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Pima Medical Institute, The San Marcos Promise and California Coast Credit Union team up to teach students about financial literacy – adding a “bite of reality” to prepare them for the real world.
The Future You Initiative aims to provide students with a no-cost opportunity to learn valuable financial literacy lessons to strengthen their knowledge of personal finance. More than 50 students attended the workshop, which was voluntary.
Full Sail University Announces 148 Graduates Credited on 24 Oscar®-Nominated Projects at the 92nd Annual Academy Awards
Full Sail University is proud to announce that 148 graduates are credited on 24 Oscar®-nominated projects at the 92nd annual Academy Awards.
2U’s CEO on congressional OPM inquiry: ‘We really like what we have to say’ – Education Dive
2U CEO Chip Paucek told analysts during a conference call Thursday that the online program management (OPM) company is in the process of responding to a letter from two Democratic senators who question whether revenue-share models are legal.
Measure Amending Private College Disclosures Clears House – Daily Post
he House of Representatives passed House Bill 17 Thursday to require private post-secondary institutions in New Mexico and online to disclose to every prospective student the total estimated cost of attendance for the prospective student’s program, as well as data about average future earnings for the student.
Microsoft, Twitter and Walmart want to help you get a job in tech — without racking up student loans – CNBC
Firms like Ford, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Sony Electronics, Sprint, Toyota, Twitter, Visa and Walmart are exploring, and in some cases implementing, apprenticeship programs for careers in technology.
‘Employer U’ Is Here, And It’s Here To Stay – Forbes
Announcements of an innovative new partnership between ASU and State Farm, United Airlines acquiring a flight training school, and University of North Texas launching a new MBA program with the Dallas Cowboys give us a clear glimpse into the future of work and education.
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