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By Don Bosco Technical Institute
100 Colleges and Universities from Across U.S. Scheduled to Appear
Find, message, and interview qualified college students using university, major, graduation year, course, and GPA search filters
How-to-Get-Men.com offers relevant tips and techniques on how to nurture and handle a relationship to help counsel students who will inevitably get into relationships in college.
By Undeclared Media
Orlando based Undeclared.TV brings the best web series, news, events and more directly to college students
By College Parents of America
The 2013-14 College Parents Handbook for Student Success is now available to help families transition smoothly to college
By Max Grades Min Effort
A civil engineering graduate who went from almost flunking out of college to the top five per cent of his class has released a groundbreaking new study system. This system details the secret strategies which enabled him to turn his own life around.
NFPA 2013 Regional Fluid Power Career Fair to be held on Wednesday, November 6, 2013 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
By Connecticut Better Business Bureau
Connecticut Better Business Bureau Explains the Risks and Tips to Lock Down Personal Information
By Beacon of Hope
Beacon of Hope’s mission is to encourage all Lynchburg City Public School students to pursue their dreams, and provide them with the tools and resources to attain a post-secondary education
By Max Justice
“I.O.U. University” aims to inform students, and graduates, about college and student loan debt from the perspective of a recent graduate
By Estate Plan Pros
Two critical documents your college child needs discussed by Elk Grove Estate Planning Attorney Erik Hartstrom
By Michael Johnson
The "No Freaking" Guide to College Admissions: Your 4-Year Plan Paperback Now Available on Amazon! The “No Freaking” Guide to College Admissions: Your 4-Year Plan is designed to give you a comprehensive, yet easy to follow plan that will increase...
By Three Friendships Company
Physicist's book helps students to excel in high school and college physics.
By Berea College
One of the world's 'greenest' residence halls has opened at Berea College, but energy reduction is only a part of what makes the Deep Green Residence Hall a deeper shade of green.
By TreeFrogClick, Inc.
So many young people are hading off to college this fall, so I thought I'd give you some tips on staying Catholic there, and even discerning your vocation. Are the below questions your own? 1.
By Foote Communications, LLC
Former Miss Black U.S.A. says college co-eds need to start career planning now
How-to-Get-Men.com serves as an excellent resource for relationship advice to college students who are looking into starting and maintaining their relationships. The website provides insightful and practical tips written by relationship experts.
By Connecticut Better Business Bureau
Not all college-aged students understand the potential pitfalls of money management. Without careful planning and budgeting, they can run into debt problems that can weigh on them for years to come.
BookCarry.com's price of the brand new publication is $95.88, which is 10% lower than Chegg and 20% cheaper than Barnes and Noble.
By Burdette Thomas Company LLC
Two years ago, we carried two products, the Scorzie and Cornhole Light. We now carry around 20 products. Finding cool products to offer our customers is what we're all about.
Spoonful of Comfort lets parents send hearty chicken noodle soup, cookies and cozy socks to dorm rooms across the country.
By Maui Pasta Company
Hawaii family seeking out unique solutions to get their valedictorian daughter to college.
By Blass Books
Miami, FL—July 31, 2013—Buying, selling, and exchanging college textbooks has gone social with student networking web site BlassBooks.com
By The College Driver
With more choices than ever before, we focus on safety, fuel efficiency and connectivity for under $20k.
By Cerritos College Technology Division
Cerritos College instructor, Dr. Miodrag Micic, completed training for Project Lead The Way (PLTW) “Digital Electronics” and “Computer Integrated Manufacturing” and was awarded instructor certification.
By CampbellDuke Personal Branding
It’s not good enough to tell our students that they need to think about jobs. We as parents, educators and community members need to explicitly teach and model the tools needed to successfully navigate the fast-changing 21st century labour market.
By The Sagemont School
Private School College Advisor, Mellesia Nelson, explains that early planning in Middle School lays a solid foundation for navigating the college entrance procedure.
By Crowell Public Library
PATTI BRUGMAN and JOYCE SALTER will go over each of the attributes that are most valued by college admissions officers on Sunday, September 8 at 3:00pm at Crowell Public Library.
By College Nannies & Tutors
College Nannies & Tutors Austin Learning Centers invites college-bound 11th graders to take a practice ACT or SAT test to gauge their current achievement level and readiness for college entrance exams.
By College Hunks Hauling Junk
Founders of College Hunks Hauling Junk to Appear on Season 2 Premiere of AMC’s “The Pitch” as Investors.
By Central Penn College
Following a unanimous vote by the Central Penn College board of directors, Karen Scolforo, Ed.D., former executive director of the Fortis Institute and former Jacksonville campus president of Keiser University, today was announced the ninth president of..
DormCo’s new bedding supply packages offer a popular, easy way to more quickly shop for dorm essentials.
Over 30 percent of the jobs in the economy, and 100 percent of life, relates to sales. One of the biggest disconnects between education and employment is the lack of degrees and programs for sales.
By United Negro College Fund
Seattle, WA – On Saturday, August 3, 2013 UNCF will host the 20th annual UNCF Walk for Education at Judkins Park to raise money to help local African American and minority low-income students attend college.
By SME Education Foundation
The SME Education Foundation awarded more than $600,000 in scholarships to 232 aspiring manufacturing engineers.
College savings registry GradSave.com eliminates fees so parents can save even more
By Pinckney Hugo Group
College's "Employability Week" gives students a look into the minds of employers
By Central Coast Community College
A new Executive Director will lead Central Coast Community College into 2014 and the next phase of its journey in an evolving vocational educational sector.
By Central Penn College
Based on Central Penn College’s most recent One-Year Graduate Survey, 87.8% of the college’s graduates were employed in their chosen field or continuing their education within one year of graduation, a 5.9 percentage rate increase from the...
By Valley Youth House - Greater Philadelphia
VYH-GP has been selected to receive a $10,000 grant by the Philadelphia Chapter of The Transition Network’s Giving Circle. This award will fund incidental expenses for current and former foster care youth attending post-secondary programs.
By Atlanta Technical College
Dr. Murray J. Williams has been appointed vice president for academic affairs at Atlanta Technical College in Atlanta, Georgia.
By Where To Find Textbooks
College students have struggled for years with the notoriously high cost of textbooks. Learn why and how some are saving up to 70% on buying textbooks and making 2 to 4 times the money off their used textbooks.
By Valley Baptist Preparatory
Valley Baptist Preparatory, Mercedes, Texas, is now enrolling students in 9th and 10th grades for the 2013-14 school year. Enrollment of day students is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
By Marshall ACM
Anglia Ruskin University partners with Marshall ACM to develop the University’s first accredited e-learning courses for the health sector
By EDC Technology
Amid Tightening Budgets and Lower Enrollment, Many Higher Education Institutions are Freeing Themselves of Costly SIS Vendor Contracts
By Alerte, Carter & Associates LLC
BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Jean Alerte is a young entrepreneur who felt it was right to chronicle his success story and inspire others to follow their dreams.
GradSave.com helps raise funds for children who have lost a parent serving in the Armed Forces
By Marshall ACM
New e-learning employability course designed to help 16-18 year olds secure their first job
By The Help Group
The Summer College Institute is a weeklong independent college living program for young people with learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, Asperger’s Disorder, executive functioning difficulties, ADHD, and other social/emotional issues.
Clunking Heads on Campus--Tales of a Resident Advisor by Nana B. Brun