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Come May 1, students will be deciding which college they plan to attend in the fall. In this essay, KWHS guest columnist Casey Slide, who has a background in industrial engineering and writes about money management, careers and education on Money Crashers Personal Finance, discusses in-demand career fields and their related college majors.
The Week in Review:
In March, some of the country’s most innovative high school seniors traveled to Washington, D.C., for the Intel Science Talent Search 2013. KWHS spoke with $100,000 winner Sara Volz, a teen from Colorado, about biofuel, algae and building a laboratory in her bedroom.
Social media (think Twitter, Facebook, YouTube) are transforming publishing as we know it. As a result, the field of journalism is also changing, adapting to the need for more tech-savvy writers and editors. Journalists today must be multi-talented – penning both feature stories as well as captivating their readers in 140 characters or less.