The kind of account you choose to open, along with the bank you choose to open it with, is a learning opportunity. It’s a chance for you to learn money management and saving while gaining responsibility as a young adult.
According to a Case Western Reserve University study from 1997, “college-age procrastinators ended up with higher stress, more illness and lower grades by the end of the semester.”
Even if you don’t have something similar lined up this year, there are so many other ways you can spend time to bolster your resume. Here are some ideas to get you started.
When I was on winter break last year, I discovered the Chrome web store on my laptop and wondered what extensions were. After some research, I realized how helpful they were for my schoolwork.
You don’t need to look too far or risk your own safety in order to find your niche. Here are some virtual opportunities to consider for both high school and college students.
As the school year winds down, thinking about next year’s courses is probably the last thing on your mind. But your course selection is important!