“Everything you can imagine is real.” – Pablo Picasso
As social media lovers, we’re able to follow celebrities and other glamorous people on networks like Twitter and Instagram. Slowly, we start to realize a lot of the people we follow are successful: investors, musicians, models, etc. We even follow well-known people at our school. But you can’t help but get a little jealous of their lives, right?
I’ve heard students complain about how they have job interviews coming up and they aren't prepared. Many times, I ask them if they've visited the Career Resource Center on campus. That’s when I’m reminded of just how many students are unaware of UF's endless resources tailored to our needs.
Humans have a natural tendency to give back to those in need. It’s in our nature, and it’s how we prosper. The secret formula to living a fulfilling life is to give back.
We all want to be the next Beyoncé when it comes to our careers, but how do we accomplish everything we need to? There are only 24 hours in a day. One essential skill every college student should have is managing time wisely.
It upsets me to see so many people in the world waste their lives, youth, and potential. Yes, we all have 24 hours in a day, but how many of those hours do we actually immerse ourselves into what we do?
Career Showcase will be in the Stephen C. O’Connell Center from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday, so I want to give you all some quick tips for the biggest day of your undergraduate career:
It’s been about a month since classes started, and my energy levels are almost down to zero. I’m sure a lot of you are feeling the same way. From back-to-back classes, club meetings, interviews, studying and assignments, it’s hard for us Florida Gators to rejuvenate over the weekends when, of course, we are inundated with chapters to read.