As the second half of the summer season increases, Waseca Public Library prepares more activities for its summer reading program.
“We’re thrilled,” said Librarian Matthew White. “In my viewpoint, some of our coolest things is showing up in the 2nd half of the summertime.”
July 14 will feature a balancing show by Jason Huenke, an entertainer out of St. Paul. There will certainly likewise be unicycle riding as part of the performance.
White anticipates an excellent experience for guests, as comparable efficiencies have actually performed in the past.
“We had a unicycle in right here in 2013, and it was super cool,” White stated.
Children’s Curriculum Coordinator Jessica Barens concurs.
“It’s constantly a bona fide struck with the kids,” she said.
July 21 will certainly showcase a knowing chance in the type of a superhero composing workshop. This event crosses in between the children and teens programs, with kids getting a workshop at 2 pm, and teenagers getting their own at 4 pm The event will certainly be lead by Andrea White, who is the Janesville branch librarian and a certified English teacher.
“She has actually done this as a lesson with various age levels, so she is bringing her curriculum with her,” White said. “It’s a workshop to teach children the best ways to create characters and write a story containing those characters that’s generally a superhero and supervillain battle.”
Mad Science: Heroes and Their Music is an event on July 22 that includes fizzles, booms, sparks and other exciting responses connected to heroes from culture and literature.
A Fancy Nancy Tea Party occurs on July 23.
“This is absolutely striking a particular demographic,” Barens stated.
The occasion, which is aimedfocuseded on mothers and children, will be a tea partya tea ceremony that also has a makeup aspect.
“I in fact has a Mary Kay specialist reach out to me to do a fun make-up party,” Barens said. “It’s a terrific way to utilize those talents and capabilities, and exactly what they have to offer, while still providing it a literary angle.”
This angle comes from the inclusion of “Fancy Nancy,” a series of children’s books composed by Jane O’Connor. These books will be readily available for individuals to check out at the event.
Also coming up are a number of the library’s 4-H events, which aim to cover a broad rangea vast array of disciplines. On July 24 is a pet event, which explores a large range of pet-owning choices.
“It’s all about the taking care of and keeping of an animal, and attemptingattempting to have a conversation about exactly what pet works very well for you,” Barens stated.
Another 4-H occasion available this summer season centers on photography and video. This will certainly instruct participants on the best ways to take much better, sharper images and the best ways to utilize lighting.
On July 28, the teenager summer reading program comes to a close with a Bad guy’s Victory Celebration. There will be an outfit party and a set of film clips for individuals to watch.
“We’ll enjoy clips of all of the great minutes in bad guy history– usually them not succeeding,” White stated.
There will also be a game where gamers discuss how their villainous plans went awry to a Dark Overlord player.
On July 30, there will be an interactive music program with Wendy’s Wiggle Jiggle and Jam, which is a children’s band.
The finale to the kids summer reading program is a day at the Waseca Water Park, where from 4-6 pm on July 31 kids who joined the program can get into the swimming pool for totally freefree of charge.
In its summer library events, the library staff has actually triedaimed to strike a balance between educational and fun.
“There’s no skill being promoted in sticking your face in a chocolate pudding pie, however it’s incredibly fun,” White stated, describing a chocolate olympics occasion previously in the summer season. “We attempt for a mix of learning-based and enjoyable activities to show that there is more to education and knowing than simply reading a book, which is importantis necessary, but not all there is.”
Cape Coast, July 16, GNA – Plans
are far advanced for Government to turn five Personal Colleges of Education
(CoE) in the country into public organizations.
This remains in line with its promise
to expand access to CoEs to enhance instructor supply to fundamental schools.
Speaking at the launch of a.
1,600-seating ability auditorium for Our Girl of Apostle College of Education.
in Cape Coast, Professor Naana Jane Opoku Agyeman, Education Minister, stated.
Government would soon commence the building of three brand-new CoEs, one to be.
located in the Central Area, by close of the year.
She said the five personal.
Colleges are St Ambrose College of Education in Dormaa Akwamu and Al-Faruq.
Islamic College of Education in Wenchi, both of the Brong Ahafo Area; Bia Lamplighter College of Education in the.
Western Area, Gambaga College of.
Education in the East Mamprusi Municipality and St Vincent College of Education.
at Yendi, both in the Northern Area.
