Tag: coronavirus

10 Ways College Students Can Navigate the Coronavirus Outbreak

Students should know that resources are available. As the novel coronavirus pandemic rages on, colleges are taking steps to mitigate the crisis that may alter students’ lives in other uncomfortable ways, such as upending support systems and forcing students to rethink basic needs. “Campuses are closing and most in a haphazard, confusing way with limited notice. Students are incurring unplanned expenses…

How To Maintain Your Career Plans During This Pandemic

 With COVID-19 spreading rapidly across the globe, many companies are more concerned with the present rather than looking forward to hiring new employees, resulting in several hiring freezes. While the situation is unprecedented and understandably stressful, it makes this time extremely difficult for seniors who depend on jobs after graduation to support themselves. Esther Leonard, the Assistant Director of Career Education at Boston University, discusses with HerCampus…

Free Resources and Subscriptions for Remote Learning and Homeschooling Due to Coronavirus

Kids need and ultimately benefit greatly from a structured environment. Many schools will start providing remote learning in the coming weeks — meanwhile, here is curated guide of free resources and subscriptions for remote learning and homeschooling that we as parents will be utilizing and hope these resources will benefit you and your family during this quarantine.

How History Can Bring Us Hope: Inspirational Female Trailblazers

In 2020, Women’s History Month comes amid a time of social upheaval and global fear over the coronavirus pandemic and resulting political turmoil. While for many the 2020 presidential race is now an afterthought, this Women’s History Month does also mark the departure of the last remaining women candidates from the 2020 presidential field — during an election year that also marks the centennial of women’s suffrage.

3 Tips For Job Hunting During The Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus concern has been spreading like wildfire and it’s causing some major issues for both employers, employees, and job seekers. Some companies are experiencing hiring freezes, alternative interviewing setups (i.e. video interviewing vs. face-to-face), and even layoffs as a result of this pandemic.  So, don’t be surprised if you see hiring slow down over the next few months. In a time…

How this CEO is Transforming her Business in this Pandemic

Asma Ishaq, a visionary CEO in Direct-to-Consumer uses what she calls a founder’s mentality to help her navigate successfully throughout challenges. When asked about leading through this pandemic, she summed it up as, “communications and goodwill keep this CEO’s ship sailing”. In this article, Asma shares important insights for all leaders.  What business practices are you doing to keep your people…

Best Methods of Self Study for Students

Self studying, which involves studying without direct supervision or attendance in a classroom, is a valuable way to learn, and is quickly growing in popularity among parents and students. By complementing formal education with home study, students can see a drastic improvement to grades, material understanding, and confidence. Many students study at home to supplement their class-based learning. However, self…