You’re probably looking forward to graduation this May ‒ and you should! But as a graduating senior, don’t get so caught up in the celebratory aspects of graduation, you fail to prepare for life after college.
After graduating college most people look back at their time in college with rose-colored glasses, but being a college student in 2018 comes with many unique challenges. With the cost of higher education rising dramatically over the last few decades, many students are taking on second jobs and pursuing side hustles alongside their studies to help pay the bills. Combine this with a full schedule of tough classes and the never-ending task of applying for internships and post-graduation jobs, and it’s not hard to understand why a ton of college students experience burnout during their first years on campus.
Are you ready to find a job? Enter the workforce? Chances are… you are not. And you may need a boost to help get you there. And one of the best ways to do that?
Joining an on-campus organization where you can improve your soft skills, hone your leadership skills, and do confidence-building work…
While your last year at the hallowed halls of education will no doubt be filled with numerous exams, events, and reason for celebrations, the event also marks your transition from a student to the workforce.
So savvy job seekers know that waiting until you’ve thrown your cap and returned from your post-graduation vacation to start that job search will probably leave you behind the ball.
Life asks a lot of you right from the start. But don’t worry… having a plan is half the battle.
This infographic from Texas A&M Corpus Christi will help…
Graduation is a time for celebration. After all, receiving your college degree is a major milestone. For many, though, it is also a trigger for graduation stress and anxiety. How will you get that first real job? Where will you live? How will you carve out an independent life for yourself?