From serving on the school newspaper as the Features Editor to helping plan prom last year, I consistently spend time in leadership roles and try to make this school an even better place than it already is.Many of you probably know me from my work with Key Club and the volunteer time I've spent at Sunnyvale Nursing Home and cleaning up our community park.Personal Lifelong Learning: Once in the workplace, never stop learning.Ask questions and seek guidance from supervisors, mentors, and accomplished co-workers.Serving on your school's student council gives you a say in student activities and a voice with the school administration. However, to make it onto the student council, you'll first need to give a speech and gather votes from the other students.
Even better, he will pass on his knowledge to others — helping them to succeed in their own way.
Continue to read books or blogs in your field or industry of interest.
Join professional associations that increase visibility and networks. Take courses or workshops offered by employers, professional associations, or schools to advance your skills, keep them current, and learn new ones.
Achieve your college and career goals using resources and strategies that work!
31 video clips challenge you with real-life college situations featuring Robert and Krishaun from the American Graduate film All the Difference.