Socorro Mendoza, Nursing Program Coordinator for the Jewish Child & Family Services, is passionate about helping patients who have been in traumatic or chaotic situations.
Chris Poynton didn’t come to the immediate conclusion that he wanted to work in the technical world. He started off with an English and Creative Writing degree, and taught English in Vietnam.
Advertorials, sponsored content and brand content are becoming more popular in digital advertising, which is making content marketing a hot job. Find out why Andy Crestodina, the co-founder of Orbit Media Studios, thinks teachers make the best content marketers.
Chaitanya Bandi, an assistant professor at Northwestern University, explains how data scientists connect the dots between business management and internet technology.
Clinical Psychologist Steven Nakisher couldn’t figure out why his first practice didn’t work out. It wasn’t until he remembered all that he’d learned to get his psychology degree.
A north-suburban Chicago community college says it will start offering two free years of tuition to students who maintain certain qualifications.
Joe Bogdan — the owner and practicing lawyer of the law firm Silvershift, knows there are some missing business components for law school.
Naveed Usman, President and CEO of digital design agency Usman Group, is concerned about the ongoing trend of quick-coding schools versus quality learning in the internet technology field.
Chamille Weddington has found a way to connect her Columbia College students with the importance of leadership skills.
For weeks, Beth Purvis’ role in the administration had been somewhat of a mystery. Not until after several inquiries from The Associated Press did the Rauner administration disclose that Purvis — a key member of the governor’s transition team — is now earning $250,000 a year to advise him on education policy.
Commercials are becoming more diverse to represent a changing American demographic. Social media is utilized more often. Instructor Jaime Black shares tips on why marketing has evolved.
Justin Sinkovich can play several guitars, the keyboard and works on the engineering side of production. However, as a kid, he grew up always wanting to learn the business side of the music industry.
Dr. Vicki Keough, started off wanting to be a special education teacher, but after seeing the impact that nurses leave with patients, she chose to gain more experience.
Becoming bilingual and working in Mexico helped open Aurora Reinke’s mind to multicultural job opportunities, but it was a trip to Paris and London that initiated her interest in international careers.
When Jennifer Schaller made the jump from the vice president of Aon to finishing law school, she knew what she was doing.
Neuropsychological evaluations are like solving the pieces to a puzzle, Sayaka Machizawa’s background in sleuthing has lead her to interact as a consultant and a psychologist for airplane pilots.
While pursuing a career in politics, lawyer and CPA Linnae Bryant found out she enjoyed teaching at Chicago State University far more than she expected to.
The Census reports that in 2011 there were 3.5 million employed nurses in 2011, about 3.2 million of whom were female and 330,000 male..
Information Security Analysts, one of the top jobs for 2015, may not be required to have traditional education, however Maharshi Dave still believes that formal education matters for IT professionals to get ahead.
Dr. Kimberly Martin started out wanting to own her own business, but a mandatory course in psychology made her realize she had another calling.