At Johnson & Wales University’s College of Online Education, our goal is to deliver an exceptional education that inspires professional success and lifelong personal and professional growth. We know that sometimes life can get in the way of your plans — but that doesn’t mean you can’t further or complete your education. Our students are career professionals who are working toward real goals. With the help of our skilled, industry-trained faculty and staff, you can complete your degree online too.
It's time allocation — not management — that is important, after all!
In this post, we will look more closely at how to schedule and working with the time that is available to us. For the purpose of this post, we’ll be focusing specifically on students who are achieving their degrees in the online classroom.
With the Thanksgiving holiday right around the corner, we wanted to know who motivated our JWU College of Online Education students to start working toward their goals. This year, we asked our students:
Who has inspired or encouraged you to pursue your academic goals?
When searching for a job, you need to think about more than just your resume. The cover letter completes your self-marketing job search package. The purpose of a cover letter is to provide potential employers with additional information about your skills, abilities, and experience — and tell them why you are uniquely qualified for the job. A well-written cover letter showcases your communication skills, is concise, and does not use overly formal language. When crafting your letter, there are three types to consider.
Pursuing an online undergraduate degree or online graduate degree takes determination, self-discipline, and hard work … and a reliable Wi-Fi connection. The reach is surprising — just ask Julia M. J. Abbiss ‘15, ‘17 MS – Nonprofit Management, who discovered during a study-abroad experience that she could complete her coursework from just about anywhere, even halfway around the world in Nepal.
Johnson & Wales University professor Scott Richardson’s career has spanned continents (he began his hospitality and culinary studies in London) and he has cooked for a U.S. president. Here’s how he brings his immense industry background industry to the online classroom, stays connected to industry trends — and his favorite way to unwind.
What makes an effective manager?
Gallup’s recent report, State of the American Manager: Analytics and Advice for Leaders, provides an in-depth look at what characterizes great managers and examines the crucial links between talent, engagement, and vital business outcomes such as profitability and productivity.
On May 16, 2016, Senate Bill S.2921 was introduced by members of the United States Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. The bill, The Veterans First Act, is a truly bipartisan omnibus package designed to bring much needed reform to the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
One of the key provisions of the bill, deals with improving and enhancing veteran educational benefits for veterans and their dependents. It proposes, among other things, the following enhancements:
On more than one occasion, a military service member or veteran has asked me why they should go to college. My response has basically been the same over my 11 years of working with military-connected students and highlights these main points.