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Summarizing is a very necessary skill, but hard to do, especially for ESL students. Would you like to refresh your memory about how to summarize? Please join our skillshop in room H-118, on Friday, September 21, from 11 AM to 12:30 PM.
Interested in Business, Sales and/or Fashion? Stop by the Career Center on Monday, Sept. 24th (no appointment required) to talk with Isai and Valentina about employment opportunities with Michael Kors. Treats will be available!
Establishing Good Credit: The American Bankruptcy Institute revealed that 19% of the people who filed for bankruptcy last year were college students.
· College seniors graduated with an average credit card debt of more than $4,100, up from $2,900 almost four years ago. Close to one-fifth of seniors carried balances greater than $7,000.
· More than 84% of college students have at least one credit card.
· Over 80% of graduating college seniors have credit card debt before they even have a job!
· Understanding the ins and outs about credit cards, loans, lending and finance charges is imperative to your financial future. Learn the ins and outs of credit and help and how you can start building credit for your future.
By learning effective goal setting strategies, learning the difference between Goals and Dreams, committing to your goals and dreams, and by learning how to turn your Life Plan into bite size goals that you can successfully achieve, you will be on the path to achieving them while staying
focused and motivated the entire journey!
-Choosing and introducing a topic
-Correctly addressing the prompt
-Making a clear and convincing argument
-Supporting your points
Nick will be here to provide information (and treats!) about open positions for: Front of House Cashiers, Shift Leaders and Restaurant Managers. Opportunities are available!!!!
Please join us in the Howard Brubeck Theatre as we present this week’s performance in the Concert Hour series.
This week’s performance features The Journeybirds, an acoustic duo comprised of Keila and David Jenson. They will be performing songs that illustrate the evolution of American folk music, from blue-grass roots to the dust bowl, from Greenwich Village to Haight-Ashbury.
Parking and admission are free. Doors open at 12:50pm.
Test Taking Strategies: asses your current test taking strategies. Reflect on what you might need to do to improve your techniques. Discover the planning that goes into preparing for exams. Learn about different types of tests. Discover the benefits of study groups.
≈Factor out the greatest common factor
≈Factor by grouping
≈Special factoring techniques