10. The Art of Organization.
9. Your Finances.
Remember those student loans? Yea, we don’t want to either…but that won’t make them go away.
Learn to network yourself and put yourself out there. You never know, that random person you met at Pizzalleys might just have the hookup for your dream job. If you struggle with networking, check your email frequently; there are usually workshops or career fairs available to help prepare you for life after college. LinkedIn is especially useful.
6. Time Management.
5. Being a friend.
Put em’ in.
Making friends at college is something that just naturally happens. These are some of the best years of your life. Find people to enjoy them with.
Learn how to communicate effectively with the people around you; even if you aren’t their biggest fan. No matter what job you plan on doing after college, you are going to be working with others. Also, don’t forget to keep in contact with those that made you who you are: your parents/guardians.
Papers. Papers everywhere.
Your room won’t clean itself. Contrary to popular belief, the dishes won’t wash themselves if you stare at them long enough. Be hygienic and keep it clean.
People rarely see eye to eye 100 percent of the time. Learn to consider other people’s options while implementing your own personal ideas. Treat each other as equals. Working together as an effective team will benefit you in the long run. Drama… Ain’t nobody got time for that.
1. Making “you time”.