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Student’s Speak: Carrie Wilson Cost 

Student’s Speak: Carrie Wilson

Carrie Wilson Ball State Grad Project Coordinator Dog Lover Hometown: Greenfield   First Job: Wilson works with healthcare clients as a project coordinator for Recourse Resource Consulting in Fishers, Indiana, and as a community ambassador for Leap for Women, an online community for entrepreneurs.   How she got there: Wilson graduated from Ball State in 2015. “I was a psychology major and thought I wanted to do counseling, but realized that it was not the career for me. A psychology degree definitely helps me interact and best understand clients.”  …

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Advice you’ll actually want from a recent college graduate Blog College 

Advice you’ll actually want from a recent college graduate

– Megan Carrell,  intern at the Indianapolis Business Journal In high school, you get bombarded with so much advice and information that it’s easy to ignore. But I promise, some of it is seriously useful. Here’s a list of what I wish I’d ACTUALLY listened to before college.   Be a nerd. Taking AP and ACP classes in high school might seem insane. But as hard as it is at the time, getting college credit is very nice later on. It’s easier and cheaper than a semester in college, and I’ve…

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4 Steps to Gaining the Upper Edge in College College 

4 Steps to Gaining the Upper Edge in College

People are often separated into two categories: “street smart“ and “book smart”. Street smart people are those who maybe decide school is only a means to an end and are ready to be part of the “real world.” These people thrive on the relationships they develop with those around them and are most likely to say they “know a guy”. Street smart people are quick on their feet and adaptable to change. They jump at new opportunities and above all else, they have confidence knowing they are always one step…

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