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  1. Here we will be posting the submissions from members in the community! You can access the questions through our Google Form: https://forms.gle/GAs4dMXmk8XjV9gU7
  2. As I previously mentioned in my education post in regard to Psychology, you can go a different way if you are not interested in becoming a therapist or a researcher. What I mean by that is that Psychology can be applied to a variety of different fields. Actually, when I was a full-time student, I was also enrolled in my university’s co-op program which allowed me to further develop my skills and gain new ones related to my major while being a student. One of the jobs I had was a specialty camp counsellor and administrator for a not-for-profit organization in my area. As a specialty camp counse
  3. Being a sports fanatic, landing a job in the sports arena is a dream come true for many. With more development and expanded scope, one has several career choices in sports other than just professional athlete, commentator, and writer. While aspiring sports writers, journalists, and commentators still have a lot of opportunities, fans now also have the chance of choosing out other careers in sports based on their individual talent, studies, and passion. Can’t decide between your professional choices like medicine and sports? You have got the chance to work in both disciplines. All you
  4. If you’ve been following along you probably know that I am an engineer by now. More specifically I graduated from the Ocean and Naval Architectural Engineering (ONAE) program at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Almost everybody, apart from those in or teaching the program, will ask ‘So what do you do?’ And I’m here to tell you all about it! First off, yes, the ONAE program is a degree and it is accredited the same as your basic mechanical and civil engineering degrees. In my personal opinion it is one of the hardest programs because we are not just dealing with static structures and w
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