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Smart Goal Setting could Improve Your Career Goals

By Brighton College on May 16th, 2018 in School Tips

Whether you are an avid goal setter or someone who has always needed encouragement to achieve your goals, you have probably heard about setting a smart goal. Read more >

Colleges in Vancouver | 11 Excellent Enrollment Questions

By Sebastian Nguyen on August 18th, 2016 in Careers, School Tips

Ever apply for jobs only to realize you don’t have the right education? While going back to school may seem like a long and arduous task, it doesn’t always have to be. Read more >

Internet Marketing

Google Search Tricks for Your Productivity Needs

By Jay Oun on January 22nd, 2014 in School Tips

The updates on Google’s search engine happen more often than you would like. Every single time you feel you are finally back on top of things, a second later, the interface looks nothing at all like you remembered; tools that you have become so accustomed to using are either missing or buried in the sites sub-pages. Learn these few tricks and feel more confident in your Google searching abilities: Read more >

Tablets: Hot Commodity on Black Friday or Educational Solution?

By Jay Oun on November 19th, 2013 in School Tips

The textbook is an almost extinct word in an era where iPads and Kindles are all the craze, especially during November, the month of Black Friday. The gadgets stop teachers from printing piles of paper and save the trees in our backyards. However, some may feel the publishing companies create thousands of jobs for people around the world. Check out the pros and cons of the ever-so-nifty Tablet: Read more >

How Internships Help Your Career

By Jay Oun on November 5th, 2013 in Careers, School Tips

What is an internship, exactly? Interning is a good way for students to gain valuable experience in the work field and apply the knowledge learned from their academic programs. Oftentimes, internships are a temporary position that generally lasts anywhere from a month to as long as a year. A student can use this method to stand out and attract future employers in an increasingly, competitive job market. Internships have three distinct advantages in helping you prepare for your career: Read more >


5 Money-Saving Tips for Students

By Brighton College on September 19th, 2013 in School Tips

If you are someone who has recently started up at school again, you are probably starting to realize that your old spending habits are no longer an option anymore. Education itself can take a serious toll on your bank account and with the added expenses and lower income you might be dealing with, it’s wise to adopt some new spending habits.
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Downtown Campus

3 Networking Tips for Students

By Brighton College on August 23rd, 2013 in School Tips

Being in school is quite an undertaking. As a student, you are responsible to attend class regularly, be alert in class (which requires a proper eight-hour sleep), and to do homework almost every night. Family, friends, and extracurriculars are also important to you, but you always manage to make it work. Read more >

6 Steps on How to Pick the Right College

By Stephanie Stover on July 9th, 2013 in School Tips

Thinking about going back to school? Need a career change and not sure where to start? Read these 6 steps on how to pick the college that’s right for you and gain some insight on how to prepare for your future. Read more >

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Top 15 Test Taking Tips for Students

By Stephanie Stover on June 18th, 2013 in School Tips

Do you panic when exam time comes? Do you freeze up when you get your test? Are you consistently cramming and staying up late memorizing vocabulary, systems, and strategies? You’re not alone! However, the students with the best grades learn how to study properly and learn test-taking strategies early on. If you are looking to boost your grades by getting better test scores, here are some of our top test-taking tips: Read more >

How to Get a Job with No Work Experience

By Stephanie Stover on May 15th, 2013 in School Tips

Most employers require some type of work experience before hiring an individual, but an individual needs experience before getting a job. This vicious circle has many people frustrated and unemployed. If you are in this situation and if you have little or no work experience and therefore cannot find a job, here are a few ideas to help you gain career-related experience so you can find work: Read more >