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Jason Martin, Esquire from The Martin Law Firm, explains how law school provides lawyers with the right tools to effectively practice.
Corey Musselman works in IT and offers advice for tackling tech problems by addressing business needs first.
Dr. Taliba Foster explains how her education helped her forge a career in helping children.
“The most valuable educational decision I made was to obtain a Ph.D.,” says Dr. Victoria Rich of the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.
One teacher in Philly offers tips for keeping lesson plans fresh and new waves of students engaged.
One local manager explains how narrowing his educational focus allowed him to carve out a career specialty.
On expert believes that pursuing education beyond an undergraduate degree can offer the ability to zone in on a speciality within a chosen field.
Penn State alum Cali Estes coaches those with addictions through to reach recovery using the education she learned in school.
Basil Beck, a criminal law attorney in the Philadelphia area, says being comfortable dealing with criminals is critical to a having a successful career in criminal justice.
Philadelphia has many great health care organizations so there is a lot of opportunity for career growth as well as professional development.
Teaching takes a special breed of person, one who is patient and selfless. Tim Lightman, head of school at The Shipley School in Bryn Mawr, believes in nurturing the varied relationships that encompass the school community.
There are many continuing education courses you can take to advance in the health care industry. Regina Gentlesk Green, Vice President of Nursing at Bancroft, shares her educational journey and what it takes to advance in the industry.
Business Manager Finds Communication Courses Attributed To Success As A Regional Sales Leader In Philadelphia
Shawn McKinstrie serves as Eliassen Group’s regional vice president of Technology Staffing & Agile and finds that the communication skills he learned at college play an important role in his position.
Continuing education in all of its forms is important to teachers. If we expect students to be willing to learn from us, we have to present ourselves as learners as well.
It is critical to have or be working toward an undergraduate degree for any career in law enforcement and public safety in general.