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[31 Mar 2019 | Comments Off on WHY YOU SHOULD PARTICIPATE IN VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES WHILE IN SCHOOL | ]

To learn many soft skills
You will learn soft skills when participating a charity program: Building ideas, Developing program schemes, Performing communication tasks, Implementing programs … Learning life solf with practical activities will definitely be much more effective than the idea of ​​drawing on pen and paper.
The instructions and how to handle situations arising will help you be more confident and no longer surprised when encountering unexpected incidents in life. You can also get familiar with the professional working environment and learn the knowledge that teachers do not teach: observation skills, …

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[9 Feb 2019 | Comments Off on 6 classic books that every student should read before graduation | ]

1. FREEDOM
The book is a story about love triangle when the characters met for the first time in college. What is more important to them: love or friendship? How to decide in this dilemma, when you just want to have love but still don’t want to lose your best friend? Every student should find the answer to this question.
2. This Side of Paradise

A prestigious Princeton student became completely disillusioned after graduation. He discovered that the life out there was different from his university environment and now he had to find …

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[25 Jan 2019 | Comments Off on Reasons that students should read more books | ]

1. Reduce stress

A good novel can make you feel like you are living in another world and it is a perfect therapy when you are stressed out.
The complexity of everyday life makes you tired of both mind and body, losing your focus on work. There is nothing better than immersing yourself in a good book, your mind and body will have a full rest.
2. Expand your vocabulary
This is one of the most obvious benefits of reading, helping you in finding worda for every aspect of life. If you are trying …

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[3 Jan 2019 | Comments Off on 4things more important than transcripts in employers’s point of view | ]

Maybe when in college, you think the transcript is everything. However, when talking to employers, transcripts are not the most important thing they want to see in you.
1. How to manage time

Employers believe that knowing how to manage time is one of the thing that is more important than your transcript. Even if you have a high average score (GPA), no one will want to work with you, if you can’t manage your own time. Employers want you to handle some projects at the same time and often have strict …

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[5 Dec 2018 | Comments Off on Reasons students should work part-time before graduation | ]

Part-time job during college has many benefits. Many students feel that going to work after school can distract them from studying. At first sight, part-time job opportunities will make you overloaded, but if you know how to arrange your time, you can do it. You should try to balance your work and get good grades at school, if you really want to do it, just go ahead.
1. Covering your expenses
Not everyone gets a scholarship to study at university, so do extra work to help you narrow down your expenses, help …

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[19 Nov 2018 | Comments Off on 5 Good habits for students in college | ]

1. Plan for work and study.

This good habit will help you a lot for your future job. When you are overwhelmed with your workload, the deadline is coming, exam also coming close, you should sit calmly and write down what to do with a specific timetable. Then just go ahead to complete everything as planned without fear of missing something.
2.Join clubs in university

Imagine how student life would be if you were never a member of a club. These activities will open up new relationships for you, help you develop soft …

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[19 Sep 2011 | Comments Off on OPSEU reaches agreement bringing strike to an end | ]

After 18 days, a tentative settlement has been reached to end Ontario’s college support staff strike.
Following two days of bargaining by negotiators, the deal was struck late Sunday night.
Rob Bemister, chair of the OPSEU bargaining team, said the union secured key contract proposals for its members and hopes all members will approve the tentative deal.
Over 8,000 college support workers will be returning to work Sept. 20.
Details are expected to be released after the settlement has been approved, which a date has not been set for.

 

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[18 Sep 2011 | Comments Off on Students feeling disconnected as the lack of Internet takes effect | ]

It would seem as though postponed assignments and a lighter workload would be any college students’ dream. Even though it may be the case for some students at Mohawk, it comes at a hefty price. Due to the current strike, students have been disconnected from the Internet, turning the dream into a nightmare.
Currently, the staff that monitors the Wi-Fi is out walking the picket lines. In order to make life a little easier for students, the college has set up locations within the campus that have a limited number of …

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[17 Sep 2011 | Comments Off on Elections Canada cancels on-campus voting due to strike | ]

Students are left wondering how to vote on Oct. 6 as campus polling stations have been cancelled.
Since the strike isn’t expected to be over any time soon, Elections Canada has decided not to have special polling stations on campus for fear that the strikers will compromise the safety and integrity of the voting system. These on-campus polls were a new idea meant to start this year to encourage about 200,000 Ontario college students to have their say in the upcoming election.
Since youth voter turnout has been something of a concern …

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[17 Sep 2011 | Comments Off on Mohawk fills the gaps as support staff walks the line | ]

 

It goes without saying – the support staff on strike has posed a unique set of challenges for Mohawk College.   With the theoretical ball being left behind by the strikers, part-time and administrative staff have teamed up with students to keep the game in play.
Some big names in the college have been found helping out wherever possible.
“I even saw [Mohawk College] President Rob MacIsaac [helping out] in the OSAP office one of the days,” said Andy Hall, MSA’s Vice President.
Meanwhile over in The Square, Jay Robb, Director of Media Relations …