Many who dream of green careers want to deal directly with shaping and preserving the environment. The School of Environmental Design at Temple University Ambler provides training to do just that.
Landscape architecture isn’t just for design
The U.S. Senate, which undertook an investigation of for-profit schools (a.k.a. proprietary schools, a.k.a. career colleges) last fall, is looking at the way the schools have targeted veterans who receive GI bill money.
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If you’re thinking of going back to school to train for a new career, start by researching some of the different fields you’re considering. You’ll want to know two things: what typical salaries are, and what the prospects are for job
Kevin Quinn, Vice President, Prism Education Group
Don’t tell Cheryl Tao the proposed U.S. Department of Education Gainful Employment rule will be good for veterans. Especially for veterans’ families, lik
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Today, the Obama administration released the final version of the “gainful employment” rules regulating career-training institutions.
Dr. Stephen D. Immerman, president of Montserrat College of Art, previously spent 30 years at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has learned that, similar to an engineering education, training in the arts prepares students fo
It’s an unfortunate fact that many people will have a disastrous job interview at some point during their careers. A foot-in-the-mouth comment, a wardrobe malfunction or an untimely bodily function… it happens.
“I had a job intervie
If you graduate from law school but struggle to get a job, whose fault is it? According to a NYC law firm, it could be your school’s fault. Kurzon Strauss LLP has filed class action lawsuits against New York Law School and Thomas M. Cooley Law Sc
The world is your oyster. However, you'll really want to find the best bite of that oyster right after graduating from college. Apartments.com and CareerRookie.com have teamed up to provide a list of the country's 10 best cities for recent college gradu
While young Americans under the age of 30 are the hardest hit by unemployment, there is a glimmer of hope for one particular group of them: MBA graduates. Recent research shows that the class of 2011 has much better employment prospects than the last tw
While the job outlook for recent grads has slightly improved in the last year, it's still tough out there. Art and design students often have it even rougher as jobs in those fields are few and far between and often competitive. Sometimes, though, all i