1. The old saying, “jack of all trades, master of none” applies to most college and high school students today. We try to take on too many things all at once, none of which we can master. When your time is split between school, studying for exams, extracurricular activities, social time, sleeping, and family time, life…

  2. You enter college with one goal in mind, get a job. This simple task can sometimes feel like the biggest challenge of your life when senior year hits. You worked hard to keep your GPA up, participated in the right college clubs, and attended all the career fairs. You finally have your first interview with…

  3. Internships are an essential part of getting a job upon graduation in today’s world. They allow college students to get real life experience working in the field they want to enter. Companies like to see this on a resume because it shows their new hire will hopefully have a smaller learning curve as they become…

  4. As a college student and an aspiring actuary, I constantly have my face buried in a math book or working problems. I can always be found in the math lab, library, or sitting under a tree outside in between my classes finishing up homework. There are various places to study on campus, each with their…

  5. Four years ago when I was a junior in high school, I decided I wanted to become an actuary. Most of my actuarial friends had never heard of an actuary until they were in college, so I was lucky. I remember my entire conversation with my parents on choosing a career and how I came…