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California: Earn Your Paralegal Degree From Home

One of the best careers going today is becoming a paralegal. All good and successful attorneys have a very competent paralegal behind them. In this day and age lawsuits are through the roof so corporate firms and law firms are

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The Future of the California Healthcare Field

If you have been considering making a change in your career path, you have probably considered pursuing a career in the medical field. After all, it is no secret that the healthcare industry has fared better than most throughout the

Posted in CSU Nursing Program, Programs

California School Nurse: The Pros and Cons of Becoming a School Nurse

Do you have an interest in medicine, but you would also like to work within a school setting? If you don’t want to be a teacher, but you still want to find a way to touch the lives of our future

Posted in CSU Nursing Program

Take Action: Top 5 Tips on How to Advance a Green Career

Today’s world of endless choices in the workplace can be overwhelming. Sometimes, it can be difficult to decide the best course of action you should take to advance your green career. With these five simple tips, however, you will be

Posted in Green Careers

America’s Greenest Campus

“America’s Greenest Campus” campaign was brought to many colleges and universities in April 2009 in which they competed against each other to reduce their carbon footprints.  The campaign was initially created bySmart Power, a nonprofit clean energy marketing company, and Climate

Posted in Campus Projects, Energy Watchers

California’s Top Five Highest Paying Green Careers for Women

It looks like women are taking over the work force in record numbers in the past few years.  In 2010, women represented 47 percent of the total work force development.  More than one third of these women worked in the

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What Does it Mean to Get an Associate’s Degree in Nursing?

One of the common entry-level nursing programs for students to enroll in is the Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN). One of the benefits of earning an associate’s degree is that it only takes two years to complete and because it is

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Should You Be Worried About Launching a Green Career in California Healthcare?

If you have been looking for a green career path to follow, you have likely read over and over again that the healthcare industry is the place to look for great job opportunities. While it is true that this industry

Posted in CSU Nursing Program, Green Careers

Interest in Green College Programs Continues to Grow

As interest in green careers continues to grow, so do the number of green degree programs being offered by colleges around the country. In fact, USA Today reports that more than 100 green certificate, minor and major programs were added

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Top U.S. Official: Critical Need For More California Career Training & College Degree Programs

Even with a stalled economy and one of the toughest job markets in decades, Education Secretary Arne Duncan is adamant: education is the surest route to a secure future. “We have to educate our way to a better economy,” Duncan

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Three Top Career Paths Within the Medical Field

There is no doubt about it – jobs in the medical field are in high demand. In fact, many employers are finding that there simply are not enough qualified individuals to fill their open positions. While pretty much every job

Posted in CSU Nursing Program, Pharmacy Technician, Programs

4 Steps to Pointing Your Green Career in the Right Direction After Graduation

Are you a recent college graduate? If so, it is important for you to avoid falling into “autopilot” mode and simply taking on any job that you can. After all, not that you have your degree, it is time to

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California Colleges & Universities Expand On Line Course Options

What is the difference between a high school diploma and a college degree? According to the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics, a college graduate earns – on average – at least $21,000 more per year. That is a pretty clear case

Posted in Campus Projects, Green Careers, Programs