Stanford University offers FREE Tuition

With the rising cost of tuition at most colleges and universities across the country, it’s rewarding to know that Stanford University is offering FREE tuition for those who qualify. For parents with total annual income below $125,000 and typical assets for this income range, the expected parent contribution will be low enough to ensure thatContinue reading “Stanford University offers FREE Tuition”

How to Choose a College Major

      Each fall, students begin their journey of a rewarding college experience. And each fall  incoming freshmen are baffled about how to choose a college major. Identifying the appropriate college major that reflects a student’s passion and ultimately their career purpose can sometimes be challenging. The interest that they had in high schoolContinue reading “How to Choose a College Major”

Career Opportunities May 31, 2013

We’re getting closer to Summer, and wouldn’t it be great to start off your summer with a new career at a wonderful new company? Perhaps this latest list of employment opportunities just might have the job that you have been looking for. So take a look at the latest career openings that are listed below.Continue reading “Career Opportunities May 31, 2013”

Career Opportunities December 1, 2012

We are coming to the end of 2012 and more and more companies are searching for job candidates to fill their open positions. What is so great about this time of year is that employers usually hire for the holiday season; however, they often continue to keep great employees on after the holiday season isContinue reading “Career Opportunities December 1, 2012”

Career Opportunities November 11, 2012

Still job hunting? Well if you are in the field of higher education then perhaps one of these new career opportunities could be just what you have been waiting for. Review the list of careers noted below to determine what jobs could be perfect for you to connect to your purpose. Then click on theContinue reading “Career Opportunities November 11, 2012”

Educated and Jobless

  Not since WWII have young Americans faced such a troubling time when it comes to gaining employment. Sure, everyone is feeling the pinch all over, but our young and newly degreed professionals are finding themselves prepared for a career, but lacking the opportunity to spread their wings.    A little less than half (45%)Continue reading “Educated and Jobless”