Whether you’re an active-duty member of the military or have already been discharged or retired, you’ll need a plan for your transition back to civilian life and your future in the civilian workforce. While this might seem like a daunting prospect, especially if you went straight into the military from high school, you’re actually in . . .
When you're coming out of a long service in the military, it can be fairly daunting to think about entering the civilian workforce. The truth is, as a military veteran, you've got some unparalleled discipline, integrity, and work ethic that is difficult to come by. And direct employment isn't the only option available to you; . . .
School isn’t a breeze for everyone. If you are someone living with ADHD, you probably know that first hand. But an ADHD diagnosis is not the end of the story - far from it, in fact! You deserve to be celebrated for your educational successes! Below you will find 20 of the best academic scholarships . . .
Every year in August and September, thousands of students across the country get ready to start a new exciting chapter in their lives. Going to college is a big step for everybody and comes with a lot of mixed emotions; excitement, apprehension, anxiety, and eagerness are just some of the feelings that accompany the first . . .
Living with visual impairment can make certain things in life more challenging. But don’t let paying for college be one of those things! There are tons of amazing scholarships for visually impaired students out there - we’ve included a guide to 30 of the best scholarships below. Paying for college is a daunting task. According to . . .
Choosing the right college is one of the biggest decisions in a person’s life, and it is certainly not an easy one. For blind and visually impaired students, choosing the right college presents a series of unique challenges and obstacles, and going on to obtain a college degree can seem daunting. But it is far . . .
The United States' education landscape is exploding with traditional and distance options to reach your post-high school goals. According to the NCES College Navigator, there are 7,151 Title IV institutions that enroll 21 million students, nearly 6 percent of the entire population. With so many schools available, picking just one to spend 2-4 years at . . .
Online associate degrees are two-year, lower-division undergrad programs that use internet classrooms to prepare for the workforce or launch bachelor's transfers. Earning an associate online is an attractive option for high school grads or GED recipients. First, Rasmussen University found an associate degree makes you eligible for 134 percent more postings or over 6.3 million . . .