Deal with the auditorium, moneyed.
through the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFUND) at a cost of GH? 627,162.25,.
began in September 2004 and was anticipated to be finished in 2006.
The delay was due to the lack of.
funds and alteration of plans due to the nature of the website and its proximity.
to the sea.
Prof Opoku Agyeman stated.
Government is also carrying out the four-year Changing Teacher Education.
and Learning Programme at a cost of 17 million pounds to support teacher.
She said the launch of the.
Council of CoE was to guarantee that the students were trained to obtain the.
expert and scholastic proficiencies for teaching in pre-tertiary.
institutions and non-formal education organizations.
The Minister explained the.
different interventions as an indicator of Government’s commitment to the.
development of education in regards to quality and importance.
He said Government would not.
relent in accomplishing its objective.
She urged authorities of.
instructional institutions to prioritise projects so that they would be finished.
on time and advised the OLA CoE, making judicious usage of the facility.
Mr Aquinas Tawiah Quansah,.
Central Regional Minister, revealed worrystress over the variety of uncompleted.
GETFund tasks in the region and prompted the Ministry of Education to ensure.
that they are completed prior to brand-new ones are begun.
He advised teacher trainees to lead.
exemplary lives anywhere they are posted to because society admired them not.
just for knowledge but on moral uprightness.
Rev Sis Elizabeth.
Amoako-Arhin, Principal of the OLA CoE, stated how students assembled for.
school functions under trees and in open areas at the mercy of the weather,.
prior to the conclusion of the auditorium.
She revealed thankfulness to.
Government, saying the task is a sign of Government’s commitment to.
the promotion of instructor education.
She appealed to Government to.
complete the continuing to be tasks being undertaken at the College.
Osabarima Kwesi Atta II,.
Paramount Chief of Oguaa, recommended instructor students to take their researches.
seriously to successfully release their duties as instructors.
There has been a lot composed as to why President Obamas visit to a Medium Security prison in Oklahoma need to be hailed as a significant step for criminal justice reform. After all, his actions last week are more than any other president to this day. In between commuting sentences, speaking at the NAACP convention, to becoming the very first sitting president to visit a federal incarceration center; there is a lot to unbox in his week-long criminal justice reform crusade. President Obama is to be commended for taking this step. However, while his actions have been championed for clarifying a complex and frequently misunderstood subject, I would not call the week a triumph or signal of change just yet.
His visit, the one hailed as history in the making; where our president goes behind bars to get a clear look at the hardships and errors of our criminal justice system, was far from representative. As someone who has investedhung out in a jail, I was stunned to see President Obama stroll through a peaceful and empty cell block, one complimentary of the very individuals he was there to much better understand, the incarcerated individuals who call El Reno house.
The facility was put on lockdown for his see. The cell block President Obama was seen walking through was cleared of any individual, until he was safely on his way back to Washington. The mere truth that certain people were moved somewhere else, swept under the rug, and from the view of the cams lenses, talks to the issue of the dehumanization of United States detainees.
Even more, the six people the president met with throughout his go to were all non-violent drug transgressors. Yes, nearly half of the population at El Reno occurs to be serving time for non-violent drug offenses, which is on par with national stats. Nevertheless, offering up drug court and rehab in lieu of jail time does not totally explain away the problems in our criminal justice system.
The fact is that violent wrongdoers are the least most likely to recidivate. In fact, one research study discovered that less than half of people founded guilty of homicide, sexual attack, and rape are convicted of another criminal offense after their release from jail. Age too has proven to be a significant fact in recidivism, and usually it is the young transgressors that are more than likely to reoffend, which makes all of it the more attention-grabbing that the presidents words of compassion and second chances focused primarily on young individualsyouths instead of adults. Especially because it is grownups who have actually statistically grown out of the propensity making bad decisions and who are most motivated to make positive long term life changes.
President Obama was brave to pick up the issue of reform and put it front and center for all to see, however if the function of his check out was to highlight what life resembles on the within, I think the trip failed. Instead of merely concentrating on non-violent offenders, I think it would be braver to instead take on the system as a whole. After all, reforming or minimizing drug sentences, is statistically only taking care of half of the issue.
I concur that providingproviding Alternatives to Imprisonments (ATIs), and enhancing programs such as Drug Courts, are great steps. However I believe solely doing so essentially says all violent wrongdoers can not, or are not, worth conserving.
