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When your student goes off to college, they will miss you as much as you miss them – even if they won’t admit it. Sending college care packages is a great (and subtle) way to show your college student how much you miss them. Common care package items can include…

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Internships can help college students get a competitive edge after college. Like a working interview, internships can sometimes lead to a full-time position. Some colleges require internships to graduate, but every student should consider this valuable work experience. Use these tips to help your college student find an internship:  …

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Despite finally having the freedom you’ve always wanted, college is often a big adjustment for first-time students—whether you admit it or not. To help, we’ve put together some tips to cover the basics so students can survive their first year away from home and enjoy life on campus.

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Having a job in college is a great way to get work experience and earn some extra cash. Whether it’s on campus working at the bookstore or in the local community, jobs can teach money management and organization skills — both great assets that will serve your student after college….

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Time management is a vital skill that every adult needs. Your college student may have mastered the basic skills of studying, but college is a new territory and exams will test deeper understanding of concepts. Use these tips to encourage better study skills for your student:   Develop a Time…

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For a first-time student, the summer before college is usually a mix of preparation and enjoying the last days of youth. We couldn’t agree more—from spending quality time with friends to gearing up for campus life, we have put together some tips on how to get the most out of…

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