Can You Spot An Abuser?

Every NINE seconds a woman in America is assaulted or beaten.

It could be your friend, your sister, your mother, your co-worker, or you. Domestic violence crosses all classes, races and ages. During October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month shines the light on this dark secret that more than 30% of women hold.

10 Tips To Build Brand YOU

We all know iconic brands like Coca-Cola, BMW and Apple, but we often don’t think that we, as individuals, are brands. In a competitive business world, the personal brand you present is imperative. Today’s world is fast-paced, with information bombarding us from everywhere. People tend to make snap judgements based on the image you present in person, on email or social media.

Think of your brand as the story of you. You get to decide on the message and craft the book. Here are 10 tips to Develop a Winning Personal Brand:

Marketing to Foreign Consumers in South Korea

Thanks to technology, the world really is our oyster. We can work from anywhere, and our customer can be anywhere.

Top 10 Actions to Stop Bullying

Nearly 25% of kids get bullied at school. As a parent, it not only breaks your heart, but rises your ire. To highlight National Bullying Prevention Month, we’re sharing with parents the Top 10 things they can do to prevent their child from becoming a victim.

Top Five Internet Scams & Safety Tips

As we live more and more of our lives in a virtual online, the risk to our personal security and identity is only getting worse. During National Cyber Security Awareness Month, Fraud. Org is shining the light on the Top Five Internet Scams to watch out for.

Fake Check Scams

10 Ways to Train Your Brain

In recent years, scientists have realized that the brain isn’t set and fixed, but instead fluid and changing throughout life. This means that you can teach an old dog new tricks, and today, National Train Your Brain Day, is the perfect time to start!

5 Negotiating Tips for Women to Move Ahead

For fear of being labeled difficult, statistics show that women do not stand up for themselves and rarely negotiate for what they want in the workplace. In fact, men negotiate 57 percent of the time for matters such as higher pay, while women only do so 7 percent of the time, according to Linda Babcock, Professor of Economics at the H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management of Carnegie Mellon University.

NCU Celebrates Customer Service Week

In recognition of Customer Service Week, Northcentral University would like to introduce the individuals on our team who expertly serve our students.

Celebrating World Teachers’ Day on October 5

In many countries, Teachers' Day is a special day for the appreciation of teachers, and often includes celebrations to honor them for their special contributions.

Rebecca Wardlow, EdD and the Dean of Education at NCU said, “Teachers are the most influential factor on young students’ lives. Teachers are significant adults with whom students spend more time with during the year than any other adult.”

Confessions of a Coffee Addict

Today, September 29, is National Coffee Day.  

“You may be an NCU student coffee addict if....