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TeenHelp March 26th 2024 11:03 AM
Resume supplement. Having volunteer experience, especially in the field you want to get a career in, can add bulk to your resume and give you more of an edge when trying to get hired. Even if you only volunteer a few hours each week, it will help you stand out in job applications. Volunteer experience on a resume shows that you are active in your community and care about others. Networking. Sometimes, volunteering can lead to a job later on. If they don't have any job openings, volunteering...
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The three common types of learners By Cassie (cynefin) Whether youíre in middle school, high school, or beyond, learning and retaining the information youíve learned can feel difficult, if not impossible at times in your school career. You learn a lot of new material and it can be hard for your brain to file it all away for future reference. This article is going to discuss the different types of learners and their characteristics. It will also have you ask yourself ...
TeenHelp June 29th 2023 02:15 PM
Teen Resume Guide Are you a teenager eager to enter the workforce and kick-start your career? Writing an impressive teen resume can be the key to opening doors and securing valuable opportunities. A well-crafted resume showcases your skills, achievements, and potential, helping you stand out from the crowd. In this comprehensive guide, we will walk you through the essential steps of creating a winning teen resume, highlighting the importance of including volunteer experience to enhance your...
TeenHelp October 15th 2021 06:02 PM
Here is How to Develop Your Math Skills Quickly If you want to rapidly improve your math skills but are worried that it isnít possible, then relax because although it might seem overwhelming now, there are clear steps you can take to improve your knowledge in a short period of time. The worst approach you can take is to panic. Your brain will simply shut off and prevent you from soaking up any more knowledge. While stress is understandable if you have a test coming up or an assignment...
TeenHelp June 3rd 2017 01:29 PM
Finding an Internship By Dez (~*Just Keep Swimming~*) An internship is a program where a college student is able to work in their field while still attending school in order to gain more experience in their field. During an internship the student is able to learn about their field from a supervisor who has a number of years of experience. An internship is sometimes required by the college the student attends. In other cases, the student may voluntarily decide to complete an...
TeenHelp May 1st 2023 12:58 PM
How to get your motivation back during lockdown By Haley (Halcyon) With many of last year's challenges continuing into the new year, it's not surprising that the coronavirus has had a detrimental affect to our motivation and energy levels. Routines have been disrupted and your days will probably look a lot different to this time last year, but you are not alone. Here are some ways to help get your motivation back. Reframe your goals. Due to lockdown restrictions, what...
TeenHelp January 1st 2018 07:17 PM
Coping with stress while in school By Dez (Onism.) and Cassie (cynefin) Going to school can be a stressful time but it is important that you find ways to reduce or eliminate some of this stress so you can stay healthy and happy. This article discusses some of the ways you can reduce some of the school-related stress in your life. Eliminating stress There are many things you can do to reduce the overall amount of stress you are feeling.
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Commonly confused words and phrases By Dez (Epiphany.) and Cassie (Cassado) Commonly confused words, also called malapropisms, are often incorrectly used in the place of another similar sounding word. Sometimes a phrase is also misused. This article will focus on a few commonly confused words, their meanings, and how they are used in sentences. Commonly confused words Affect and effect: Affect is a verb and it means to have an impact on something. Effect is the impact that...
TeenHelp May 8th 2022 05:24 PM
Top Best Tools to Use in the Process of Writing All students deal with crowds of academic papers. They all are different and o have different purposes. Nonetheless, they all should be original, of the highest quality, readable, useful, informative, and delivered by a certain date. It complicates the task of students to meet success. Many of them consider buying writing help online. There are lots of custom writing services. When you buy essay online on one of the reliable sites, you...
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Online schooling By Cassie (Cassiopeia.) When people think about their school environment, what comes to mind? Most people probably think of fellow classmates running through the halls before the bell rings, whilst some would think of sitting at their kitchen table, with their books before them, taking instructions from their parent. For a few, learning in front of a computer could come to mind as well. Education is a broad spectrum that can be taught in many different settings....
TeenHelp July 31st 2020 03:15 PM
Law enforcement: an insight into policing By Emma (Golfing girl) When you hear the words 'Law enforcement' you think of so many things. They are the ones who protect us from harm no matter what is happening. People who take on these jobs are putting their lives out there for us so that we can be safe. Some of them may not make it back to their own families and they still go to work everyday. Being a police officer is hard on that person and their family too, you never know when your last...
TeenHelp May 15th 2021 09:56 AM
4 Tips to Help You Cope With Finals Week As the summer break looms fast over the horizon, the one thing standing between you and a summer of relaxation and socializing is finals week. That boiling point of stress and worry throughout the academic year is finally coming to a head, and for most teens, this is one of the biggest weeks you have had to face so far, and itís the culmination of your schooling for the year, all mixed in with the fear of change. Finals Stress: Just a...
TeenHelp August 14th 2021 04:44 PM
Studying In Ireland, Things To Consider Students wishing to go to Ireland are in for a treat. Ireland is a gorgeous place with verdant green hills, beautiful weather, dramatic landscapes, shamrocks, and rural villages to take your breath away. Students find Ireland an attractive place to study because of the high level of education, the post-study work visa benefits, and the ease of living. While Ireland is slightly expensive, it is not as expensive as living and studying in London. ...

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