We combed through The Canadian Campus Companion to provide you with the Top 7 things you didn’t know about university or college that can help improve your job prospects—even if you don’t know what your job goals are just yet.
Finding the right clothes for the job is almost as tough as finding the right job. Buying each of these pieces will allow you to create at least 10 outfits, enough to carry you for one week, and all on a budget of $500. So go shopping, get creative and don’t break the bank!
You, as a science student, enjoy a thirst for knowledge and curiosity for life; understand how the world functions and how processes work; and possess a keen eye for detail. These are great skills that will take you in any direction you wish to go — even if that isn’t towards becoming Dr. McDreamy.
What do you get when you mix a passionate teacher with a lawyer who loves creative writing? In this case, you find a viable business plan and an attractive book publishing concept: children’s picture books with space for kids to create their own illustrations.
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As more and more environmental issues rise to the surface and permeate cities and the countryside, those working in urban agriculture will become even more important to a worldwide commitment to sustainable, safe food and communities for all.