The holiday season is happening. Wait. An extra couple days off? Someone else may be doing some delish cooking and you can partake? Sports on TV and a general comradery, perhaps a snippy fight and a guilt trip and family feeling all the feels? Perfect and priceless.
Let’s face it. Searching and applying for jobs via an ad in a newspaper is now considered a fairy tale. It’s not just about answering that one ad anymore to get visibility and build a career. One must network, build their personal brand and show either our potential employers or administrators or panel that we are someone to watch.
… It was a dark and stormy night. Aren’t they all?
There’s one academic matter we all can agree on: dreading tests. You get a little space from them and you start to relax. You don’t think about it for awhile and get distracted with other things. And when they come back in few weeks, you have lost your rhythm. And it feels like a huge burden.
And it doesn’t have to!
An amazing time of year is finally upon us. Retail shops bring out those spice-filled flavors and scents you love (or hate), the air becomes crisp and takes a slight turn for the breezy and you’ll find your content streaming options start to skew towards the scary and creepy. Hocus Pocus indeed …
So, you’ve successfully completed another academic year. A year that was filled with new learnings, higher level classes, making new friends and many fun filled activities! Before you bring out the sunscreen and bring on the summer fun, there is one last thing you must cross off your bucket list before indulging into summer activities. Updating your Cirkled in profile! This is a great way to conclude the academic year and compile your accomplishments.
Cirkled in™ Honored as Grand Stevie® Awards Winner after winning 5 Gold and 2 Bronze awards in “2017 AMERICAN BUSINESS AWARDSSM”
Redmond, WA – Cirkled in, a company that provides secure, centralized, and online e-Portfolio solution for K-12 students, today announced that it has won Grand Stevie® Award for their exceptional recognitions within The American Business Awards after winning five Gold and two Bronze awards for “New Product and Services of the Year” in the Education category.
As I put the VR goggles on my head, my hair clip comes in the way. I decide to hold the goggles with my left hand and use the controller in my right hand. Then, the instructor starts the program. Suddenly I’m in a world of magic and curse. The instructor asks me to pick a virtual ball from a virtual basket with my controller and put it in the fire. As I do that, it makes me feel like I’m getting bigger and bigger and everything around me is shrinking and becoming tiny. And I could see everything around me in this virtual world. It was a strange feeling. Few minutes later, I stepped away from the virtual world and came back in the real world in Austin Texas where I spent four days at SXSW festival. Today reflecting back on my trip from a week ago, I realized that I grew so much in those four days that my horizon has expanded and the world around me seems to have shrunk.
Staying up late, studying for hours, and asking the teacher a million questions, this is also known as finals’ week. And this week comes twice a year – after semester 1 and semester 2. Your school may have a different setting than twice a year but that doesn’t change the fact that it’s grueling week. As a junior in high school who has survived five high school finals weeks (there’s two each school year), I know the drill. Here are some of my Dos and Don’ts for you to ponder upon. Use whatever pieces work for you.
Today marks the 88th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. MLK Jr. was a great leader and is still a role model for all US men, women, and children. He not only stood for people of color, but he actually stood for all the people who were disregarded. He fought for equity of all who didn’t stand up for themselves. MLK became a voice for them and fought for their rights. He inspired the whole country with his very famous speech “I Have a Dream” speech. He urged everyone to stretch themselves outside their comfort zone and have their own dreams. He left a legacy of not only dreaming but also doing. Today we asked an elementary school student, a middle school student as well as a high school student about what do they think about MLK Jr. and how he impacts them, 49 years after his death.