Remote Internship

By Annie Pei You snagged a remote internship—congrats! Welcome to a world of flexible working. While remote internships have a ton of pros, you’ll need to be prepared to work and complete all of your intern responsibilities…with all the distractions at home. When you have a remote internship, how can you stay focused and make sure you’re getting things done? We’ve got five easy tips…

4 Signs You’re Succeeding at Your Internship

4 Signs You’re Succeeding at Your Internship You’ve just begun to settle into the routine of your internship. But even if the sleep and coffee deprivation is beginning to wear you down, don’t despair! There’s a good chance that your internship is going better than you think it is, especially if you’ve been proactive in the workplace. Here are four…