I remember the excitement of walking the aisles of notebooks, pencils, pens, crayons, and calculators every September, school-supply list in hand. Preparing for the new school year by stocking up on fresh supplies was practical (last year’s notebooks were full and barely clinging to their wire spiral binding), a bit philosophical (every new Trapper Keeper represented a fresh start), and, at times, preposterous (two words: Lisa Frank; if you’re unfamiliar with her designs, imagine folders, erasers, lunchboxes, etc.
COVID-19 has impacted a lot of things—including how we restrict face-to-face interactions. Many interviews are now taking place virtually, especially in the early stages of the talent search.
In recent years, online job interviews have become more popular and many companies, including Hilton, are regularly using technology to conduct preliminary interviews. During the pandemic, job interviews for nearly every stage of the hiring process became the norm.
Last year, Johnson & Wales University Online unveiled a variety of new micro-certificate programs. These streamlined, online certificates are designed to give students the opportunity to earn industry-relevant credentials without committing to a full degree program.
Each Sunday when I was growing up, my mother would make what she referred to as, Sunday Supper. It was always served promptly at 1 p.m. providing ample time to still attend church in the morning and included her parents as the sole guests—Grandpa and Grandma. Prior to their arrival, my responsibility was to properly set the table while my mom would hurry to create a full-course dinner—perhaps corned beef and cabbage, or an eye of the round roast, maybe a pork loin, or ham—each entrée complete with all of the appropriate potatoes and vegetables.
If you are thinking about searching for a new career, you are not alone. The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic changed the professional landscape in many ways in the U.S. and worldwide.
Do you need a competitive edge to get ahead in your career? For some, going back to school to complete a degree program just is not an option. If you are looking to upskill or learn something new without committing to a degree program, consider earning a micro-certificate.
What Are Micro-Certificates?
Taking just a short time to complete, micro-certificates can help you build your skills and add an eye-catching line to your resume. These short degree programs are affordable and designed to give you a focused study in one specific area or industry.
Have you ever found yourself wondering why a celebrity decided to respond to a social media post or why your spouse did not listen when you explained your feelings? If you are interested in understanding how and why people share messages with one another, a degree in communication may be the right choice for you. Here are five reasons to consider a bachelor’s degree in communication and how JWU can prepare you for success.
The Johnson & Wales University College of Online Education is pleased to announce our summer term dean's list for 2019-2020. Undergraduate students with a GPA of 3.50 or higher achieve dean's list status. Congratulations!
Considering that Apple launched the App Store 12 years ago, the majority of Generation Z, the age range of today’s college students, has likely never owned a mobile device without apps. Out of the now millions to choose from--2.6 million Android offerings and 2.2 million on iOS--according to Business of Apps’ 2019 count, surely there are a few that make staying on track with your studies and organized a little easier. Here are our picks for the top apps for college students.
When Fall 2020 courses begin next week, all undergraduate courses will be offered on a semester calendar instead of a term calendar.
What does this mean? Instead of having four 11-week terms (Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer), undergraduates will be taking courses over a traditional 16-week-long semester (Fall, Spring, and Summer). Each semester will be split into two sessions (for example, Fall I and Fall II). Students will have the opportunity to take a semester-long 16-week course, if they wish, in addition to their session coursework.