Maryellen Wessendorf is a school nurse in Elgin School District U-46 and shares her experiences working with approximately 2,500 students in a middle school and elementary schools.
A motorcycle trip around Chicagoland is a great way to explore the “Land of Lincoln” and enjoy all that Illinois has to offer.
John Heiderscheidt is the director of sSafety and Culture at Elgin School District U-46 and works with school personnel in regards to student situations, training and prevention.
Michelle Lose discovered her passion for art after teaching in a regular education classroom for numerous years.
The nursing field is in high demand in Chicago, the job outlook for nurses is expected to continue to increase through the years and opportunities are great in this growing field in health care.
Todd Steele is the president and CEO of Tribeca Flashpoint College in Chicago. He shares insightful information on the college and what it takes to be successful.
A nurse serves an important role to address the physical, mental, emotional, and social health needs in the community.
Alison Karl has a full day as a school social worker in Elgin School District U-46, but has enjoyed seeing her student’s change and grow throughout the years.
Robert Suastegui is an executive business development consultant who shares his knowledge in business and management for successful business growth.
Skills for time and case management, marketing, and communication with clients and other professionals are something usually learned only by working in a law office.
“My only advice is to always stay current in this technology; as it changes everyday, we learn something new every day. The computer era will stay with us forever.”
Jennifer Tallitsch is an elementary principal in Elgin School District U-46 and she discusses the positives and challenges of the position.
Brian Lawrence is a Detective in the Juvenile Investigations Division of the Elgin, IL police department and has been in public service since 1990.
Ahna Holzinger specializes in counseling for couples and works with adolescents and individuals struggling with varying issues.
One minute, I can be working with a sixth grade student who has made huge improvements behaviorally and is opening up about his life, then ten minutes later a third grade boy in one of my groups announces that he is going to name his dog ‘Ms. Smiley.’
There is a high demand in Chicago for bilingual teachers with special education certification, those teachers who hold the certifications will likely find a position quickly.
There are many activities and celebrations happening in Chicago on May 5, 2015. Here you will find some of the best ways to celebrate National Teacher Day in Chicago.
Looking for a business trip, weekend getaway, family vacation or wedding venue? The best hotels with a view near Chicago are the perfect place to stay; not only are the accommodations excellent, but the views are incredible as well.
Taking a sketching class is an excellent way to learn new drawing skills or enhance current artistic skills. Here you will find the best sketching classes in Chicago.
College students do not need to travel far nor incur great expenses to enjoy their spring break 2015. Here you will find the best spring break destinations near Chicago.