Find a Job with These Top 5 Job Listing Sites

Finding a job or internship can be an extremely stressful task. I applied to well over 100 jobs and heard back from about 15, most of them being “no’s.” However, I was still able to land an internship I truly enjoy and will be able to derive value from.

Nonetheless, I wnever would’ve taken the time to apply to so many sites if I hadn’t discovered they make the process seamless and easy. Read more

Feeling Stressed? Try These Five Things!

Hey, you’re a college student who’s stressed—you’re definitely not alone! Need some ideas to help you get through those tough moments?

Check out this list of five ideas that might just relieve the college stress you’re feeling! Read more

Preparing For a Hurricane in College

College students are famous for procrastination, but preparing for a hurricane should not be something we procrastinate.

I’m from South Florida, and I’ve had a lot of personal experiences with hurricanes. When I moved from Florida to Tennessee, I stopped taking hurricane warnings seriously. I quickly learned this was unwise when the city of Tallahassee was out of power for four days, and every nearby supermarket was cleaned out of basic supplies. Read more

A Letter to My Future Self From My College Self…

Dear Future Me,

Looking back at those past four college years, they definitely did fly by. Read more

The Student Pulse Podcast: The Importance of Authenticity

Join Brandon and Natalie—two college students—as they discuss and interview students around the country on all things “college”.

Tune in to The Student Pulse podcast—we suggest you bookmark it now 🙂 Read more

Three Easy—and Yummy!—Breakfast Ideas for College Students

Hi everyone! My name is Jessica Bramlett and today I’m writing about my experience recreating recipes!

For this project I decided to surprise my boyfriend by making him breakfast. I tried to recreate 3 different recipes I found on Pinterest from Delish.com. Read more

Summer Reads for College Students

Whether you’re off on a lengthy plane ride somewhere far away, headed to the beach, or just looking for something to keep your brain busy this summer, books have your back.

There is an endless number of books out there, so finding a good book can often prove difficult. Here are some of my personal favorites to help you out. Read more

Achieve Your Goals—Make Them SMART

Setting goals is one of the easiest things you can do today. You might choose to start a new diet, learn a new language, do some organizing, or go to the gym. Just saying you want to do something is never enough. It takes action to achieve goals.

I had a problem with acting on my goals until I learned about SMART goals. They help you achieve your goals no matter how small or big they are! Read more

How to Survive College Without a Job

It’s freshman year of college. You’re so excited. You’re meeting new friends, going out to dinner—next thing you know, all that money you saved up over high school is gone…

You’re now a broke college student. Read more

How to Protect Yourself from Bank Scams

I worked on a sailing vessel the summer after graduating high school. After sailing around Lake Michigan that summer, I packed up my things and set out on a road trip to my first year of college in Alaska. My two friends and I lived on campus, and I was set with the money I had saved from my job. Life was good—the last thing I was worried about was becoming a victim of a bank scam.

My sophomore year, I rented a small place off campus with a few friends. I learned about my bank’s college credit card for students to start building credit, so I applied for the card. Read more