Showing posts with label college resources. Show all posts
Showing posts with label college resources. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

College Bucket List

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Be it that we have lived through college, we definitely have a pretty seasoned College Bucket List to share with our fellow college readers. Whether you're embarking on your college journey soon or midday into it, check these College Bucket List items off of your list:

  1. Join a sorority (I mean, that's obvi, right?!)
  2. Live in college housing
  3. If you're a sorority girl, live in your chapter house
  4. Take a college credit dance class
  5. Do Race For the Cure with your friends/sisters
  6. Attend Spring Break in Viva la Mexico!
  7. Go to at least one college football game
  8. Sit in the student section
  9. Pull an "all-nighter"
  10. Go to a frat party
  11. Compete in a dance off
  12. Eat Chick-fil-a like every single day (partially kidding)!
  13. Attend at least two campus events
  14. Have a Power Hour
  15. Go to a date dash (with or without a date)
  16. Decorate your grad cap (after all, you did earn your degree so show your accomplishments off)!
What does your College Bucket List look like? Share with us in the comments below some things you hope to achieve while in college?

Monday, March 2, 2015

5 College Resources You Should Take Advantage Of

Leverage leverage leverage. That's how you can make the most out of your college experience POST college. We have been a mentor to many of our younger sorority sisters that we wanted to provide you with some tips we learned along the way in college to help you succeed. These 5 resources can really help you advice in the work life post college:

  1. Locate your school's jobs and internship website and search for jobs and internships fitting to your interests. For us at Arizona State University, we had Sun Devil Career Link and it allowed us to type in keywords and internships and jobs fitting to those key words would pop up!
  2. Engage your counselor! They are getting paid to fully help you so take advantage! Bonus: try to find a counselor from the Business School. Use them to review your résumé and keep you in the know of important on campus events.
  3. Speaking of events, find out when your school's Career Fair is and go! It's all about putting yourself out there and networking.
  4. Talk to upperclassmen. They know the ropes and can really guide you down a more smooth path in college. 
  5. If you're in a sorority, engage your Educational Chairwoman and committee. This was one of the best parts of being in a sorority because so many of our sisters had helpful study guides or old books they didn't mind passing down. If you're not in a sorority, locate study groups; they're so helpful especially when prepping for a major test.
Good luck and make the best out of your college experience! 
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