The TAG Team is Science World’s Teen Advisory Group. It organizes SWEET (Science World Extravagant Evening for Teens) events for
Student insights, articles and analyses shared with the country.
As a third year undergraduate student, I can vouch that each of you have been or will be assigned at least one group or individual assignment that needs intensive research. You will need to gather information, select the most relevant data and finally cite your sources. So, how do you begin this literature search? The Internet
We are excited to feature National Young Leader mentor, Samuel Yang, for our September Leader in the Spotlight. Sam is a third year science student at the University of Alberta, who is heavily involved within the UofA and the greater Edmonton community. Sam has served in various leadership roles for AIESEC Edmonton, which nurtures global
Throughout my first year of law school, I noticed how different it was from my undergrad in the arts and realized that I would have benefited from earlier preparation in a few key areas. If you are interested in attending law school, you can prepare by working on certain skills in your undergrad. While some
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Meet aspiring young professionals. Get advice from those who has been in your shoe and propel your own endeavours forward!Jessie Wang
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