Blog Archives

Get the most from your education $

Student studying

Learn how education can affect your financial health, and how to make the most of your higher education experience.

Posted in Career changers, Entry-level workers, Students Tagged with: , ,

Career and employment help for young adults

Positive young African American man

Job seekers ages 16-24 have a new, mobile-friendly resource to help them plan their careers, explore education and training options, and search and apply for jobs: CareerOneStop’s GetMyFuture website!

Posted in Career counselors, Entry-level workers, Parents, Students Tagged with: , , , ,

The Scholarship Finder: Tap into free money for college

CareerOneStop's Scholarship Finder logo

Thinking about college, a career school, or graduate school but wondering how you’re going to pay for it?

Along with filling out the FAFSA, you should also find and apply for many individual scholarships. CareerOneStop’s Scholarship Finder can help.

Posted in Students Tagged with: ,

More facts to help choose a college: the expanded College Scorecard

CollegeScorecard.fw

The U.S. Department of Education’s new College Scorecard site shows details about students’ actual college costs, loan paybacks, earnings and more.

Posted in Students, Uncategorized Tagged with: , ,

Can you afford to be a lawyer?

job applicants waiting

Have you dreamed of a career as a lawyer?

Experts caution there may be too few jobs for law school graduates, driving salaries down and making it harder for new lawyers to repay student loan debt.

Posted in Career changers, Students Tagged with: , , , ,

The price is right: how much will your summer internship cost?

Woman stands thoughfully in front of blackboard with a thougth bubble of dollar signs.

Internships are increasingly emphasized for students looking to beef up their resumes and gain valuable skills and experiences.

However, the process for landing one is becoming more complex.

Posted in Entry-level workers, Students Tagged with: , , ,