Have you received your acceptance letter from your dream university? Congratulations, you are one step closer to achieving your goal! You probably choose your university based on its academic programs, but you probably didn’t know that in the United States, importance is given to university culture by focusing on social events and personal relationships. Although … Read more 3 Ways to Make the Most of Your U.S. College Experience
Building your social network is an important part of being a college student in the U.S. Networking means creating a support system for both personal and professional development. By networking you can socialize with other international students and get to know university professors.
Whether you are planning to look for a job in the U.S. or back in your home country, networking is an essential part of an effective job search. The term “networking” may sound formal, but it can actually take place anywhere: one-on-one coffee chats, in class, or formal networking events.
But why network?