Top 13 Questions to Ask in Your Next College Interview. Asking a specific question makes it clear that your interest is genuine and suggests you have something to offer the university. It is an open-ended inquiry that will initiate a deeper conversation, not a simple yes or no question that you could have googled.
For those in high school, it is tough to secure a steady job throughout the school year while managing homework, sports, community service, and all the extracurricular activities kids are involved in. College students can also find it challenging to search and interview for a job from afar.
After months—and sometimes years—of hard work and anticipation, the nation’s high school seniors are finally starting to hear back from colleges. The majority of schools aim for a decision release date “on or around April 1,”
March and April are busy months for college visits. High school students are simultaneously excited and nervous about visiting colleges and universities. Some are just starting their journey as sophomores and juniors going on their first set of college tours.
College Scoops is continually on the lookout for students and young entrepreneurs who rock. We reached out to Logan Scanlon, a senior at Bryant University and Founder of Candles for Everyone, and Gabrielle Stone to learn more about their student-run organization, Collegiate Outreach.
Meet our guest blogger, Sloane Chmara, a senior at Vanderbilt University, who shared her story and reflections below on how she created a healthy and happy life balance while studying at Vanderbilt University AND starting her own business, Kale and Kravings.
Dr. Josie, Founder of Write Your Acceptance, University Lecturer, Published Author, and College Essay Expert. Dr. Josie has 10+ years of teaching at the college level (she is currently teaching writing at the University of Miami) and helping students craft their college essays.
I was never very good at taking college advice when I was young. If only I could go back and listen, just listen. College is really expensive and everyone is looking to get the most out of their experience, but sometimes we lose sight of things. We are always striving for the next move, the next job, the internship but as a result, we never really engage in the “here and now”.