By Akshita Kannan
Although social media has increased in popularity among teenagers, LinkedIn, a professional networking site, is comparatively less commonly used by the youth. Many teenagers assume that LinkedIn is mostly for adults who use it to connect with colleagues and mentors to further their careers, but Linkedin is actually beneficial for teenagers too. Linkedin even decreased its age limit from 18 to 14 years old to encourage teenagers to develop networking skills and improve professional interactions.
By Stanley Xu
Take time to enjoy some podcasts, whether it be educational or entertaining content. Listening to podcasts not only is a way to relax but can also provide inspiration. Discover one about finance or budgeting, learning a new language or skill, along with other unlimited topics. Here are some podcasts worth listening to:
By Hannah Magino
Networking is the process in which you develop and build connections with a variety of people. Through these relationships, you can exchange and receive beneficial information and resources. But why exactly is it important to start networking from high school?
By Jake Yap
All of us have tasks and goals we need to achieve, whether it be related to work, a job, or an organization we’re part of. We consider it important, but we sometimes may not actually do the job.
By Selina Chan
As summer vacation comes to an end, you’ll be faced with the reality of going back into your school life routine. It’s undoubtedly hard as you may struggle with waking up early and getting back into a productive mindset. However, with these four tips, your transition back to school will be smoother and easier.
By Timothy Le
Many students think the best way to study for exams is to reread and highlight textbook chapters. However, such strategies, known as passive learning, are ineffective at helping comprehension and solidifying knowledge. SQ3R is a study method that can help you process and retain information. The acronym stands for the five steps: skim, question, read, recite, and review.