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Want to Travel and Study at the Same Time? You Can!

There is no better time to travel than when you’re in your 20s. You have all the energy you need to enjoy different parts of the world. Unfortunately, school and other responsibilities often stop you from becoming a full-time traveler. School in particular should no longer be a...
Posted On 16 Sep 2016

5 Considerations to Make as You Implement Salesforce Knowledge

Salesforce Knowledge allows organizations to build their own internal knowledge repository for use by employees and partners for various organizational tasks. Using Salesforce Knowledge (SK), users can create and store their articles easily and retrieve them as and when needed....
Posted On 30 Aug 2016

Specialize in your Field of Expertise with a Music Degree Program

These days being a good musician can only get you so far. You only have to look online to see thousands of recordings on YouTube of absolutely wonderful musicians who just have not made it. It’s an absolute crying shame that not more of the great musicians out there can go on to...
Posted On 26 Aug 2016

How Chevrolet and the NNPA Are Changing Lives Through The Discover the Unexpected Journalism Fellowship!

A couple of weeks ago we introduced you to “Discover The Unexpected With NNPA and Chevrolet’s Journalism Fellowship at Howard University!“. We discussed how the program by NNPA and all-new 2016 Chevrolet Malibu is helping to launch the next generation of writers...
Posted On 15 Aug 2016

Discover The Unexpected With NNPA and Chevrolet’s Journalism Fellowship at Howard University!

With everything going on in the world in around us, it’s great to hear about positive changes happening. Our media and news are sources of great power and often change the conversations that can be had about current events. I remember watching a video clip recently about...
Posted On 04 Aug 2016

4 Ways Your Education Level Can Limit Your Professional Success

Unfortunately, in today’s society, you may need more than simple hard work to advance in your career. While there are a few stories of millionaires who never went to college, the reality is that most regular people without college degrees are more limited in their career options....
Posted On 01 Aug 2016

Just Graduated? 5 Ways to Get Your Name (And Resume) Out There Fast

Graduating with a shiny, new degree is one of the most satisfying feelings. It represents your academic achievements in a physical way. The problem is that graduating isn’t enough to land you a comfortable job. Statistics show that recent graduates of college have a 7.2...
Posted On 22 Jul 2016

VICE on HBO: Student Debt- The High Cost Of Wanting A College Education

As many of you know, I didn’t go to college but it wasn’t something that I didn’t once consider.  My parents are very big on education, being the only one of my siblings that didn’t go to college was tough.  But I had to do what was right for for me. This...
Posted On 24 Jun 2016

How Student Loans affect Your Credit Score

You can never be sure about how much you’re buried under your student loan if it’s under $100,000 or $200,000. While struggling with your studies and stretching off to pay your debt, you are likely to stress out while thinking about your future and may have to compromise on your...
Posted On 26 May 2016

5 Advantages to Earning Your Degree Online

Earning a college degree is often the first step towards landing the career of your dreams. However, keeping up with necessary coursework and regularly attending classes can be challenging for many students, especially those who work full-time while attempting to advance their...
Posted On 18 May 2016

Make the Right First Impression When You Apply for Your MBA

A high GPA and a good GMAT score are always going to get your application to an MBA program noticed, but it’s important to realize that your quantitative success is only the beginning. During the application process for a Masters of Business Administration, entrance...
Posted On 04 Apr 2016

Paying For College In Your Twenties

Paying for college is probably one of the biggest financial burdens you will ever face, short of paying for a house. Around seventy percent of students in the US will eventually have to deal with student loan debt – a huge amount by any standards. The average amount of debt...
Posted On 26 Oct 2015