Category: Majors/Programs

Career Opportunities, Graduate Programs, Majors/Programs, Psychology & Counseling

How Community Mental Health Benefits Our Community

Community mental health centers are an essential part of the overall mental health support available to the public. Sadly, they are often overlooked or given a negative perception based on their work alongside clients serving probation or their relationship with the Department of Child Services. Community health centers work hard to serve these populations well, but these organizations offer many other community benefits:
Career Opportunities, Graduate Programs, Majors/Programs, Online Programs

6 Reasons to Pursue Your MBA

Many people put off earning a graduate business degree because they are unsure of the tangible benefits it will have for their career. There are many great certifications and non-academic resources in the market today. However, an old-fashioned Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree still meets a critical need in your career development. Here are just a few ways earning an MBA can advance your career.
Campus Visit, Health & Medical Sciences , Majors/Programs, Occupational Therapy

Questions to Ask Your Potential OTA Program

As you narrow down your list of potential occupational therapy assistant (OTA) programs, be sure to take advantage of opportunities to talk to program faculty, students, and alumni. While a webpage or brochure can give you lots of great program details, there’s nothing quite like getting the an inside perspective directly from the source.
Business, Career Opportunities, Graduate Programs, Majors/Programs, Online Programs

4 Benefits of an International Coaching Federation Credential

Consulting services are a major industry in the United States and around the world. According to the Statista Research Department, the global consulting industry was worth approximately 132 billion dollars in 2020. If those seeking consulting services are willing to invest that much in hiring consultants, they want (and need) to know they are hiring a consultant or consulting firm that is worthwhile. Similarly, in the competitive consulting services market, it is critical that consultants define and verify set standards that will guide their work.
Admissions Process, Graduate Programs, Health & Medical Sciences , Majors/Programs, Occupational Therapy

Tips for Your Occupational Therapy Application Journey

Beginning the application process can be daunting. The best overall strategy is to navigate the process one step at a time.
Career Opportunities, Health & Medical Sciences , Majors/Programs

So You Want to Have a Career Helping People Get or Stay Healthy

Today, landing a job in the healthcare industry might be easier than ever. Jobs for occupational therapy assistants, for example, are expected to increase by 34% from 2020-2030, a rate that is much faster than average.
Majors/Programs, Psychology & Counseling, Social Sciences

Unlocking Your Friends & Family

Applying psychological insights to these questions can help students seeking a Christian psychology degree, or even those who take psych classes because they are interested in the subject matter, in their relationships with family and friends — and help them understand themselves better.
Health & Medical Sciences , Majors/Programs

The Graveyard Shift

The overnight shift is almost its own pillar in the world of nursing, beloved by some and loathed by others. Here are four tips on surviving (and thriving) when it’s your turn to work the graveyard shift.
Career Opportunities, Majors/Programs, Performing & Digital Arts

Graphic Design 101

Graphic designers design art by hand or via computer software. They may provide layout for advertisements, brochures, magazines, and more. In addition, a graphic designer may be asked to design for the web, so having some experience in web design is advantageous for a graphic artist.
Career Opportunities, Majors/Programs, Performing & Digital Arts

The Art of Visual Arts Education

Art teachers are a great source of inspiration and encouragement. Most children don’t get the opportunity to work with mediums like clay, pastels, and watercolor until they encounter them in school, so art teachers are in a unique position to introduce their students to new ways of expressing themselves creatively.