Articles and Advice

HVAC technician programs offer unique opportunities

HVAC technicians install, maintain, and repair heating, cooling, and refrigeration systems that control the temperature and air quality in buildings. Employment for HVAC technicians is growing, especially in California. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says this profession is hiring, and expected to continue hiring, at a rate "much faster than average" between now and 2024.

CONTINUE READING

Should I get a certificate instead of a college degree?

Certificate programs are college training programs that focus on teaching job skills, with an emphasis on those skills that make a student most employable after graduation. College degree programs sometimes include those skills, but also include education in other "general education" areas, such as math and language. If you are changing careers, deciding between a college degree and a college certificate can be confusing.

CONTINUE READING

5 reasons to get your degree online

About 25% of American college students take classes online, and about half of those take classes exclusively online. There are a number of very good reasons to get your college degree online. Here are the top 5.

CONTINUE READING

What exactly is a Business Administration degree?

A great way to get started in the business world is with a Business Administration college degree. This degree prepares you for a career in business management. An associate's degree in Business Administration is also a great first step towards a bachelor's degree, or an MBA. Some schools offer programs that specialize in Business Administration for health care, human resources, or information technology.

CONTINUE READING

Train for a career as a Medical Assistant

If you're considering a career change, you might want to consider becoming a Medical Assistant. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook for Medical Assistants is much greater than average. There are expected to be almost 140,000 new Medical Assistant jobs between now and 2024. This is a hiring growth of 23%, which is much higher than the average for all jobs.

CONTINUE READING

FIND COLLEGES NOW

Search for colleges, and train for a new career.

Use this secure form to get started.