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Book details
  • SubGenre:Counseling / Academic Development
  • Language:English
  • Pages:116
  • eBook ISBN:9781667899428
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667899411

How To Succeed In College and Beyond

A Truly Practical Guide

by Jennifer Barbour Butler Esq.

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Discover the secrets to thriving in college and more with "How To Succeed In College and Beyond"

Discover the Secrets to Thriving in College and Beyond with "How To Succeed In College and Beyond" Embark on your college journey with confidence and purpose! "How To Succeed In College and Beyond" is your essential guide to making the most of your college years, both academically and personally. Learn from the author's firsthand experiences and tried-and-tested strategies to excel in every aspect of college life. This insightful book offers more than just tips for academic success; it also delves into the enriching experiences and personal growth opportunities that college provides. From embracing diversity and wisdom to fostering courage and convictions, this guide will help you navigate college with a clean conscience and a strong sense of self. Uncover the power of helping others, both openly and anonymously, as you plant seeds of goodness that will reward you with blessings and a fulfilling college experience. Get ready to transform your college years into the best time of your life with "How To Succeed In College and Beyond" – your ultimate roadmap to success, growth, and lasting happiness.
About the author
Jennifer Barbour Butler, Esq., is an accomplished attorney and educator with a distinguished career spanning various sectors. She holds a Juris Doctor from George Washington University Law School, where she served as president of the Black Law Students Association. She also graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the same university and earned two Harvard University examination-based Verified certificates in Justice and in Public Policy. Appointed by President Bill Clinton, Jennifer served in the White House Counsel's Office. Her legal career includes defending the utility and cell phone industries in a boutique law firm, working as an assistant general counsel for local government, and serving under contract for private law firms and in various federal service roles, including two divisions at The Library of Congress and a stint in The Department of Justice. Jennifer founded a non-profit organization in 2014 to inform students like herself, in honor of her parents. A sought-after lecturer, she has delivered talks on succeeding in college to hundreds of high school students in multiple states, earning widespread acclaim. Jennifer is an avid sports enthusiast, enjoying foil fencing, tennis, and bicycling and walking, as well as organic gardening, documentaries, bird watching/feeding, and yard beautification. Residing in the D.C. metropolitan area with her family, Jennifer is married to a U.S. military war veteran, and together they share their home and love with their cherished miniature poodle.