January 21, 2017

Everyday Leadership at Lincoln University

Saturday, March 19, 2011 was a beautiful, sunny day in southeastern Pennsylvania.… [read me]

Everyday Leadership at Lincoln University Everyday Leadership at Lincoln University

4 Tips for more effective note-taking

Now that you are in college, you’ll quickly learn that great organizational skills,… [read me]

4 Tips for more effective note-taking 4 Tips for more effective note-taking

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!

Getting Started on Your College Journey

Your quest to college completion will be long and time consuming. To help you get… [read me]

Getting Started on Your College Journey Getting Started on Your College Journey

Tips for Taking the GRE While You Are Still in College

The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is the aptitude test students take before graduate… [read me]

Tips for Taking the GRE While You Are Still in College Tips for Taking the GRE While You Are Still in College

How Does Growth in Motion™ Impact My Life as a College Student?

Growth is development, evolution, progress, increase, expansion. In short, it means… [read me]

How Does Growth in Motion™ Impact My Life as a College Student? How Does Growth in Motion™ Impact My Life as a College Student?

Be Tech Savvy: Building More Effective Leaders

I know you already know about @groupme!  You probably use it socially all the time,… [read me]

Be Tech Savvy: Building More Effective Leaders Be Tech Savvy: Building More Effective 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 Tips for Moving Out of Your Parents’ House to College

By Zoe Anderson Moving out of your parents’ house is equal parts exciting and terrifying. On one hand, you’re glad you get to go to college and start your journey to becoming fully independent. On the other hand, you’re going to have to step it up and figure out how to do this “adult” thing … [Read This...]

10 Writing Tips that Will Rescue Your Resume

Many college students and recent college graduates dread writing a resume. The intimidation factor can be significant when faced with the task of enumerating what may seem like limited skills and experiences in order to land your first real job. Obviously, employers don't expect college students … [Read This...]

Successful OJT for students - photo copyright Rick Sherrell

Successful on the job training (OJT) for students

On the job training is an opportunity to take a glimpse into the world of business. If you've been in school for years, this first glimpse can show you how a business is run, what workers are like and how they are perceived by their peers. If you look closely enough, you will notice important … [Read This...]

4 Reasons to Buy a Car Before Graduation

4 Reasons to Buy a Car Before Graduation

Pretty soon, you can finally exhale as you walk across the stage and receive your degree. One chapter of your life will be closing, but another one will quickly open. But, before the big day arrives, a few arrangements must be made, including transportation. You may have arrived on campus without a … [Read This...]

4 Tips for more effective note-taking - photo copyright 2012 Rick Sherrell

4 Tips for more effective note-taking

Now that you are in college, you’ll quickly learn that great organizational skills, good study habits, and overall discipline are crucial to your academic success. While these habits may not be the norm for you, making them a regular part of your routine will make the college experience more … [Read This...]

Be a glass polisher

I have had a lot of mentors in my life, people that I look up to, people who encouraged and supported me. They could have easily pushed me aside or told me I was never going to succeed, but they took an interest in me, and that has made all of the difference in my life. My friend, Dr. Jeanine C. … [Read This...]

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How Does Growth in Motion™ Impact My Life as a College Student?

Growth is development, evolution, progress, increase, expansion. In short, it means CHANGE. To be in motion means to move, act, engage in an activity, or to shift something. I define “growth in motion” as a phrase that describes a way of being in relationship with oneself. It is a process of … [Read This...]

Tips for Taking the GRE While You Are Still in College - photo copyright Rick Sherrell

Tips for Taking the GRE While You Are Still in College

The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is the aptitude test students take before graduate school. Almost all graduate school programs require students to take this exam. You will probably need to take the exam while you are still working on your undergraduate degree if you plan to enroll in graduate … [Read This...]

Dave Kelly - Everyday Leadership at Lincoln University

Everyday Leadership at Lincoln University

Saturday, March 19, 2011 was a beautiful, sunny day in southeastern Pennsylvania. I had spent the night before near the Philadelphia airport and took the short drive to Lincoln University of Pennsylvania, in Lincoln University, PA. As I drove up to the gates of this Historically Black University … [Read This...]

10 Unique Careers in Nursing

We have long since moved passed the days of Florence Nightingale and the images of nurses in pinafore aprons and folded caps. The scope of nursing has expanded beyond the doctor’s office and hospitals. Today’s nurses have the potential to take their careers in multiple directions. Technology is … [Read This...]

7 Great Paying Jobs that Require a Master’s Degree

While paying for a higher degree can feel a little daunting, to get a great paying job, you will need to get a master's degree. Below are seven great-paying jobs, but to get that stellar salary, you'll need to earn it. 1. Software Engineer Steve jobs might have started developing software in … [Read This...]

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Athletics Master’s Degrees for College Professionals

If you have decided to work within the field of athletics and want to build a career in the academic sector, you should know that attaining an athletics master's degree is an excellent way for you to accomplish this objective. There are a plethora of challenging, information-packed degree programs … [Read This...]

5 Money Rules Every Young Adult Should Live By

Before you moved out of your parents' house, managing money probably wasn’t a priority; after all, your parents made sure you were taken care of. Now, it’s up to you to manage the funds from your paycheck to meet your basic needs. If not, you could find yourself hungry or buried in a mountain … [Read This...]

Two-Year Degree Options in Lieu of Mounting College Debt

By Chelsy Ranard Furthering your education seems like a positive decision for reaching your career goals. But a college degree can be both a blessing and a hindrance for many graduates. Depending on the industry you're pursuing, a bachelor's degree might not be worth the debt attached to a … [Read This...]

How to Protect Yourself When Using Campus WiFi

By Cassie Phillips The quality of the campus WiFi connection probably wasn’t part of your criteria when you picked which college you wanted to attend. Yet WiFi is something you use every day on campus. You may have even given your phone, tablet or laptop permission to connect automatically when … [Read This...]

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