Northcentral University is pleased to announce the recipients of an NCU Leading in Your Field Scholarship. Our six recipients were selected on the strength of their written essay on the topic: “Describe how you have been a leader in your field, and how furthering your education at NCU will help you build upon your past accomplishment(s).” For each course in their program taken and paid for by the scholarship recipient, NCU will provide the next course in their program at no tuition
In an ever-changing environment, education, like all professions, must adapt to maintain its relevancy and accessibility. Advances in technology, along with a new political administration, can have impacts on higher education as well as K-12 schools.
Claira Hart is our second NCU Marriage and Family Sciences Community Hope Scholarship recipient. She is a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) in Las Cruces, New Mexico, who works with children who have been diagnosed with autism. She implements applied behavior analysis techniques to help them reach age-appropriate milestones.
Lauren Shields is one of our two NCU Marriage and Family Sciences Community Hope scholarship recipients, and will soon begin her studies to complete her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy at Northcentral University. We caught up with Shields to talk about her career goals, and what the scholarship means for her future.
At NCU, we pride ourselves on teaching cutting-edge business ideas, theories and strategies in the classroom. However, innovative ideas and concepts are not limited to scholarly mediums. Best-selling books, readily available to anyone, are full of creative, innovative, and effective practices and methods. With hundreds of thousands of business books available on Amazon alone, how do you separate the wheat from the chaff?