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Mechanical Sciences Careers: Helping Students Succeed

Throughout 2017, Career College Central will focus on a specific career area in each edition, delving into mechanical sciences in the second quarter. In the Careers: Helping Students Succeed series,…

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Social Media for Schools and Students: Facebook

You know the story. It was 2004 when Mark Zuckerberg et al. founded The Facebook, a new social network exclusively for Harvard University students to congregate and connect online. The…

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Social Media for Schools and Students: Twitter

Twitter is an important tool for interacting with your students—learn how to use it to build your brand One hundred and forty characters or fewer. Hashtags. DMs. Follows. Retweets. Sound…

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History on Repeat

A Link Between Typewriters and the World Wide Web Technology innovations drive career school innovation for more than a century By Kevin Kuzma, Contributing Writer “Those who don’t know history…

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Health Sciences Careers: Helping Students Succeed

Throughout 2017, Career College Central will focus on a specific career area in each edition, beginning with health sciences in the first quarter. In the Careers: Helping Students Succeed series,…

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Who Is Betsy DeVos?

What you need to know about the new secretary of education By Kevin Kuzma, Contributing Writer Despite facing vigorous opposition and a lengthy confirmation process, Elisabeth “Betsy” DeVos was officially…

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A New Beginning

Donald Trump’s election night surprise, along with the Republican takeover of government, has given career colleges hope for the first time in eight years.   After two terms of harsh…

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The Imagine America Foundation 2016 FactBook

Rarely are career colleges acknowledged for the tremendous impact they have on the American workforce and on countless individual lives. When the sector isn’t being entirely overlooked, it seems, it’s…

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Understanding the Millennial Student Part VI: Career Services and the Millennial Student

Millennials in the workforce have gotten a bad reputation. The media portrays them as entitled, lazy children, unwilling to conform to traditional professional norms and satisfied with nothing less than…

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Heritage Series Part IV: One Last Look Back

For close to a year now, we’ve been looking back at the history of career college education. From 1709 and a loose beginning with Benjamin Franklin to the World Wars…

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