To earn better grades, adult learners should exercise more
Most adults understand how important it is for them to exercise regularly to maintain good health.
Back-to-school shopping tips for adult learners
Should individuals decide that going back to college as an adult is in their best interest, it is likely they will need to pick up a few supplies before they begin the semester.
Adult learner follows in grandmother’s footsteps with nursing degree
As students are not guaranteed a job simply because they have a bachelor's or master's degree, adults returning to school may want to prepare for a field that is known to have good employment prospects.
Careers We Live By (HealthCare)
The breadth of careers in the health industry is wide and varied, yet each one is just as important and rewarding as the next. It doesn’t get much better than earning a great salary for helping people learn to live a healthy life. You don’t have to be a doctor to help someone, although doctors […]
Business professions that are thriving
There are many professions in the nation's business sector that individuals can train for.
College could transform adults into desirable job candidates
Adults who are having trouble finding good jobs or are unhappy with the line of work they are in should consider the state of their skill set.
New initiative to help veterans seeking degrees
Military veterans are not known to have the easiest time going back to college.
More rigorous GED coming in 2014
Just because individuals did not have a chance to earn a high school diploma as a teenager does not mean they cannot pursue a college degree as an adult.
Job prospects – not costs – help students pick schools
Any adults considering going back to school, whether they are enrolling in liberal arts programs or culinary arts programs, have many different factors to take into consideration when choosing a college.
A passion for animals and education: A lifetime learner’s story
At 64 years old, Lesli Overstreet is more than an adult learner - she is a lifetime learner.
Going back to college helps senior citizen overcome loss
Losing a loved one can be devastating.
Racecar driver Charlie Kimball maintains educational goals
People defer heading to college for a wide variety of reasons. Military service, starting a family or the need to save money can all lead prospective students to push back enrolling in education programs.