College Grads

College Grads

Converse and commiserate with other newly minted adults.

Sammi Curran5 days ago
Your First Job Out of College: YIKES
Jobs. We all need them. While the job market is difficult and scary, finally landing that new job can be just as frightening. What do I do? What if I don’t like it? I have to wake up early? The list o...
Writing Is NOT Your Meal Ticket
What happens when you pursue a degree in Writing (or anything similar in the field of English)? And what happens after you finally get that degree? After spending countless hours writing essays, cling...
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Kevin Gardnera month ago
3 of the Worst Post-Graduation Jobs to End Up With
It's not uncommon these days to hear stories of how post-graduates ended up with shattered dreams, and uncertain futures as they found themselves working jobs that did nothing to show their degree was...
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Mikkie Millsa month ago
A Guide to the Real World for College Students
You have just spent about 80 percent of your life going to school and now you're done. It feels kind of weird, huh? What is the next step? The world is your oyster, you can do anything you want! Chanc...
Anniika Emrae2 months ago
Where Did My Education Get Me?
Five months into the year a lot has happened in such a short time. Let us start on the postgraduate life experience. What has been the most significant change you ask? Nothing, absolutely nothing but ...
Amanda Lin8 months ago
4 Post-Grad Tips I Wish Someone Gave Me
First and foremost, if you are about to graduate or have recently graduated: Congratulations! Graduating from college is a huge accomplishment, one that definitely needs to be celebrated. Navigating t...
Mady Evans8 months ago
Applying for Jobs After College
So you spend most of your high school career trying to sound fancy to get into college; writing essays, going on tours, keeping up grades, being the best sport player. When you find the right school y...
Kay L9 months ago
The Fear of Graduating
Like many others, the final day approaches where we walk across the stage and accept our degree. All those 4-5 hard earned years of tears, sweat, and probably more caffeine than necessary materializes...
Rebellious Thoughts of a Recent Grad
Six Figures, Continued Education... or Travel?