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Here are the top ten articles for the Colleges Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. The Danger of Deficit Thinking
Many middle- and high-school students face major challenges in the educational system that have nothing at all to do with their personal circumstances. Deficit thinking is one of the more dangerous obstacles our children face. Here's why.
2. Becoming a Dentist
Dentists diagnose and treat problems in the mouth related to teeth and promote oral hygiene. They also perform a variety of other tasks including repair of decayed teeth, tooth removal, and dental care instruction.
3. Building Self-Esteem
Self-esteem is important for daily functioning. Having strong self-esteem can help you enjoy your life and be healthier. However, if you have low self-esteem, it can cause you to be less happy and experience many mental and physical health problems.
4. Certificate vs. Certified
The terms certificate and certified are often confused because of their similarities in sound. However, it is important to understand the differences in these terms to help you when you are researching degree programs and professional certifications.
5. School Social Worker Sue Cataen-Ingram
Have you ever thought about becoming a school social worker? If so, you won't want to miss this interview with School Social Worker Sue Cataen-Ingram, MSW.
6. Academic Advisors
Academic advisors can be one of the best resources on campus for students. Advisors are often experts in university regulations and degree requirements. They also can help students as they adjust to college life and prepare for their futures.
7. School Counselor Tammy Beckelheimer
Interview with Tammy Beckelheimer, school counselor, for those who may be interested in pursuing a school counseling career.
8. Networking Cards
Networking cards are a great way for to pass on your information to professional contacts you meet. They are similar to business cards except they include your personal information. These cards are great for college students who do not yet have business cards.
9. Kaplan University Student Johnna Williams
Interview with Johnna Williams, student at Kaplan University. She is working on her Bachelor of Science (BS) in Human Services.
10. Cover Letters for College Students
Cover letter writing is a very important skill for students to master because they can make the difference between an employer reading your resume and the employer passing it over. A well-written cover letter may persuade the employer to consider you as a job candidate.
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