Exams are over, and your brain can finally take a break. From internships to traveling, to summer jobs, many of you probably have at least some plans lined up for your college summer break. How you choose to spend your summers can actually have a major impact on your resume and your future. For those of you who do not have anything lined up just yet, here are some great last minute ideas for how to spend your summer that don’t involve spending 100% of your time laying on the beach or binge watching Netflix (although we highly recommend sprinkling those activities in here and there).
Last Minute Internship
Internships are one of the best things that you can do as a college student over summer break to increase your odds of getting hired after graduation. If you haven’t applied for any internships yet, there are still plenty of opportunities out there. Don’t be afraid to ask a parent or a professor or a professional contact if they can help you get your foot in the door. Indeed.com has a list of internships you can check out here. Continue reading →
Tax season is officially over. For those of you that are getting a return this year, you are probably already thinking about what you are going to do with that return money. Or maybe you already have a plan. Either way, be sure to be practical. Before you go spending all of that money, sit down and think about it. We’ve included a list below of some of the smart and fun ways to spend your tax return money.
Smart Ways to Spend Your Tax Refund Money
Pay off outstanding debt – First and foremost, you should put any money toward outstanding debt, especially those that accrue high interest. This includes credit cards, student loans, car loans, etc.
Planning for spring break in college can be exciting, yet sometimes tough. Now’s the perfect time to start your planning! We put together 5 quick, yet important tips for planning your college spring break!