Graduation is a rewarding and exciting time as you prepare for the workforce. Take advantage of networking opportunities and utilize resources.
Maximizing your college experience is mostly up to you. It is never easy to cut spending. But focusing on the essentials while you attend college might enable you to build the cash reserves to have more fun once you enter the workforce.
By Drew Hendricks
While a college degree is important, a small slip of paper wonâ€™t completely prepare you for a career in business. In addition to taking key courses and degree programs, itâ€™s critical that you prepare for life after school by taking advantage of the opportunities around you.
By Cindy Aitken
Senior Manager, Community Engagement at American Public University System
With online learning, you can open up your world to a diversity of thought, fresh industry vantage points, and unique online friendships that you may never have expected. Universities like American Military University and American Public University are going the extra mile to create fun and lively community events to bring students, alumni, faculty and staff closer together.