Hannah Holley


About Hannah Holley

Hannah earned a BS in Psychology from the College of Charleston, and an MA in applied behavior analysis from Ball State University. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and worked as a therapist for children with special needs for more than five years, but now spends most of her time keeping up with her own toddler. In between playing cars and picking up after her tiny human tornado, she loves to try new recipes, take photographs, and re-watch episodes of "Parks and Recreation" for the 10th time. Hannah lives in Charleston, SC.


The Most Useful Apps for Students
TierneyMJ / Shutterstock.com With phones and tablets a part of our everyday lives, there’s an app for nearly everything. Although you probably have apps for social media, games, and your favorite stores, you may not have considered downloading any apps to help you out while you’re in college. From school-sponsored […]

The Most Useful Apps for Students





Eight Job Hunting Tips and Resources
Rawpixel.com / Shutterstock.com Job hunting isn’t particularly fun, especially if you’re trying to break into a new field or find your first “real” job after college or graduate school. The competition is stiff, the openings seem to be few and far between, and sometimes hiring managers won’t even give you […]

Eight Job Hunting Tips and Resources



Majors and Careers with Jobs in Any City
Forest Foxy / Shutterstock.com As a college student, you may not think about where you’ll live after graduation until your senior year when it’s time to move. Your choice of major, though, can actually impact your options down the line, so thinking about not only what career will make you […]

Majors and Careers with Jobs in Any City




Why (and How) to Start Networking in College
aelitta / Shutterstock.com College, with its wealth of people and information, is a great time to begin building a network of contacts. These contacts can help you later on when you need references for graduate school or a job, are looking for an internship in your field, are traveling to […]

Why (and How) to Start Networking in College