December 10, 2016

Meeting Icebreaker: All My Friends and Neighbors

This meeting icebreaker is a great game that can be done multiple times and is especially… [read me]

Meeting Icebreaker: All My Friends and Neighbors Meeting Icebreaker: All My Friends and Neighbors

Tech tools for college writing, research, data and charts

When students surf the Web, they will probably find countless applications that are… [read me]

Tech tools for college writing, research, data and charts Tech tools for college writing, research, data and charts

Never Fear, Service is Here!

I stood there frozen with fear. I was about to go out in front of an audience that… [read me]

Never Fear, Service is Here! Never Fear, Service is Here!

You could catch this on your next date

One out of four of the college students reading this post has a sexually transmitted… [read me]

You could catch this on your next date You could catch this on your next date

College overload and exhaustion? De-stress with Quick Coherence

That time has come again for end of semester final exams and the competition to earn… [read me]

College overload and exhaustion? De-stress with Quick Coherence College overload and exhaustion? De-stress with Quick Coherence

When should I train my student leaders?

That’s a question I get a lot. And the answer is that it varies from school to… [read me]

When should I train my student leaders? When should I train my student leaders?

A Campus MONTH of Service: 4 Ways to Make it Work

One way to get more students, faculty and staff involved in your community service… [read me]

A Campus MONTH of Service: 4 Ways to Make it Work A Campus MONTH of Service: 4 Ways to Make it Work

5 Best Websites for Finding an Internship

Looking to gain a little more experience in your desired field before you enter the workforce? You’ve probably found yourself on the prowl for a worthwhile internship. Internships pop up all the time, though many of them don’t actually provide the experience you may be looking for. If you want a … [Read This...]

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Meeting Icebreaker: All My Friends and Neighbors

This meeting icebreaker is a great game that can be done multiple times and is especially effective at camp retreats where your members will be spending a lot of time together. You'll need a good deal of space to do this and because you'll move chairs and break up into groups it won't work in a … [Read This...]

15 Transferable skills that make you employable

15 Transferable skills that make you employable

In this day and age, employers expect graduates to not only have knowledge of their area of study or expertise, but to have the inherent and learned ability to adapt to the new working environment they will be joining. They'll expect you to bring exceptional communication skills, the ability to lead … [Read This...]

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The Interview: KNOWLEDGE

KNOWLEDGE Know a little about everything. Be aware of your body language. Be prepared. Talk directly to your audience. Pay attention and listen. Improve your knowledge with this success advice from my book, "Rock to the Top: What I Learned About Success from the World's Greatest Rock … [Read This...]

Is Medical Law the right specialty for you?

Getting a Law degree with a specialty in Medical Law is a momentous undertaking, with years of study, practicums, more study, internships and typically a second degree in Public Health or Medicine (MD), or a master's degree in health law after graduating from a Juris Doctor (JD) programme. A dual … [Read This...]

Felicia Harlow | College overload and exhaustion - Try De-stressing with Quick Coherence

College overload and exhaustion? De-stress with Quick Coherence

That time has come again for end of semester final exams and the competition to earn high grades is fierce. After all, there are only so many top grades that professors can distribute when working with the ‘curve!’ The hope is that everyone does well so that the curve is set higher. But what if most … [Read This...]

Felicia Harlow - Growth In Motion

Growing Toward Balance and Happiness Within

Do you feel good about yourself inside of your closest relationships? Do you feel like you are an asset in your relationships or a hindrance? Do you often say to yourself “he or she just doesn’t understand me!” If you feel like I am speaking directly to you in the questions above, then you could … [Read This...]

The Perks of Taking on an Internship

The Perks of Taking on an Internship

As competition for jobs today become more and more cutthroat, the biggest difference between you and the contender sitting next to you is work experience. So for those of you who don’t have the work experience needed, you can have the next best thing, an internship! Why are they so great? A … [Read This...]

Dave Kelly - When should I train my student leaders

When should I train my student leaders?

That’s a question I get a lot. And the answer is that it varies from school to school, what stage of leadership your student leaders are at and what you are trying to accomplish. Since I can’t cover every conceivable situation in this blog post I’ll give you some general guidelines about timing your … [Read This...]

10 Emotional Management Strategies

10 Emotional Management Strategies while in College

Does college have you suffering from burnout, exhaustion or overwhelm? Trying to find the right balance between friends, study, family and more? If so, you may be a victim of emotional overload. Emotional overload is that place we all come to when we say things like “I can’t take it anymore,” “This … [Read This...]

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Assuring Failure is Not an Option!

As many students are taking a summer and a break from brain work, it is a good time to look back over what you have accomplished since the school year began last August or September. How are your grades? How is your state of mind? How do you feel about the future? Taking all of that into … [Read This...]

Dave Kelly - Never Fear, Service is Here

Never Fear, Service is Here!

I stood there frozen with fear. I was about to go out in front of an audience that was not willing to sit still. They squirmed. They were talking amongst themselves. They were ready for a show and I was going to have to give it to them. Why, oh why did I agree to this? Was I crazy? Did I have a … [Read This...]

You could catch this on your next date - Photo copyright 2011 Rick Sherrell

You could catch this on your next date

One out of four of the college students reading this post has a sexually transmitted disease - which pretty much means there's a good chance you could catch one on your next date! I know that sounds shocking, but as they say... "you can't make this stuff up!" OnlineColleges.net recently shared … [Read This...]

Dayna Steele - Party Like a Rock Star

Party Like a Rock Star?

Wow. You’ve done it. You’ve finally graduated from high school and you’re off to college. You’ll be on your own with a car, an apartment, a college ID, freedom, and the ability to plan your own schedule and make your own decisions. Party! Not so quick. It is never too early to start branding … [Read This...]

Tech tools for college writing - photo copyright 2012 Rick Sherrell

Tech tools for college writing, research, data and charts

When students surf the Web, they will probably find countless applications that are purported to help them. In many cases, this software is hardly useful, although it is usually expensive. However, you shouldn't suppose that none of these programs warrant attention. There are numerous tools that can … [Read This...]