Social media is the initial contact or follow-up to get someone to actually take a tour or meet with an admissions counselor. The fact it's so easy to tour and get to know a college without setting foot on campus has led to a flood of college applications. Many high school students apply to multiple schools to shop for the best financial aid. That raises the stakes for admissions counselors to reel in students, especially successful students who can boost the schools' retention and graduation rates and, in turn, their rankings. Social media is used on a consistent basis with
International Youth Day (IYD) was first celebrated on 12th August 2000, after the UN General Assembly passed a resolution The UN uses celebrations like these to draw public awareness to problems surrounding a particular global demographic and IYD focuses on the youth, their issues and their contributions. International Youth Day focuses on the rights of these young people to have full access to education, adequate healthcare, employment opportunities, financial services and full participation in public life. In a climate of economic uncertainty, it is all the more important for countries to invest in opportunities for their youth to learn, earn
All of us do not have equal talent. Yet all of us have an equal opportunity to develop our talents. – Ratan Tata We know how tough it is to land a job nowadays. So what is it that the employers look for while hiring? When comparing candidates, an employer differentiates between well-qualified applicants and candidates who appear to have the qualities, skills, experience, and knowledge required to sustain in a job. For employers, getting the right people means identifying people with the right “skills” to fulfill the role and contribute to the organization's success. What are Employability Skills?