Archive for ‘April, 2014’

What’s It Like to Teach INSANITY?

Your heart is racing, your body is covered in sweat, and you can’t wipe that stupid smile off your face. Take that exhilarating feeling that comes…

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How to Answer “What Are You Going to Do After College?”

You’re home for the summer and you know what’s coming. You’re sick with dread and look for a way out, but the exits are all blocked.…

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Everybody Dance Now: What It’s Like to Be a Zumba Instructor

Whether you’re jumping out of bed to get started with your day (ha!), going on a beer run, or dancing like a maniac because you passed…

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Essential Strategies You Need to Succeed at a New Job

All that hard work has finally paid off. You’ve got a new job lined up! Now all you have to do is show up and collect…

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When YOU Make the Hiring Decisions: What It’s Like to Be a Recruiter

Here on the AfterCollege Blog, we spend a lot of time trying to help you get hired. But what if you’d like to be the one…

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8 Simple Ways to Test If Law School is Right for You

Law school in Hawaii? Sounds like a joke, right? What do they do, skim through text books on the beach sipping from a coconut and take…

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Why Writing a Book Isn’t as Scary as It Seems

Ever since you went through that angsty phase and spent hours locked in your room, typing away at “your zombie novel,” you’ve fancied yourself a writer.…

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How to Make Baseball Your Job Without Playing Professionally

Do you remember that episode of Boy Meets World where the class is asked to picture themselves returning for their 20th high school reunion? Cory Matthews,…

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Sometimes You Need to Fail a Little to Succeed

Failing sounds scary, but it’s actually an essential part of the learning process. Why you need to fail a little in order to succeed in your career.

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A HUGE Social Media Fail—And What You Can Learn From It

You already know that it’s pretty easy to get yourself into some big trouble with one little mis-step on social media. All it takes is one…

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