Additionally, the option of visiting a center in Oklahoma has an extra significance for me. Oklahoma is the countries largest incarcerator of women. More than 200,000 females are in jails or prisons in the United States, representing almost one-third of incarcerated females worldwide, according to the National Research study Council. The previous three to four decades have seen fast growth in womens imprisonment rates– an increase of 646 percent since 1980 compared with a 419 percent rise for males. Surely, prior to leaving workplace, the President should acknowledge the inconsonant effect of mass imprisonment on ladies, especially women of color and extend himself to hearing the typically singular and trauma associated stories of these daughters, moms, nieces, sisters, aunts and grandmothers.Conversely, in a week monopolized by our existing presidents ideas on reform, I think it was in fact a former president who is starting to see the light of day. In a speech, also at last weeks NAACP convention, previous President Expense Clinton asked forgiveness for his administrations mid-nineties tough on criminal offense policy that at the same time filled our prisons while likewise eliminating vital resources such as Pell grants to incarcerated students. He confessed the pressure to lower criminal offense rates was too big, which his method, which consisted of longer jail sentences, was wrong. President Clinton reminded the crowd that there is nearly a no recidivism rate for individuals who get a college degree
while in jail. The thing about education is that it is proven to lower recidivism no matter what the offense. Education offers the development of critical believing skills, confidence, and the ability to highlight the prospective to change ones life. This is precisely what we needhave to reform criminal justice in our country. While President Obamas focus on reducing prison populations, and helping cut low level drug offenses are excellent, fairly simply, it is inadequate. We must offer education to all incarcerated individuals, and enable individuals to get the essential skills to change their own lives post-release. It is evidentappears that former President Clinton lastly sees this reality clearly, albeit twenty years after his oppressive legislation crippled in-prison college programs in
our nation from 111 programs to just 11. It is also why the passage of current legislation from Congress, The Fixing Education And Learning(REAL )Act, which would repeal President Clintons Twenty Years ban on Pell eligibility for incarcerated students, and provide back up opportunity for betterment for our nations qualified incarcerated students, is so vital. I motivate you to call your agents in Congress to support these important costs and sign this petition in support of renewing Pell grants to incarcerated students.
By joining our voices together, across the political spectrum, we can take the imagine reform and make it a fact.
A retired public primary school principal just recently informed me that the rule in education used to be that grades 1-3 had to do with discoveringlearning how to check out. After that, it was reading to discover. However thats not happening today with the current emphasis on ELA skills through the Typical Core State Standards. The focus is on abilities. There is nothing about content. Material matters. You cant teach vital thinking without thinking about something. Nonfiction literature provides readers something to think about. Let me reveal you a photo worth thousands of words:
If you, an informed grownup, read this tasting of childrens nonfiction literature, youd find out an excellent deala good deal. Each book is extensively investigated and vetted for precision and perfectly created and shown. If it is a narrative, the story is told in an engaging, page-turning manner. If it is a how-to book, directions are clear and inspiration is embedded in the exposition. History, geography, sports, science, nature, art and music are all represented in this small library. Yet, for the most part, these appealing books never make it to the classroom. Instead, kids read flat, dry, informational material that comes with work sheets and lesson strategies. Teachers do not understandunknown that these books exist, that they cover the very same topics that remain in their curriculum, as well as if they do know about them, they are not exactly sure of the best ways to utilize them in the class.
