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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3 Students That Have Founder on Their Resume

Meet three guys who are students by day and entrepreneurs by night.

Targeting various industries, these young founders hope to disrupt the status quo and have fun while doing it.

Queen’s University student Michael Warshafsky, pictured in our header photo, is the founder of Encore. It’s an app that lets you relive your favorite concert experiences. Michael also has a passion for exploring new opportunities as he shadowed 60 different professionals in 60 days and chronicled it all online.

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The After Class Startup: 5 Ways To Explore Entrepreneurship Without Dropping Out

On college campuses across the world, entrepreneurship is hot. And you want in. Well, not all in.

Maybe your schedule is already jammed with classes, extracurriculars and commitments to student organizations. Or, perhaps you aren’t out to disrupt an industry or create the next Snapchat. But you do have an idea and want to see if it will work.

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3 Students That Show Their Spirit in the Classroom & On the Field

You see them on the field, in the gym, and you may even have a class with them. From early morning practices to late nights at the stadium, they’re always there supporting your team, your school. They bleed your school’s colors.

They’re the pride of your university; the school’s secret weapon – the cheer team.

Beyond having killer spirit finger skills, these three women are founders, future lawyers, PR gurus, and just so happen to cheer on the side.

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How One Photographer Shows The World Through Her Eyes

Noukka Signe remembers the exact moment that inspired her to become a photographer. It was during her teenage years, when she discovered the work of now famous fashion photographer, Lara Jade.

“At the time, she was doing a lot of self portraits,” said Noukka. “They were all very emotional and personal. I liked how she expressed herself, so I saved up money to buy a camera.”

Since then, Noukka has been hard at work pursuing her passion and stays busy as a freelance photographer.

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3 Students That Will Take Over Your Timeline

Whether they’re Yik-Yak-ing away, snapping photos for Instagram, or sharing snippets of their night with Snapchat, college students love to share. For some, it’s all just a way to pass some time. Others, they want it to be something they’re paid to do. Meet three ladies we think are taking over timelines, in a good way.

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How One Student Is Building A Career While Getting Her Degree

Jaleesa Jones is one of those students who you look at and think, “How does she do it all?”

As a Communications major at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill with two minors, it’s a wonder that she finds time to serve as a campus correspondent for USA Today College, and as the president of her school’s Her Campus chapter.

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How to Make Your College Application Stand Out in the Crowd

November is officially college application month. Across the country, high school seniors are scrambling to put their best foot forward with the hopes of getting accepted into the college of their choice.

While some approach college application season with the “Keep Calm and Carry On” mentality, others meet it with fear and panic. For today’s student, the competition is tougher than ever. Especially if you’re applying to a school like Harvard where they reject nearly 95% of applicants.

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How One College Student is Inspiring Girls Around The World

Emily Raleigh is on a mission to change the world. As CEO of The Smart Girls Group, this Fordham University student wants to change the way girls think about themselves and are seen across the globe.

The inception of the Smart Girls Group started as a gift to Emily’s sister. While a senior in high school, Emily wrote a guide to help her younger sister navigate high school life with ease.

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3 Benefits of Having a College Minor

College students are regularly asked, “what’s your major?” But how about, “what’s your minor?”

In college, I minored in French. While I was excited to be a communications major, my French minor provided an additional benefit. A minor can be truly valuable for your college career and beyond. If you aren’t convinced, here are three reasons why declaring a minor can be beneficial.

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