Career Prep

Most students expect to work after graduating, but you’re preparing for your career shouldn’t start when you graduate. Career planning and preparation is something all students should do throughout their college studies, especially within the last two years.

  • From 2009 to 2019, U.S. student loan debt increased 107%, from $772 billion to $1.6 trillion.  During the same period, the average amount individual students borrowed increased by 26%, from $24,000 to over $30,000. One doesn’t have to look far for at least a partial explana... Read More
  • The GMAT, or Graduate Management Admission Test, is a business school entrance exam that measures your reasoning, critical thinking, analytical, and problem-solving capabilities. Every year, over 200,000 students take the exam in hopes of increasing their chances of acceptance in... Read More
  • Many people take the GED exam in hopes of opening doors to higher education and better jobs. Approximately 43% of people who pass the GED gain acceptance into postsecondary programs. To reap the benefits, you need to be able to pass the exam, and one of the best ways to do that i... Read More