Profile Building For Students
University Connection takes pride in partnering with dynamic and credible organizations that resonate with our mission of “Empowering career choices, one student at a time.” If you want to build your profile further, here’s a good chance for you to explore some interesting opportunities.
Typically universities are simply looking for well-rounded individuals who are creative and have stories to share. By identifying the gaps in a student’s profile, we allow high school students to explore their interests and rather apply their acquired skills and knowledge to a project they’re passionate about.
An internship allows a student to acquire professional abilities before formally entering the workforce. Additionally, this bolsters their resume, and offers them practical experience.
Impact. Social Consciousness. Responsibility. Involvement. Key qualities universities look for when holistically assessing a student’s profile. Community engagement gives them the much-needed edge.
Summer schools are a rewarding way to interact and connect with individuals from diverse cultural, economic, social, and academic backgrounds before even starting college. This not only helps you stand out amongst other applicants, but also adds to your social skills.
Research prepares students for competitive and in-depth academic rigor required when in college. Working on a research paper strengthens a student’s understanding of concepts they are passionate about/want to explore. Pre-college research is valued and appreciated by evaluators world-wide.
All-rounded profiles are given a higher weightage over purely academic ones. Use your time in school to pick up that paintbrush, record that song, build that robot; colleges strongly value creative pursuits on your profile.
Growth is all about ‘being more’ as a person. This comes with aiding people and communities to foster growth. Indulging in social impact projects not only expands a student’s understanding of the world as a whole, but also shows colleges and universities that you care.