So, you are excelling at your online courses but wondering about where they may one day lead you. You are toying with the idea of pursuing a career as an astronaut, a science teacher, or a food chemist. You enjoy a variety of courses but would like some more knowledge on the practical application of the material you have covered.
Everyone can benefit from a little guidance and seeking out a professor or a career adviser to serve as your mentor is a wonderful way to get more direction and gain a sounding board for your ideas. As an online student, you will need to be proactive to find your mentor match.
Read “Find a Mentor as an Online Bachelor’s Student” by Bradley Fuster on U.S. News Education to learn how to ensure that you don’t miss out on this important academic relationship.
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