Survey: Engineering seniors study the most – USATODAY.com.
If you are thinking about pursuing a career as an engineer, here is something to take note of. Engineering seniors studied the most of the various majors studied (19 hours/week). You might like math or physics, but be sure you are also prepared to work hard if you decide to follow this path.
The key to finding the right path is to understand your own values, abilities and interests. If you need help in identifying any of these, talk to your counselor! We have a variety of activities and instruments that will help you discover more about yourself. The more you know, the better you can plan. The better you plan, the more successful and satisfied you will be.
College Prep Guide: 11th Grade – SchoolFamily.com. If you are an 11th grade student, or the parent of one, it is really time to be serious about thinking about what comes next. If you think you might be interested in college, here is a handy guide to help you navigate your way through some of the challenges.
I’m here to help you, if you are one of my students, but I know sometimes you want to work on these things when I am busy at another site.
What If You Don’t Know What Your Passion Is? Where to Look | Liz Strauss at Successful Blog. Last week I spoke with a number of young adults who had difficulty telling me what they wanted to do when they finished high school. They had difficulty putting a finger on what they were “passionate about”. When you don’t know the answer (or think you don’t) it is pretty hard to really care about school, grades, taking the SAT & ACT tests… But, once you discover what it is that you were meant to do, the other pieces start to fall into place. Check out this perspective on knowing what your passion is. Maybe it will help some of you get excited about your future in a way you never have before.
Getting Ready for College: Helping your college counselor help you! | Bell Curves. More from the helpful folks at Bell Curves… Maybe a bit self serving for me to post — but I really want to help your kids find the right fit!
What is the PSAT and why it matters! | Bell Curves. Congrats to CSD students on their initiative in taking the PSAT yesterday. This is the biggest group we’ve ever had. For those of you with 9th and 10th graders, put this on your radar for next year.
National Merit Scholarship Corporation – NMSP. Information on the National Merit Scholarship Program –for those of you taking the PSAT this week/
Top Schools For Elementary Education Programs | Campus Chat. All you crazy kids who are considering careers as teachers, check out this list of the Top Schools for Elementary Ed. West Virginia is the least selective and University of Alabama Birmingham has the Best Academics…
Juniors and Seniors, here is a list of unique colleges that you should check out!
Ten totally unique U.S. colleges | USA TODAY College.