If you’re looking for a new laptop this summer, Laptop Magazine has some excellent tips on how to do that: Focus on 11 to 14 inch laptops: the right size for most students Durability matters: Push on the design to see if it flexes too much. Metal is preferred over […]
Your honor society is HOW old? I don’t know about you but we’re feeling … (Sing with us!)… 22 (In the world of honor societies, 22 is super young, by the way. It must be why we’re cool.) NSCS celebrates its 22nd Founders Day on April 30th. And we’re taking […]
Scholars, it’s Friday! In addition to your Cheat Sheet, we have an awesome internship opportunity from Ultimate Medical Internship-application deadline is May 1st, click here to apply. Happy Earth Day! Here’s a celebration from National Geographic Goals Instead of buying a boat, THIS man is sending a kindergarten class to […]
Playlist (5 talks): Graduation…now what? Angela Lee Duckworth–The key to success? Grit Leaving a high-flying job in consulting, Angela Lee Duckworth took a job teaching math to seventh graders in a New York public school. She quickly realized that IQ wasn’t the only thing separating the successful students from those […]
Name: Katrina Manta School: University of Alaska Fairbanks Major: Civil Engineering Favorite NSCS Experience:Helping service Thanksgiving at the JP Jones Center. Reason why nominated: Integrity Scholarship Fun fact: Get involved with the community!
We loved this post from Spoon University & thought you would too, scholars! Classes, study groups, work, events, no sleep, coffee, procrastination. Sound like you? It’s super easy to be tempted to procrastinate when you feel overwhelmed (which is, you know, all the time), and it can be really hard to […]
Spring is finally here! Warm weather, flip flops and graduation are all just around the corner. You may be gearing up for summer, but you should also be gearing up for your job search. For recent grads, putting together a first resume can be a daunting task. Career centers, your […]
Med school isn’t like Scrubs. Students who are thinking about medical school have heard it from the first time they stepped into their campus’s premed center. Get internships. Get the experiences so you’ll have something to write about in your med school applications. In your interviews, you will have […]