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Money Management by Lauren

The topic of money always scares me. I find that I am always worrying about being broke, whether it be now or in the future. I think about student debt, how much money I am currently making with my job,

Money, Money, Money by Aliah

Hey there, Aliah here. At some point we all come to a time in our lives where money begins to play a pretty big role. It influences our lives heavily in today’s society, and therefore dictates our standard of living,

My post-secondary journey so far by Meaghan

“So, what do you want to do with your life?” This is probably the scariest question you will ever be asked or ask yourself. No other question has a greater impact on the choices you will make regarding post-secondary education.

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Preparing for post-secondary by Kassidy

Created by Kassidy, Catapult, 2012, Catapult Plus 2013 & 2014 PART I: BEFORE POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION WARNING: Before you begin reading, be warned that this blog post is super long and I tried to cover as many details as possible. If

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Goal setting – starting small by Jeremy

How many keynote speakers and mentors have you heard articulate the strategies and benefits of effective goal setting throughout your education? If it’s half as many as I have, then you could probably give your own workshop on the topic

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Mini goals can get you to the finish line by Ava

I first took this blog post on for Catapult because I figured it would be a good opportunity to take a closer look at my own goal-setting habits and establish real defined goals instead of just keeping them in the

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“Winging it” to civil engineer by Abby

Goal Setting, is probably something you’ve heard about over, and over again in school. Well, I’m actually not here to teach you about setting goals, but merely offer some friendly advice, and let’s be clear before we start, I AM

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Time Management

Stay tuned for Emily’s take on time management

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Kerry Cook

How to go from ordinary to extraordinary by Kerry Cook I grew up with an absent dad and a physically and mentally abusive mother. I was told I was worthless and would never amount to anything. These negative messages and