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Category Archives: Student Career Journal

Four Tips To Write A Great Personal Statement

By Andrea Byrd (Mississippi Valley State University) Student Career Journal is a series of articles written by HBCU college students about life on campus, career topics and the career and professional experiences of black historical figures. If you are going to grad school, … Read More…

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Start a Dorm Room Business This Year

Between classes, extra curriculars, and the unavoidable need to socialize with other human beings, it can be hard for college students to find time to work, let alone start a business. But in this struggle lies the answer. Being your own boss seems … Read More…

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Why Are Internships Important?

By Andrea Byrd (Mississippi Valley State University) Student Career Journal is a series of articles written by HBCU students about college life, career activities and opportunities on their campus that encourage career development and building success habits. Acquiring new skills. Attaining an internship … Read More…

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