Why college students should use LinkedIn

Why college students should use LinkedIn

When you think about social media, LinkedIn may not immediately come to mind. It doesn’t seem “social” — it’s not where your friends hang out. Or is it? With more than 500 million users (40 percent of whom check in daily), LinkedIn has huge potential to shape your life. You and your college student should

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Help your college student graduate in four years

Help your college student graduate in four years

It can be frustrating for parents to realize that, even if they’re paying most of their son or daughter’s college expenses, they make few of the decisions and may hear little if anything about their student’s progress. The college years are when parents really see their role changing to that of coach and onlooker. However,

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Here comes move-in day!

Here comes move-in day!

The weeks leading up to your freshman leaving for college are a virtual amusement park (i.e., beyond just a roller coaster) of emotion and activity. Shopping and packing, paperwork and appointments, connecting with new roommates, saying goodbye to old friends… Some students — and parents — embrace the chaos while others resist and procrastinate. To

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  • I've been through the process twice, and you are so right: it is stressful! However, everything works out for the best. My daughter ended up attending a school she didn't even want to see. In fact, the day we went to visit, she decided to leave the tour early, rather than going to the question and answer session. Well, it was the best four years of her life thus far, and she has made lifetime friends and had many wonderful experiences because of her education there. Thanks for sharing. I always love reading your pieces.