Job Spotlight: Digital Content Director

Want a career in music but don’t have the talent to sing or play an instrument professionally? Use your STEM skills to become a digital content director. Consumers demand content, or information, almost exclusively from digital sources and it is the job of the digital content director in the music industry to be creative in...

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Job Spotlight: Emergency Medical Technician

An emergency medical technician's response and the care provided may mean the difference between life and death for an injured or ill person. The job of emergency medical technician, sometimes called a paramedic, is not for everyone, but someone who is able to react quickly and confidently in a stressful situation, quickly access the problem...

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How to Break it to Your Parents that College Isn’t Right for You

Though college is the right training for many careers, it's not right for every career and every student. If you know college isn't right for you, how do you tell your parents? Sometimes it seems like the world just expects you to go to college after high school, but as graduation approaches, you may have...

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Job Spotlight: Dental Hygienist

While many people automatically think of a dentist when it comes to keeping teeth healthy and shining, there's another important person who is dedicated to that mission: a dental hygienist. We all know that a dental hygienist is the person who cleans your teeth, making sure you're brushing and flossing properly to prevent cavities and...

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Teacher Appreciation Week Ideas

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, check out some of these ideas to celebrate the wonderful teachers in your life! Teacher Appreciation Week 2017 is May 8th through the 12th, with Teacher Appreciation Day on Tuesday, May 9th. Here are some of the best gift ideas we've seen to help you and your favorite teacher...

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By |May 8th, 2017|Education, Featured, How do I get there?|0 Comments

May the 4th Be with You

May the 4th isn't a federal holiday or cause to cancel school, but is a good reason for nerdy celebration nonetheless. The Star Wars-themed holiday, which is basically little more than a wonderful pun, has a surprising history. More formally called Star Wars Day, its history involves, of all people, Margaret Thatcher, and like other...

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By |May 4th, 2017|Featured, News, STEM - Science|0 Comments

5 of the Weirdest Buildings in the U.S.

Discover some of the weirdest buildings hiding in plain sight in our country's cities, remote wilderness, and surprising places in between. Wherever they're located, a lot of careful planning and engineering goes into making these structures so special. Read on about some the weirdest buildings throughout the U.S. below. 1. The Longaberger Basket Building ...

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By |April 28th, 2017|Featured, Real World, STEM - Engineering|0 Comments

5 Top Careers for Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs play an exciting role in the STEM world, merging creativity with business. These careers for entrepreneurs will give you the skills you need to be successful on your own. There are some traits all successful entrepreneurs share, like ingenuity, dedication, and intuition. But they never would have been successful without the opportunity to develop...

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5 Easy Study Tips for Your Learning Style

Hearing, seeing, and doing are ways in which we learn. There are easy study tips for your learning style to help you learn more efficiently and remember all that you need to know. Most learners can be broken into three categories: auditory learners, visual learners, and kinesthetic learners. Additional learning styles have been proposed, but...

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By |April 21st, 2017|Featured, How do I get there?, Real World|0 Comments