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.

  • Self-driving cars. Delivery drones. Programs that can write everything from cover letters to love songs. Artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to impact many aspects of modern life, and AI engineers drive this innovation. If you're wondering how to become an AI engineer, this... Read More
  • The rapid expansion of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies has the potential to disrupt many aspects of human life, including jobs that are expected to see growth over the next few years. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts that the employment rate for several AI-... Read More
  • GenZ is being called a more sensitive and difficult generation to work with. While many disagree with this and praise GenZ for not wanting to put up with toxic work cultures and championing social justices, others say the generation is woefully unprepared for the workforce. In... Read More
  • It’s been reported that consulting firms are approaching hiring MBA graduates more cautiously this year, and some are even pushing back start dates due to economic concerns. In May, surveyed 1,000 full-time MBA students who are graduating this spring to learn... Read More
  • If you're planning on going on to graduate school, passing the GRE is one of the biggest hurdles you have to face. The GRE, which stands for Graduate Record Examination, is like the SAT or ACT for graduate school, and more than 500,000 students take it each year. The GRE has thre... Read More
  • The Comprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination of the United States (COMLEX-USA) is a requirement if you're obtaining a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) degree. This exam has three levels that are meant to assess your knowledge of osteopathic medicine. If you're p... Read More
  • The United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) is one of the major milestones for a career in healthcare. Passing the USMLE Step 1 is required to be a licensed physician in the U.S., and around 98% of residency programs require students to achieve a passing grade to be e... Read More
  • Nearly half of all U.S. states require aspiring teachers to pass the Praxis to receive certification. The Praxis test is administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) to assess academic skills and knowledge levels in reading, writing, and mathematics. Considering that ove... Read More
  • Getting a high TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) score raises your chances of getting accepted to premier universities worldwide. TOEFL scores are accepted in over 11,000 academic institutions in over 150 countries, and approximately 90% of TOEFL test takers were acce... Read More