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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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Business and Arts Careers: What does the job market look like?

Throughout 2016, Career College Central is focusing on a specific career area in each edition, emphasizing Business and Arts in September/October. In this series of Focus On: Careers articles, we…

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Part V: The Millennial Transfer Student

More than one-third of college students don’t finish school where they started In generations past, high school graduates often applied to a dream school and a few safety schools, waited…

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Setting a Standard for Career Education: Part Three

Founded on principle and strong ethical standards, career colleges in America began to form a strong representative organization in 1912 with the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools (NAACS). Twenty-three…

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Accrediting Agency Spotlight: A Reliable Authority

For more than 50 years, the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) has helped establish and advance quality education at postsecondary career schools and colleges throughout America. Now,…

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Focus On: Information Technology Careers What does the job market look like?

Not so long ago, computers were the machines of NASA, robots were an idea of the future, mobile communication was only for the very wealthy, and a career in technology…

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Part IV: Classroom Instruction and the Millennial Student

A while back, a rash of articles circled the internet about college and university professors afraid to teach millennials. Citing the students’ overly offended and ever-entitled sensitivities, litigious helicopter parents,…

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