Everything you learn in college doesn’t have to be seen through an academic lens. Some of the best college lessons come from outside the lecture hall.
From lack of unbaised sex-ed to little mention of youth mental health, Ireland’s youth face a difficult jump into the “adult” word.
Getting a job as a younger person can sometimes feel as difficult as climbing Everest. Most employers want experience but how can we get experience if no-one will hire us? This vicious cycle remains one of the most difficult employ-ability challenges to break.
Sometimes the best Christmas gift ideas for the students in your life are the things that they will actually need to survive the final semester of the college year. Drop those novelty socks (I already have a 100 pairs), it’s time for some Christmas real talk.
5 frank and honest things I learned during my 6 month work placement a million miles (or something similar) away from home. 1. Being alone can be soul crushing Bukowski wrote “being alone never felt right. Sometimes it felt good, but it never felt right.” Chances are that if you are being sent off on a college…
I grew up with my head in a book. I lived in the clouds and I was never more than a day or two away from my next trip to the local library. I relished information, lived for knowledge and thrived for learning. I still do.
A quick search of the phrase 5S Methodology brings up 1000s of confusing and information fuelled articles. Diagrams laden Google images’ results on the phrase and some websites descriptions of the concept read like a 1950s mechanical handbook
Last week the reality of leaving college kicked in. With just 12 short weeks left of my undergrad program (I repeat, TWELVE) I headed along to GradIreland’s amazing Grad Fair. I walked the busy isles, talked the talk with some pretty great companies and learned all there is to know about what my Post-Graduation option…
Tips and Tricks on how to keep financially afloat in college. I’m a spender not a saver. I’m good at putting money away for a rainy day (and then spending it) and making silly, spur of the moment purchases. For the start of my college life, I realised I needed to get a little sense…
I hate being bored. I’m an active person and I’m most certainly not the type that can sit around and do nothing for hours. Even when I’m near exhaustion, sprawled out on my couch with the television blaring I need to be doing something else; I’m the model dual-screener.