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How to Get Work Experience During College Without Internships

When applying for an internship or a job, it’s critical to have great work experience on your resume. But what do you do if you don’t have any work experience? This can be the ultimate catch 22.

The good news is that college life offers students endless opportunities to get involved in almost anything that sparks their interest. From DJing at the radio station to serving on student government to leading your sorority during recruitment, there are plenty of ways to gain great “work experience” during your time on campus.

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Marija Mladenovic

How Music Helps Drive Discovery

Regardless of what language you speak, music is a constant between us all. For these three students, that’s definitely the case.  With varying studies from politics to hotel management, they always make time for their first love: music. Take a look into the lives of these three students to see how music helps them discover and pursue their other passions. 

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One Student’s Journey from Blogging to The Grammys

Not many college students can say that their life consists of meeting top artists like Nick Jonas and Adam Levine, or interning for the Grammy Awards. For Jacklyn Krol, that’s not the case.

When this self-proclaimed music fanatic realized that popular music sites weren’t giving her what she wanted, she started the music blog Stage Right Secrets to feed her appetite and offer a more unique experience to music fans fans.

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5 Students Looking to Reshape The World of Architecture

Inspired by the likes of Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, and Frank Lloyd Wright, these five student architects are looking to reshape the world of architecture.

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How One Young Entrepreneur Is Changing Lives One Headband At A Time

During her junior at North Carolina State University, Jessica Ekstrom experienced a life changing moment that changed the trajectory of her life.

While volunteering for the Make-A-Wish foundation, she would spend time with young children battling life threatening illnesses. One thing she noticed was that young girls who lost their hair from chemotherapy treatment preferred to to wear headbands instead of wigs. Inspired by the courage of the young girls and seeing a void to fulfill their wishes, Jessica created Headbands of Hope.

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The Next Rudolph That Hopes to Have You Laughing on SNL

When you have a star-studded last name like Rudolph, a lot can be expected of you. Sabrina Rudolph is up to the challenge.

The Tulane University senior is the cousin of Maya Rudolph, the former Saturday Night Live star and actress seen in hit movies like Bridesmaids. Since she was 10-years-old, Sabrina would stay up late to watch her cousin make the country laugh. Now, Sabrina is pushing forward to do the same.

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Meet 3 In Demand STEM Students Tackling Science

STEM is hot. More than ever, the demand for college graduates with a concentration in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math education) is growing. STEM graduates are walking into a world with over 2 million jobs available.

With this sky high demand, we found three students who are determined to experiment their way to discovery through science, and snag one of those great careers.

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