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March 2021 | ISSUE NO.8
TURNING WORDS INTO ACTION
For the month of March, we are turning our words into actions by choosing to Elevate starting with setting goals and learning how to achieve them! In this month's issue, we unravel what it means to have a personal mission statement and how to make one, share tips and tricks to help you avoid procrastination and stay focused on your goals, get to know NASA Ames writer Katrina Wesencraft and more. To continue enjoying informative educational content, subscribe to our newsletter!
December 2020 | ISSUE NO.7
TRANSITIONING FROM CLASSROOM TO CAREER
December is the season for exams, postsecondary applications, and New Year’s resolutions… y’know, all the stuff that can make thinking about the future feel scary and overwhelming 😬😱 Luckily, here at Go2GradTutors, we’re ready to help you navigate the exciting (and manageable!) transition from classroom to career
NOVEMBER 2020 | ISSUE NO.6
WEATHERING THE STORM: MAINTAINING WELL-BEING & NAVIGATING STUDENT SUPPORTS
For the month of November, we decided to focus on student wellness and well-being and discuss strategies for coping with the stress of the winter season. In this month's issue, we provide suggestions for no-contact socializing, highlight the importance of reaching out for help, share brain-boosting snack ideas, and more. To continue enjoying informative educational content, subscribe to our newsletter!
OCTOBER 2020 | ISSUE NO.5
FALL INTO GOOD
For the month of October, we wanted to help you conquer your semester by sharing some of our best advice for improving your study habits. In this month's issue, we explore the importance of challenges, highlight common barriers to study success and how to overcome them, show you how to build your own A+ study schedule, and more. To continue enjoying informative educational content, subscribe to our newsletter!
SEPTEMBER 2020 | ISSUE NO.4
PAVING THE WAY THROUGH STUDENT EXPERIENCE
For the month of September, we wanted to welcome you back to school by highlighting unique student experiences and the lessons they have taught members of our student community. In this month's issue, we show you how to master teamwork in virtual environments, offer tips for academic success, and explore what it means to be a student! To continue enjoying informative educational content, subscribe to our newsletter!
AUGUST 2020 | ISSUE NO.3
BRILLIANT MINDS AND HOW THEY WILL HELP US TRANSITION
For the month of August, we wanted to embrace the bright minds of our generation and the digital applications that they have created to help us transition into the new method of learning, blended. From understanding how blended learning can help empower students to learning how to conquer this semester, we have it all in this month's newsletter. To get all exclusive access into our monthly content, subscribe to our newsletter linked below!
JULY 2020 | ISSUE NO.2
THE LIFE OF A 21st CENTURY STUDENT
For the month of July, we decided to shed light on our own lives as a unique body of students. The great thing about our community is that we can all relate to each other on some level, and within this month's issue we take a closer look into the different lives of several students. From medical students pursuing YouTube careers to motivational youth speakers and frontline healthcare interns, we have it all in this month's newsletter. To get all exclusive access into our monthly content, subscribe to our newsletter linked below!
JUNE 2020 | ISSUE NO.1
TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS IN ACADEMIA
In our first-ever issue, we are targeting our current educational climate by addressing the major shift that took place early this year in teaching and learning. Switching from in-person learning to virtual method has allowed students and educators to take a step back and reevaluate the major technological advancements that are developing in academia as we speak.