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Applying for Scholarships

 

 

Applying for scholarships may seem like an overwhelming prospect, and the competition can be intense. The great thing about scholarships is that they are free money for your education that never needs to be re-paid, and there are thousands of them available. The only scholarships that you are sure not to be awarded are the ones you don’t apply for- so go for it! The resulting awards could mean thousands of dollars over the course of your educational career, which could help you avoid taking out student loans, allow you to attend an out-of-state school, or mean that you don’t have to work while you study.

 


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Spring Semester Job Hunting

 

For many college students, the start of the spring semester marks the beginning of the end, with seniors focusing on finding their first post-college job. But what if you started earlier? Is there such thing as starting too early to find your first job after graduation? Let’s walk through some ways you can ease the stress of finding your first ‘adult’ job and make your final months in college more enjoyable!

 

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Founders Day Maked by 

Sons of Norway Members

 

 

Each January Sons of Norway remembers its founders, a group of Norwegians who left a legacy for Norwegian-Americans by instituting a fraternal benefit society. Founders Day or Sons of Norway’s birthday is celebrated each year on January 16 by its members, and others who are familiar with this Norwegian-American organization, and is a time to remember the 18 founding fathers.

 

 

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Start of Semester

 

Many schools offer unique educational opportunities during special sessions, called a J-Term, which is a four-week intensive study course held either on campus or abroad. A J-Term experience is a great way to study abroad in a relaxed learning environment. Also, J-term programs often move around so the professor can expose students to the most that a country or a region has to offer. 

 

 

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January-Term-
Experience of a Lifetime

 

 

Many schools offer unique educational opportunities during special sessions, called a J-Term, which is a four-week intensive study course held either on campus or abroad. A J-Term experience is a great way to study abroad in a relaxed learning environment. Also, J-term programs often move around so the professor can expose students to the most that a country or a region has to offer. 

 


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