Personal Branding, the Old-Fashioned Way

Depending on the field, there are specific requirements that need to be included when applying for a job. During my search for a public relations, marketing, social media or other service […]

7 Things to Know About the Nontraditional Student Application

Applying to college is not a one-size-fits-all-experience… and when you don’t fit the mold of the traditional 18-year-old college student, that’s a good thing. Whether you’re in your 20s or you’re approaching […]

The Never-Ending Nursing Education Debate

Here’s the funny thing about the nursing profession: with three very different education paths to take, you’ll end up with the same job no matter which one you choose. Whether you earn a […]

Social Media in the M.B.A. Classroom

It’s important for today’s business students to be schooled in Internet marketing and social media strategy. With 175 million registered users on the micro-blogging site Twitter, and Facebook reporting 500 […]

Personal Branding, the Old-Fashioned Way

Depending on the field, there are specific requirements that need to be included when applying for a job. During my search for a public relations, marketing, social media or other service […]

Student-Aid Experts Suggest Trims for Pell Grant Program

Financial-aid experts typically advocate putting more money into the federal Pell Grant program. But now, with cuts very much on the table—the U.S. House of Representatives passed a budget resolution for the […]

Use 6 Tips to Get Off College Wait Lists

The word on the street is that college wait lists are huge this year. But what does that mean? Are colleges rejecting more students, albeit more gently, by way of the […]

Unpaid Interns: Rewarded or Exploited?

Ross Perlin unfairly views colleges as complicit in labor law abuses (“Unpaid Interns, Complicit Colleges,” Op-Ed, April 3). Most interns do benefit — not monetarily, but by gaining experience. This bridges education and […]