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  • MythosTheBear
    Published 4 days ago
    Research South Korea

    Research South Korea

    If you read my last story, you will know I spent a lot of time researching South Korea and jobs there. I spent months reading blogs, watching vlogs, making sure I had tons of apps downloaded in preparation. It wasn't until I felt comfortable with the culture and had committed to leaving my life in the U.S. that I started looking for work.
  • OnlineEducationUK
    Published 4 days ago
    Online SAT Preparation

    Online SAT Preparation

    High Wycombe is a bustling town in Buckinghamshire; it also has some beautiful natural parks. It is well-known for its furniture industry. The people of High Wycombe are charming and kind. They always welcome other people. Education of High Wycombe is also top-class as it has some best primary and secondary schools in the UK.
  • Albert David
    Published 4 days ago
    Sean Castle Gives Advice To Senior Students on How to cope with job rejection

    Sean Castle Gives Advice To Senior Students on How to cope with job rejection

    Excellent advice for school leavers who will most likely have to navigate through this for the first time in their lives. Being turned down for a job sucks, especially when you don’t know why your application was rejected, or when you’ll finally land one. The good news is that if you’re wondering how to get over rejection from a job, there are steps you can take to stay positive while you continue to look for a position that’s right for you. Keep going!
  • Albert David
    Published 4 days ago
    Sean Castle Gives Tips to Parents: How your teenager can manage distractions

    Sean Castle Gives Tips to Parents: How your teenager can manage distractions

    Sean Castle is a senior educator and parent and has a passion for developing young people to reach their potential. With COVID-19 creating a continuous news cycle that provides endless updates, you can hardly blame anyone for seeking a little escape or distraction from time to time. This is especially true for teens, who are more than likely adjusting to a new way of learning while also trying to navigate schooling from home.
  • Maor G
    Published 4 days ago
    Can't Afford College?

    Can't Afford College?

    Is it your dream to get a degree, but don’t want to put yourself into piles of crippling debt? If you can’t afford college, you do have options. Luckily, most students will get some sort of financial assistance that will help cut the costs, but you’ll still need to find ways to tackle the remainder of the fees.
  • Jide Okonjo
    Published 4 days ago
    13 Pictures Only People Who Attended Primary School In Nigeria Will Get.
  • Fayette Brownie
    Published 5 days ago
    Education? Smart? Stupid? Intelligent?

    Education? Smart? Stupid? Intelligent?

    You are not intelligent. You don't have any education how would you help out society. In this essay, we will be describing Nell, Fiona, and Starling and how they are influenced by this can create a rich education but you won't need a large amount of knowledge. To have a kind of rich education is important to understand what it means to be smart as well as what it means to be intelligent for they are different from each other. Each of them being different, well being of intelligence, which is influenced by the people around them. In the next part of the essay, we will be discussing intelligence and how there are going to be some people who will help while others will not. Where the younger generation needs to become more intelligent than the last generation, so they know what needs to get done seeing that each day is different than the next. With that being said the essay will discussing the novel called the form the book called the “The Diamond Age” by Neal Stephenson this will enable us to understand what is education. Regarding what is intelligent as well as what we can do with it: the novel’s argument is the most important element of a rich education and Constable teaches the difference between being smart and being intelligent.
  • Khaleb Hudson
    Published 5 days ago
    Believe in yourself

    Believe in yourself

    On September 3rd, 2019 I started college at a school near my hometown called Ohio State Beauty Academy. It was hard coming to a new place to learn new things. It was even harder knowing that I was going to be surrounded by girls who knew more about cosmetology than I did. I was only scared because being a guy in a female dominant career field can be overwhelming. At least for me anyway. When I first started I was so scared of being judged not only because of my ability to do hair, or the lack there of, but more of me being transgender. The inability I use to have of doing hair made me think that people would judge me and I was right but only to a certain extent. Only a few girls out of the 67 women in the whole school judged me. But now, I’m about to graduate from school and I’ve done everything from haircuts, to Balyage, to perms, to cornrows. Basically all I’m saying is that, no matter what you do in life, make sure you’re doing it for YOURSELF, and nobody else. Make sure the career path you decide to take, whatever that path may be, makes you happy. Don’t do something that isn’t going to make you happy, don’t do it because of the money, the money part of a job is just an added bonus in my eyes. If you take anything away from this let it be this: If you choose a career, make sure it’s one that you can see yourself doing 10 years from now. Not just 10 months from now. I'd be lying if I said that when I started at the Beauty Academy I thought it was going to be easy. I wanted people to stop getting on me about getting an education and I will admit that I was looking for an easy outlet. As it turns out it was the hardest thing, mentally and emotionally that I’ve ever done in my whole life. The beginning was 16 long weeks of nothing but book work. Long nights of homework, sometimes 4 chapters at a time that had to be turned in the next morning, flash cards, other workbooks. In hindsight I was wrong about it being easy. It was very challenging, for me it was a whole new world. I had never done anything with hair before and I came into this career field blind as a bat. There were times I cried during class, cried at night when I was home, I’ve had mental breakdowns in front of clients and even questioned if I was good enough to be a hairstylist. The answer, if you wanted to know is, yes. Yes I am good enough. I’m good enough because I stood my ground and kept believing in myself and pushing myself forward. We have to stop being scared of the things that could potentially stop us from living life up to our fullest potential. We have to start believing in ourselves and also have to start seeing the potential we have in ourselves. You are capable of doing anything, you just have to want it. You have to want it bad enough that you won’t quit until you make it. The truth is, for me at least is, it’s okay to be scared of things in life. Being scared isn’t always a bad thing, it really means that it’s just another obstacle I have the chance to overcome or turn around and run from it. Side note, if it’s a clown I’m always going to run from it. But when it comes to my career I will always overcome it. Without the people I’ve met at the school I would be the man I am or the cosmetologist I am today. Chase your dreams and never stop until you get them.
  • Nichole Yager
    Published 5 days ago
    Not So Harry Potter Story

    Not So Harry Potter Story

    Stepping into the corridor you see several people all around you. Today is the day, you get to attend your first boarding school. It has been a dream of yours since you were a little girl and read Harry Potter books, dreaming that one day you'd get your Hogwarts acceptance letter. This is real though, and you knew that was not going to happen. That is until you finished primary school and turned 12 and you got accepted on a full-ride a prestigious boarding school.