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Making a case for tuition reimbursement

 
By: Christia Gibbons

Perri needed help financing her senior year in college. Abbie and Mike dreamed of getting master’s degrees. Savannah wanted to be able to complete her education – all four were working full-time.

 

And, all four had employers with open ears and wallets.

NCU Alumnus Dr. Michael Salvatore Making Headlines

Long Branch School District Superintendent and NCU Alumnus, Dr. Michael Salvatore, Recognized for Contributions to the Education Community by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

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Is Tuition Reimbursement A Benefit All Companies Should Consider?

By Christia Gibbons

10 Ways Technology is Impacting Learning in Higher Education

By: Eugene Fields
Higher education in the United States dates back almost 400 years to Harvard University, the well-known model of the traditional brick-and-mortar institutions. In the four centuries since, technological advances have changed the way education is delivered and received.

Alex Solis, an English instructor at East Los Angeles, has been teaching at the community college level for the past seven years. She shared the level of changes in teaching strategies she has experienced due to technology have been “massive.”

How Therapists Use Social Media

By: Sara Hess
Social media has become an outlet for people to post, like, share, and comment about anything from what they had for breakfast to the most revealing personal and intimate parts of their lives. Every second, individuals express their sentiments and viewpoints on political, cultural, socioeconomic and other topics across social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Reddit, Yelp and more.

Transitioning from Military to Civilian Life

By: Vera Springett

Commander Valerie Morrison completed her D.B.A. in 2013

Servicemembers hear it all the time: prepare, prepare, prepare. For most though, planning their transition from military to civilian life, is easier said than done.

What Teachers Really Want to Tell Parents

parent teacher successTeachers see students on a regular basis for an entire school year, a 20-week semester or parts of four school quarters. In addition to being an instructor, teachers often play the role of life coach, guidance counselor and/or parental figure.

Why Healthcare Administration Degrees Are in High Pursuit

According to Nicole Williams and Marie Zimenoff, who wrote “Hot Degrees to Pursue in 2014 and Beyond,” a degree in healthcare administration is on the short list of the hottest degrees to earn for some of the fastest-growing careers, which include finance, computer science, marketing, and accounting.

Healthcare administration a growing career

 

Why the first day of school is critical to the rest of the year

First Day of School

Whether kindergarten, high school, college or graduate school, feelings of angst always arise when it comes to the topic of the first day of school. There are many questions that arise in the minds of student and instructors alike: What will my teachers/students be like? Will I learn? Will I be able to teach this new group of students? Do I belong here?

How Does Self-Image Impact Employee Performance?

For many professionals, achievement in the workplace serves as the ultimate self-esteem booster. Called out for a job well-done by your leader? Big boost. Got a promotion? Even bigger boost. And with each small accomplishment comes a small amount of satisfaction in knowing that we're making progress toward the pinnacle of our professional lives. After all, history tells us – our positive, healthy self-image coupled with a hard work ethic can lead to more job satisfaction, which in turn leads to success both inside and outside of the office.

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