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January/February 2015 Magazine

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January/February Career College Central Features Include:

 

ON THE COVER

 

Future Look

By Jenni Valentino

CAREER COLLEGE CENTRAL: The Next Greatest Generation

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Career College Central Magazine Feature – Nov/Dec 2014:

Higher ed is not ready for the latest generation of military vets:

READ THE FULL ARTICLE IN THE DIGITAL EDITION OF CAREER COLLEGE CENTRAL MAGAZINE (Page 34)

 

CAREER COLLEGE CENTRAL: THE LOST STUDENTS

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Career College Central Magazine Feature – Nov/Dec 2014:

For those older students rethinking their direction, career colleges are often the only true hope for finding a new way of living…

READ THE FULL ARTICLE IN THE DIGITAL EDITION OF CAREER COLLEGE CENTRAL MAGAZINE

 

Flipping Classes

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Flipping Classes

Transforming the times when students are isolated from the instructor into times of breakthrough. 

By Don Arnoldy, Contributing Writer

Each day, in our classrooms, we bring groups of students together at the same time and in the same space to engage in an activity which is, for them, both individual and passive: listening to a …

The 7 Biggest Challenges of Adult Learners

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The 7 Biggest Challenges of Adult Learners

Our list of the fears, misnomers and realities of being an adult student. 

By Jenni Valentino, Contributing Writer 

 

The average American college student isn’t as fresh-faced as before. Due largely to lingering, recession-fueled job market competition, nontraditional students are going back to college in droves. 

Adults older than 25 who …

July/August 2014 Issue of Career College Central

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In the July/August 2014 issue of Career College Central:

Hey, Teach! By Don Arnoldy

Are businesses always an ideal "classroom" for students to gain real-world knowledge?

Don’t Dismiss For-Profit Colleges By Keith Zakarin

Naysayers don't trust the profit motive.

Doing the Job By Dr. Pietro (Pete) Savo

Is the Obama administration’s apprenticeship initiative for real or just a political move?

Free for All By Keith Zakarin