How Blogging Can Help You Learn And Grow

Photo by Andrew Neel on Unsplash The number of people blogging in The United States is set to increase to 31.7 million by 2020 which is an increase of 4.3 million since 2014 providing bloggers with a potentially huge audience for their sites. While … [Read more]

How to Build a Strong Network on LinkedIn (While Still in College)

LinkedIn can help you get into your dream job after college by helping you find and network with professionals who work in career fields youre interested in. You see, the stronger your network, the more reach youll have to connect with others at key … [Read more]

5 Ways Students Can Sabotage Their LinkedIn Profile

Getting a great job after you graduate college is difficult especially when your resume is competing against hundreds or thousands of others. This is why you need to create an optimized LinkedIn profile while in college and begin building … [Read more]

4 Geeky Ways to Organize Your Gmail Inbox for School

Here are 4 ways to help you clean up your gmail box and keep you better organized in school: 1. Automatically organize all email from your school with a .edu filter. The first step to keep your email organized is to filter all communication from … [Read more]

Download the Free Version of StarOffice with Google

I bought my laptop last year for very little money during one of those “after Thanksgiving” sales. Yeah, I was one of those guys who waited in line at freakin’ Office Depot to get this deal, but it was worth it. Anyway, the computer didn’t have any … [Read more]

Free IQ Tests You Should Know About

I.Q. is an abbreviation of “intelligence quotient,” which refers to a measurement of cognitive ability derived from a series of standardized tests. The IQ Test, as we know it, started with the Stanford-Binet test back in 1905. This test was used to … [Read more]

How to Get a Great Recommendation Letter

Most graduate schools want you to have at least two letters of recommendation. The typical strategy is to submit a recommendation from a boss (who can discuss your leadership qualities and character), and a professor (who can discuss your … [Read more]

How to Stop Procrastinating: 4 Steps to Finally Getting That Project Done

We all have items on our list that we dont want to do. And some projects end up staying on our to do list for weeks or even months. Here are four ways to help you get that research paper or project done in a timely fashion: 1. Assign a realistic … [Read more]

Are You a Successful Student?

Im looking to interview more successful students for the StudentHacks.org Student Success Series. Im looking primarily for people who have advice and study tips to help out students in high school, college, and/or grad school. Send me an email at … [Read more]

The Magic of Compound Interest (And Why You Should Save for Retirement While in College)

If I could go back in time to do college over again, I would have started saving for retirement. You see, I never really thought about compound interest and how by investing early in life I could multiply my money faster. I also didnt realize … [Read more]