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Find the Right Job For You

finding the right job

With May approaching, our seniors are beefing up their resumes, exploring the Internet for job applications, and above all trying to find what their future holds for them. If you’re like myself, and graduating in May, all you have on your mind is where can I find a job that is suitable for me?

Taking the Syllabus Seriously

It’s “syllabus day,” arguably the best day of the semester. It’s the day you probably don’t have to take notes or listen to lectures. The day where your only responsibility is to collect your syllabus, and then stuff it somewhere into the black hole of papers we like to call a backpack. But, this wonderful first day of classes has the potential to either make or break your entire semester. How you choose to handle your syllabus ultimately determines your future stress levels and your final grades.

So You Want to Be a Nanny

so you want to be a nanny

As summer swings into full gear, most students already have their jobs set. Some will wait tables, some will work internships and others will choose to nanny. Before diving headfirst into a nanny position, consider the following advice from girls that have nannied before.

Weekend Trips on a College Budget

weekend trips on a budget

As college students, we are bombarded with class work, projects and deadlines all year. Sure, winter and spring break are great, but the best break of all is when May rolls around and we have three months to decompress and relax. Everybody loves a summer vacation, but on a limited budget, it can be hard to plan a getaway without breaking the bank. Here we have compiled a list of various destinations that can be enjoyed on a college budget. All of the estimated calculations are based on entertainment, travel and lodging for four people.

Know Your Klout Score

Klout Scores

Lady Gaga is at 94, President Capilouto is holding steady at 41, and The Study is ranked at 53. For leaders in Social Media and Networking, Klout scores are the next big thing but what exactly are they and what do they mean for students?

University of Kentucky Bucket List

bucket list

Between going to class, attending club meetings, and spending time with friends, it is hard enough to find the time to study, let alone visit Lexington’s attractions.  Although our time in college may be limited, there are many fun and exciting things to do in Lexington. It would be a shame to miss out on these opportunities during your time here at UK, so our team has put together a list of forty must-sees that we think everyone should experience while at the University of Kentucky.

1.    Camp out for tickets to Big Blue Madness.

The Resume You Need

Resume Blog Photo

The average employer spends six seconds looking at a resume. Six. Seconds! That means that you only have those few seconds to convince a future employer to keep you in the running for a job. The basics are important—your resume must be easy to read and free of mistakes. If you aren’t sure where to start, use a template from a reputable source (like these from the Stuckert Career Center). But beyond that, your resume needs to be appropriate for the job in order to help you stand out.

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