High school students are increasingly finding that the real-world experience of an internship can offer a significant boost to their college and career success.
There are challenges inherent in anyone finding and excelling in an internship, but high school students face an additional challenge, in that they are not typically considered the target audience for internships.
The benefits, though, can be profound in starting early, and businesses are increasingly realizing that they too can benefit from building relationships with high school students who are motivated enough to seek them out. Here are some tips on how to find these internships in high school.
With summer fast approaching, this is the time many parents begin to look for an SAT or ACT tutor. If you’re one of those parents, chances are you may have already heard from a friend or teacher about a tutor in your area. Before you sign your child up for tutoring, however, you’ll want to make sure the tutor is worth the investment.
Believe it or not, if you’re in high school right now, you’re at a great point in your life. You have your whole life in front of you. And now is a good time to start thinking about your future, to make some initial plans; just remember that plans can be easily changed. Remember too, that experts predict that the average person will change careers — not just jobs — more than five times in his or her lifetime. Now is the time to pursue your dreams!