While your grades, test scores and essays are the most significant components of the application process, an interview offers a unique opportunity to showcase your personality and establish a personal connection with the admissions team.
It’s a pretty common occurrence for your view of yourself to be out of sync with how others view you. Learn how alignment frees you up for professional and personal growth.
No matter where your child is on their high school journey—it’s a smart idea to start preparing for the college application process.
Becoming an exceptional leader often takes time and self-reflection.
If you’re in high school and feel intimidated by the college application process, you are definitely not alone.
It’s difficult to know if you’re making the right call when hiring a new employee, but there are ways to screen job candidates during the interview process so you can be more confident in your choices.
Here are some activities you can use to strengthen bonds and achieve long-term success.
The “what do you want to be” question can seem overwhelming for teens (and even some adults).
It’s the beginning of a brand-new year, and with the changing of the calendar comes the opportunity to meet new people and embrace unfamiliar experiences.
Feedback is an amazing thing. When it’s positive, it can lift you up and give you confidence. When it’s constructive (and poorly delivered), it can have the exact opposite effect.
Careers are dynamic and every once in a while, it makes sense to take stock of where yours is going, so you can make any necessary course corrections.
In this Western Mass News interview, Ross discusses what high school students in each grade level can do to prepare for their future.