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You’ve Finished Your Degree…Now What?

You spent four years slogging it out through exams and coursework. You managed to slip through hell week in fourth year completely unscathed, and now you finally have your hands on a college degree. The day has finally arrived, and you can’t believe it. You beat college…now...
Posted On 11 Jul 2017

The Perfect Medical Degree for Those Over 30

When it comes to going back to school, getting started is the hardest part.  After age 30, many women and men find it hard to make time for school.  But, not having a degree can really hurt your earning potential.  A college degree can not only improve your income but your...
Posted On 07 Jun 2017

3 Mistakes People Make When Going Back to College

There is a mantra for young people that they have to go to college, need to go to college, must get a degree to compete in the marketplace. This has resulted in many young people going to school to earn degrees that have little value in the marketplace, and it has led many...
Posted On 05 Jun 2017

Late Blooms: Perfect Degrees to go for Later in Life

You might want to go back to school after a long time away, and fortunately, you wouldn’t be alone. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 2.3 million (out of the 21 million in post-secondary programs) students are at least 40 years old. If you’re...
Posted On 29 May 2017

A Degree in Debt: Top Tips for College Graduates With Big Bills

Many young Americans born in the 80s and 90s have had difficulty entering the workforce around the last recession, one of the biggest reasons being that they’re often straddled with debt. Student loans are a massive burden, as are credit cards and other types of loan, exacerbated...
Posted On 16 May 2017

Build a Lucrative Career through a Mass Communication Degree Course

If you are planning to become a public relationship manager or a media journalist, acquiring a degree in Mass Communication will help you immensely. Mass Communication bachelor degree courses expose candidates to various forms of communications and communicative etiquette. Such...
Posted On 08 Dec 2016

International Education: 4 Tips Before Embarking On A Study Abroad

Studying abroad can be one of the most enlightening and fun things you do as a student. There are many reasons one might choose to study abroad. From being a foreign language major and wanting to travel to the native country, to pursuing an international studies degree, to having...
Posted On 24 Oct 2016

Why Taking an MBA Will Improve Your Career

Is your morning alarm always followed by a groan of despair as you remember it is a weekday and you have to go to work?   Do you feel that work days have turned into the worst form of Groundhog Day imaginable?  Or maybe you like your job but you feel that you would enjoy it even...
Posted On 21 Oct 2016

3 Ways to Study for Your Masters in Social Work While Looking After a Young Child

There are lots of nice things about being a stay at home mom. You get to spend lots of time bonding with your child, you don’t have to worry about them while a child minder is taking care of them, and of course, you save money. It is also nice to be able to focus on...
Posted On 21 Sep 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

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
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