You understand who does understandlearn about these books? The standardized screening companies. They excerpt passages (paying licensing costs) for the test questions. So if this writing is great enough for the tests, do not you think kids must read them in the classroom?Without experience
in checking out high-quality nonfiction, children are not building a structure of understanding, not discoveringlearning how to think in a corrective method, and are not preparing to be informed decision makers. The major distinction between these books and those written on these topic for grownups, is that kids authors presume that their readers have little to no prior knowledge. Concepts are carefully presented and reinforced so that the material is not frustrating to the reader. Authors honor their readers and presume they are writing for intelligent human beings who might be uninitiated in the topic. The authors voices, their humor, wit, enthusiasms, inform the books. As an author of science books for youngsters, I have actually typically said that if one of my books is the first book on a subject a kid checks out, I have failed if it is the last.Interestingly, the majority of
independent, privateindependent schools that have a long custom of teaching literature-based material through trade books. Yet, the barriers for public school usage appear to be overwhelming: There is little or no relationship in between trade
- books and the curriculum. The frame of mind is to utilize the textbook and the prescribed lesson plans. Teachers are afraidhesitate to wander off from the top-down required for the useusing textbooks and approved materials. They are required to cover the material typically in methods that dissuade real learning. Fear of not meeting standards is assuaged through the useusing scripted lessons, while authentic learning suffers. Educators might know this but adhere to keep their jobs. Teaching well takes more time than is enabled by pacing calendars. Teachers have little or no familiarity with childrens trade nonfiction and have virtually no time in their busy schedules
- to start reading them. They also often don’t have the autonomy or the skills requiredhad to create their own lesson strategies based on genuine books. A licensed school librarian can assist. There is little or no funding for classrooms sets of these books so that the knowing and reading can be both an individual and shared experience by the students
- . Some school districts have actually purchased classroom sets that can be obtained by instructors when theyre required. But they are the exceptions. The Common Core State Standards mandate that kids check out widely and read closely. The huge selection of high quality childrens nonfiction literature is waiting on the racks of libraries all over to do simply that
. Research study online is great if you know what you do not understandhave no idea. These books open doors to subjects they didnt understand they didnt know. It can be the basis for an upgrade in education and discovering everywhere.
Western prof picked for nationwide management institute
Rob Thomas, environmental science professor at the University of Montana-Western, will speak at the Task Kaleidoscope Summertime Leadership Institute, which is July 25 through 30 at Baca Campus of Colorado College in Creston, Colo.
A professorsA professor of Western because 1993, Thomas is a Regents Teacher and the only Montana teacher named Carnegie Structure National Teacher of the Year.Thomas will speak
about Western’s one-of-a kind block scheduling, an Experience One learning design where students enroll one at a time in multi-week chunks.He will likewise coach two professors members and lead a practicum session about leadership.PKAL works with the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education Union in
an effort to constantly enhance education and learning. PKAL, a program of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, is headquartered in Washington DC Montana Western Chancellor Beth Weatherby nominated Thomas for the management honor.
Over 200 hate criminal offenses motivated by racial bias and hostility were dedicated in Lincoln and neighbouring areas in the 5 years approximately April 2015, according to new information.
A Liberty of Info request has actually revealed that 214 hate crimes sustained by race were carriedperformed in Lincoln and West Lindsey, higher than anywhere else in the county.
Nevertheless, the variety of hate criminal offenses reduced year on year in this duration, falling from 80 in 2010-2011 to 22 in 2014-2015.
Similarly, racially motivated hate criminal activities throughout the county significantly fell in the exact same time frame, from 173 to just 57 in 2014-2015.
A racist hate criminal offense is defined by authorities as: Any criminal offence which is perceived, by the victim or other person, to be motivated by a hostility or bias based on an individual’s race or viewed race.
In overall, there were 1,376 taped racial incidents in Lincolnshire in the five years disclosed as part of the conclusions.
Of these incidents, which can be anything that is perceived to be racist by the victim or any other individual, 566 took place in Lincoln and West Lindsey.
Superintendent Maria Staniland said: Lincolnshire Authorities takes seriously every event that is reported to the force, consisting of those that are racially encouraged, and examines thoroughly.
Together with partner companies we have actually done a lot of deal with our local neighborhoods to engage with them and take on their issues, and alsoas well as offer education and discovering where it might be essential.
We are happy to see that this work might have assisted contribute to a reduction in the varieties of reports of racially inspired hate criminal activities, specifically since this problem stays among our concerns.
It is extremely crucial for our communities to stand together versus criminal activities motivated by bias and hate. We appreciate and understand that changing attitudes is never ever going to be an easy job however we remain committed to it and advise any victims to come forward rather than withstand these criminal activities in silence.
Councillor Rosanne Kirk, Portfolio Holder for Social Inclusion and Neighborhood Cohesion at City of Lincoln Council, added: We understand the figures and are dedicated to striving with our partners to tackle hate criminal activity and encourage individuals to be tolerant and considerate of each other, despite their race, religious beliefs or ethnic background.
