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A Career Coach’s Take on YouScience
April 12, 2021

by Tara Randolph What is YouScience YouScience’s Aptitude and Career Discovery is an assessment that students can take to learn more about how their interests and aptitudes relate to potential college majors and career paths. YouScience puts students through a number of assessments with different focuses, some focusing more on reading comprehension, visual patterns, math,…

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Resume
December 14, 2020

Tips to Create and Edit Your Resume A resume is an extremely valuable document that you will need throughout your life. Whether you’re applying to a job, internship, or college, the goal of your resume is to get you to the next step of the hiring/admission process. For any of these circumstances, it might be…

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How to Ace the Boarding School or College Zoom Interview
September 28, 2020

11 Ways to Ace the Boarding School or College Zoom Interview  originally written by Kristina Grappo and updated for 2020 Okay real talk. The Zoom (or other video chat feature) interview is great. You don’t have to leave your house, you don’t have to wear pants, the possibilities are really endless. Technology– ammiright?! Don’t get…

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The Do’s and Dont’s of a Zoom Interview
April 15, 2020

The Do’s and Don’ts of a Zoom Interview Everyone is on Zoom, or similar platforms these days, whether it’s for online class, a conversation with potential coach, interview for a job or with a college, or even making new friends (hey, it counts!). Let’s learn how to ACE the Zoom interview. There are some tricks…

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How to Rock the Boarding School Zoom/ Skype Interview
February 1, 2018

How to Rock the Boarding School Zoom/ Skype Interview Interviewing for anything? New job boarding school placement college  even making new friends (hey, it counts!) This can be nerve-wracking for most. When you’re preparing for a boarding school interview virtually or via a boarding school Zoom/ Skype interview, there are some pitfalls we don’t want…

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So You Want to Do “Something International”?
February 18, 2011

When I talk to students about college, we naturally talk about their future career plans and goals. And not surprisingly, many Third Culture Kids or international students in my practice who have had an international experience while growing up seek other international experiences as adults. I have other students, too, who have never been overseas…

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