What is PACE?

What is PACE?

Over the next several months, you’ll be hearing about NSCS’ signature program, PACE, a lot.  Whether you’re a PACE expert or it’s your first time hosting a PACE activity, we thought it would be a good idea to review the ins and outs of this program for the new school...
From Intern to Staff: A DC Internships Experience

From Intern to Staff: A DC Internships Experience

Suzanne Youngblood, a recent graduate of the University of South Carolina and an alumna of the 2015 DC internships programs, is a true example of a DC internship success story. She recently moved back to DC for a full time position with Gavel Resources, where she...
Find a Mentor

Find a Mentor

Dear Christine, One of the most popular types of career advice I hear is “find a mentor.” My problem is that not only do I not have one, I don’t even know what kind of mentor to look for. So far I like my career path and life – do I need a...

How to Use Your Passion for Beauty to Help Pay for College

Have you ever wondered how your passion for beauty could help you pay for college? Then being a mark. representative is the job for you! Even if you are busy with classes, work, and/or extracurriculars, mark. can fit into your schedule because you sell the beauty...

Do I Really Need a Mentor?

According to Dictionary.com, a mentor is defined in a couple of ways. A mentor is a “wise and trusted counselor or teacher” and “an influential senior sponsor or supporter”.  It isn’t uncommon for employees within an organization to not have a mentor; however, having...