A Difference Day occasion due to take locationoccur in October has actually been organised by Just Lincolnshire and will give people the opportunity to discuss the reporting of hate criminal activity. We have actually recently held training sessions for our frontline staff to raise awareness of it and how it ought to be handled.
It is importantis necessary that racial occurrences and racially inspired hate criminal activities are reported so that not only can the perpetrators be identified, but we can likewise remain to discover the best ways to inform people so that these kinds of crimes are not committed in the first place.
The project is being run in conjunction with Talenthouse, a community of artists, and Pearson, a business that offers education and discovering services.
Organisers state photographers will certainly be offered a ‘cash bursary’ if their image is chosen for Pearson’s picture library, adding that their work will be credited and showcased.
They add: ‘Furthermore, a select number of professional photographers will certainly be offered profession opportunities with the potential to continue to deal with paid jobs for upcoming Pearson tasks.’
The submissions will certainly be judged by Rankin, who stated: ‘Dealing with Pearson and Talenthouse, we are intending to create a collection of stunning and expressive images that capture the power of discovering in all its diverse forms.
‘We are welcoming professional photographers from around the world to obtain out their cams and submit candid and innovative expressions of the knowing trip.’
The present law still allows just those in regional and county jails to useobtain the Pell grant if they satisfy certain requirements, according to Mahaffie, however those in state and federal penitentiaries can not receive services under the Pell grant.
“If they were to make people in federal and state penitentiaries eligible for monetary aidfinancial assistance, there needs to be a way to test making sure that really works,” Mahaffie says. “We would choose a group that might check this provision and do an examination of that.”
Given that Martin’s release, he has utilized his skills to assistto aid other previously incarcerated individuals end up being leaders in the community. JustLeadershipUSA’s main objective is to make considerable steps towards policy reform within the system.
“We need to alter hearts and minds, we need to humanize people in the criminal justice system,” Martin says. “Programs are exceptionally important, however it’s the glue in between that really matters. The stuff that changes individuals’s lives is the human interaction, every single one can tip an individual’s life in one instructions or another.”
Lots of politicians throughout the country have taken a stance on the concern of post-secondary education in correctional facilities. Previously this year, congresswoman Donna Edwards (D-Md.) announcing that she together with five other Democratic congressional members would present a brand-new act entitled the Fixing Education and Learning (REAL) Act. The REAL Act enables detainees in federal centers access to Pell grants.
Simply over a year prior to the advancement of the REAL Act, New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo declared a strategy to offer public funding for college classes in New York prisons, but later halted the strategy after opposition developed.
Denise L. Justice, the superintendent of the Ohio Central School System and the Ohio Department of Rehab and Correction, says she understands why individuals may not support increased public funding for prison education, however she continues to advocate for as much shows as possible.
“For those people that were around in the 90’s, there is still that very same, ‘why does my children have to commit a criminal offense to obtain a college degree?’ It rears its ugly head,” Justice says. “Some individuals do not think we must be providing these services. They do not get that these individuals are returning into our areas. You need to be cautioustake care.”
New York City (AP)– Boarding school in Kathmandu and public school in New york city City are countless miles apart in more ways than one.The system how they teach is very different, said 18-year-old Pasang Sherpa, who showed up in New york city four years ago. In Nepal, we only memorized from the textbooks.Thousands of students
like Sherpa go into the citys schools every year from countries where education systems vary commonly from an US schoolroom. Many know little English and some have had no formal education at all.The change for Sherpa was smoothed by the Expatriate Youth Summer Academy, a 16-year-old task of the International Rescue Committee, a nongovernmental company that resettles refugees.About 130 students from more than 30 nations are enrolled in this summertimes six-week session, which started July 6 in a public school building near Wall Street. Along with English, mathematics, social studies and the arts, they are learning how to browse New york city City and how to manage themselves in school.The concept of questioning an instructor in many cultures is so counter to exactly what theyve been taught, said Principal Kira OBrien
, and yet a lot of our education system is based upon children questioning.Sherpa, whose family left Nepal since of conflict between Maoist rebels and the government, went through the academy and is back this summertime as an assistant
teacher.Sherpa said she was introduced to other cultures through the expatriate academy. In Nepal, there is just Nepali individuals and we don’t truly deal with other peopleother individuals, she stated. And right here I get to fulfill individuals from Burma,
Africa, China. I show them my culture and they share with me their culture.Sherpa was assisting teach English to middle schoolers last week. Zain Younus, a bright-eyed 13-year-old from Pakistan, was the very first to raise his hand.The refugee academy gives me a lot confidence to raise my hand, he stated. And its so much enjoyable.
