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Veteran-friendly college focuses on international careers

The options available for veterans returning to college are numerous. According to the Veterans Administration, 20,505 schools are approved to accept the GI Bill,...

Is college worth the cost? A first look at ROI

Post-high school education can be a very expensive financial investment that doesn't come with a guarantee that you are going to get a career...

Service year that comes with rewards

Last month, more than 3,000 young adults across the country made a year-long commitment to help K-12 students living in areas of concentrated poverty...

The future of education

The continuing changes in technology and its impact on the way we do our jobs are challenging higher education, and education in general, to...

Preparing for a new reality in manufacturing

VR, AR, and MR. If you think these “Rs” are only for gaming and recreation, then consider this: virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed...

Cybersecurity is everyone’s problem, and a huge job opportunity

Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT. That’s the joint message from the federal government and the cybersecurity industry this October, National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The...

Manufacturers turn to local partnerships to upskill workers

Manufacturing job growth is slowing. After adding 22,000 jobs a month in 2018, the industry has seen that number drop to 6,000 a month...

Heather Hiles discusses training and education for adult learners

Heather Hiles speaks with us on investing in free or nominal education and training for adult learners. Heather Hiles is CEO and President of the...

Peter Smith discusses access to higher education

Peter Smith, on what society misses by not giving people access to higher education. Peter is the author of "Free Range Learning in the Digital Age"...

Andrew Scott talks about the 55+ worker

Andrew Scottdiscusses the challenges facing the 55+ worker. Andrew, author of "The 100-Year Life", is Professor of Economics at London Business School and a Fellow...