May 06, 2015 by Steven Rothberg
Mark Shay is a business leader with a long history of success helping higher education institutions recruit and retain students.
In a career that has spanned three decades, Mark has served over 3,000 customers, ranging from individual program managers, to university presidents and foreign governments. He is known throughout the higher education industry as an innovator for developing products like GradSchools.com and StudyAbroad.com, creating international student recruiting solutions for agents and universities, and his consulting expertise in areas of sales and marketing. Continue Reading
March 27, 2015 by William Frierson
When trying to fund your education, scholarships are one of the best options to consider. Depending upon your situation you may be looking for ways to pay for classes, room and board, books and more. Scholarships can come in handy for all such expenses. Unfortunately as a graduate student the number of scholarships that are available is cut significantly in comparison to those that are available to undergraduate students. However, there are still some quality options worth looking into. Below are four scholarships that you could consider as a graduate student. Continue Reading
by William Frierson
Let’s be honest, college is expensive. Loans and scholarships enable more people to attend college than ever before, but the current economic climate is still an obstacle when it comes to covering the cost of college. With the U. S. economy in a state of recovery, credit is tightening and tuition costs are rising – leaving students to wonder how they can pay for college without going broke. Continue Reading
March 09, 2015 by Steven Rothberg
On December 8, 2014, human resource leaders from federal, state, and local government agencies came together at the offices of the U.S. General Services Administration for a day of intense learning about how your agency can more efficiently and effectively recruit recent college grads and students.
The College Recruiting Bootcamp event was organized by College Recruiter, the leading niche job board used by recent college graduates searching for entry-level jobs and students hunting for internships.
In this video, Colonel Adam Rocke, Director of the Soldier for Life Program for the U.S. Army, delivers his presentation on, “Soldier for Life: Connecting Employers to Veterans.” To download the PowerPoint for the presentation, click here.
March 06, 2015 by William Frierson
The USA is a country with a well-established education system that is proving its efficiency. Here are a few takeaways from the US system of education.
Affordability – access to education for everyone
The system of education in the United States of America is one which is considered a very successful and efficient one. Where there is always room for improvement and the USA’s education system has its faults, there are a lot of things that can be learnt from it. One of the most notable of the USA’s system of education is the access to education for all children. Education is free in the United States of America, as well as transportation to school. It is compulsory for all children to attend school. Since 1918, all states in the USA require children to complete elementary school. Continue Reading
February 26, 2015 by William Frierson
Looking into the future with a career in higher education is a way for you to give back to the world with a sense of satisfaction. Before you begin moving forward with a plan of action to seek a career in higher education it is essential to review a few tips prior to enrolling in the college or university of your choice. Continue Reading
January 27, 2015 by William Frierson
Going to graduate school to work on a master’s degree is an exciting way to expand career options for the future. The first challenge is to find the best master’s program for you. Here are a few considerations that may help.
It is usually a good idea to compare graduate programs to find the one that best suits your learning style. Some require a thesis or thesis essays to be written. Others include an internship or practicum. The courses required and delivery style will also be worth noting. Continue Reading
January 20, 2015 by William Frierson
Finding a good online college is not an easy task. There are many scam colleges available online that trap people in their scam programs. Their motive is just to earn money. They don’t provide any kind of education, but waste people’s time and money. This is why, it is suggested to you to choose a good accredited college while looking for an online education institution. If you have no idea how to find a good accredited online college, then this article will be of great help to you. Given below is a guide about how to select a good accredited online college. Continue Reading
December 05, 2014 by William Frierson
Not every high school student or young adult is set on acquiring a college diploma through the traditional four-year college experience, or right away. And with so many options to obtain and finish degrees at your disposal, you simply don’t have to. Whether it’s because you’re already working hard at your own start-up or you’ve just secured the internship of your dreams, you may find that an undergraduate or graduate degree is something you are only interested in pursuing on the side.
If you know a college degree is important, but you don’t want to take a break from the life you’re living to get it, here are five tips to finishing your college degree while you travel the world, intern for public radio, or slave away at your very own tech start-up. Continue Reading
November 07, 2014 by William Frierson
Many students and other people would love the chance to get a college education. After all, you will have a better chance of competing in today’s job market by having a little more knowledge under your belt. However, while there may be an emphasis on going to college, not everyone might feel that a higher education is within their reach. Finances may be the primary issue for most people but there are some other factors too. Continue Reading