Returning to school to earn your graduate degree can be tough, especially when there’s work to do and tuition to pay. A previous graduate of Johnson & Wales University, 22-year-old Shaunya Noble knows this firsthand.
Welcome to Career Catalyst, our blog featuring helpful continuing education and career-related articles written by our faculty and staff. From study and motivation tips to career planning and interview techniques, we cover it all. Make sure to check back regularly, because we’re always posting new articles designed to help you get more out of your education and career.
Career Catalyst Blog
Relevant. Inspiring. Informed. Direct from the experts — our industry-experienced faculty and staff —these posts give you the insight you need to become knowledgeable in your career, a better online learner, and a leader in your field.
The Johnson & Wales University College of Online Education is pleased to announce our Spring Term dean's list for 2019. Undergraduate students with a GPA of 3.40 or higher achieve dean's list status. Congratulations!
On a Thursday night in June of 2017, I found myself staring down the barrel of a handgun, aiming at a distant paper target. I had never held a gun before in my life. My range officer had his hand on my shoulder to keep me steady. Peering through the sight, I lined it up and pulled the trigger. It had more resistance than I imagined and the kickback, though minor, sent a shock down my spine.
Happy Summer! It’s time to unwind, explore, and enjoy yourself. But before you head out on your next adventure, consider these top travel tips from our experts:
Planning & Packing
1. Plan ahead.
2. Use an experienced travel agent to get the best rates.
3. Consider buying travel insurance.
4. Go over your itinerary before packing.
Commencement has come and gone, and we’re still reeling from whirlwind of excitement, achievement, and celebration.
This past weekend, the Johnson & Wales University community celebrated commencement ceremonies across four campuses in Providence, Rhode Island; North Miami, Florida; Denver, Colorado; and Charlotte, North Carolina. In total 3,034 degrees were awarded universitywide—including 153 undergraduate degrees and 176 graduate degrees earned through the College of Online Education