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  • Posted in: Career Corner

    Hi Esther, I have completed a diploma, a BA, and an MSc online. I have never felt that my online education has been a deterrent to a potential employer. In fact, I might say it's quite the opposite. Employers realize that studying online demands more of an individual, because not only are they in university, they may also be working full-time and raising a family (as I did). To me, it demonstrates ...

  • Posted in: Career Corner

    Hallo Dear Members, I am finishing my bachelors degree in two semesters and would like to pursue a masters degree in clinical counseling at an online institution. I would like to know if anybody of you pursued an online degree and if it hindered your career in getting hired. Any opinion is welcome. Thank you very much, Esther Nio ------------------------------ Esther Nio Pennsylvania State University ...

  • Posted in: The Writer's Block

    As a librarian, I can tell you that JSTOR is a fantastic resource! If you're a ΦKΦ member working or studying at an institution of higher education, your library may already have a subscription to JSTOR. I encourage you to check before subscribing. A 25% discount for those who don't otherwise have access is a great deal, but it's no bargain for those who already have access through their college ...

  • Are you just starting your career? It can be challenging to make the jump from college to career, and some students feel they are not prepared for job search success. The launch phase of your career is crucial and serves as a foundation for future jobs. This first salary is your baseline upon which future salaries may be determined. You may feel lost in a sea filled with competitors, but our partner, ...

  • Posted in: The Quad

    Thank you for the advice. If I previously failed to mention my age I will establish that now. I am 61 and still going strong. Although I have been a learner pretty much all my life I never conquered the social media applications to reach out to others. It took many years to give me good cause to even learn how to utilize and master computers and their power for research. All that being said if anyone ...

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  • Posted in: The Quad

    Dear Joseph Sessa, Good luck with your dissertation funding efforts.  Here are a few tips that I hope will be helpful. 1. Talk to other students who have been successful in obtaining funds for their dissertations (from the same resource(s) that you are considering). 2.  Pay careful attention to the instructions from each resource about how to prepare your application for funding.   3.  Try to obtain ...

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