I have brand-new buddies from various countries.Sara Rowbottom, the education and knowing supervisor for the International Rescue Committee, said a few of the academys students are from refugee families that the committee is working to settle, while others have actually been referred by other companies or by schools.Some students have actually been in the United States just a few weeks while others have been in the country for a year or more.OBrien, the principal, stated some students are not literate either in English or in their native language.We have some children who needed to work, some children coming out of a place like Chad who because of dispute were not able to access education, she said.During the routine school year the students will sign up with a system whose
1.1 million pupils discuss 160 languages.The New York City Department of Education does not track how numerous students are first-generation immigrants or how lots of are refugees, however Yalitza Vasquez, chief of personnel for the departments Department of English Language Learners and Student Support, stated there
are about 150,000 students categorized as English language learners.A subset of about 14,000 are known as Students with Interrupted Formal Education, implying they are beginners who are two or more years listed below grade level either in math or in literacy in their home language.Vasquez said there are after-school and weekend programs meant to help these students catch up. The DOE has actually been doing extensive work to support this population, she said.Max Ahmed, education advocacy associate for the New York Immigration Union, stated some
schools do a much better task than others of teaching refugees and students whose education has actually been interrupted.Ahmed stated that without proper services these students can fail the cracks.That one kid in the back who is not speaking
gets disregarded and overlooked, he stated.
Lots of students put on # 39; t know enough about the crucial decisions making and factors to weigh when selecting a college, which costs them time, money and can even take a toll on their well-being. My earliest son graduated from high school this year, and every element of the college-selection and enrollment process is more complex than it was when I went to school. Selecting a greater knowing organization, funding an education and discovering innovation systems are all complicated jobs. Below are 5 strategies that soon-to-be university student can utilize to effectively navigate the terrain of the college experience, prevent getting lost in the higher ed shuffle and maximize the return on their greatercollege investment.
Welcome someone at your college to coach you. Your mentor should help you show on your talents and achievements and need to motivate your success in school and in life. Mentoring is a crucial college experience that can assist you feel more ready for life after college.
Become the candidate that working with managers desire. Set up interviews with hiring supervisors in your field while you are a college student and discover exactly what they want from their brand-new hires while you still have the chance to shape your college experience. A college transcript is a sign of what you understand, however company leaders also want to understandneed to know exactly what you can do in a real-world environment. Many business leaders state college graduates wear # 39; t have the skills their business requirements. So, get the experience that working with managers want while you are still in school and be prepared to go over that experience when you interview for a job.
Follow my papa # 39; s suggestions: Complete your degree. Conclusion yields choices. You may hold lots of tasks over the course of your lifetime– a current report suggested that among child boomers the lifetime average is 12 jobs– and finishing your degree could increase the opportunities of finding and crafting the job of your dreams. If the maze of courses and requirements for your program is confusing, ask your higher education organization for aid, due to the fact that it is costly to guess about the right methodthe proper way to browse these requirements alone. Find someone who will help you map your course to degree conclusion.
Prevent debt, and pay as you go. Only two in 10 individuals in the United States highly concur that education beyond high school is affordable. The convenience level among some greatercollege leaders about college loan debt is disappointing, but it likewise reflects the national borrow-as-you-go trend. Buck the trend and enroll in the courses you can spend for as you go because large college loan debt doesn # 39; t just hurt your wallet, it may likewise stymie your wellness. Ask an academic adviser honest questions about the cost of your education versus the making capacity in your field. This analysis can help you make wise choices about where and how you need to go to school.
Find the ideal fit. Enlist in an organization that is the right suitable for you. How you go to college matters more than where you go to college, so concentrate on the knowledge and applied skills you will certainly learn at an institution. Go to a school with opportunities for you to do exactly what you do finest every day– one that helps you establish your knowledge, skills and strengths to their fullest capacity.
These are a few of the ways you can make best use of the return on your investment in greater education. Discover a pathway that works for you, your finances and your well-being. Then be focused, deliberate and prepared to request for aid during your college career. Good luck, college-goers! Your future awaits!