Month: March 2020

Is Criminal Justice Studies Right For You?

The field of criminal justice can be attractive to anyone interested in how justice is dispensed in the US and around the world. Earning a degree in Criminal Justice Studies from Bryant & Stratton College is the perfect way to pursue a career in the field of criminal justice. The […]

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What Your Career Path Says About Your Ambitions

By Rachel DiGiammarino You love your job and enjoy a fulfilling career. But what if you’re not interested in becoming a manager? Does that mean you lack motivation or a desire to truly succeed? There are important milestones in your professional development that will arise as you strive to accelerate […]

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WHY DON’T WE “JUST DO IT”?

In a 2012 report, the weight loss industry clocked in at $20 billion dollars a year.  This includes books, drugs and weight loss surgeries. At any given time, there are about 108 million dieters in the US, a third of the country.  Yet, the US Department of Health and Human services reports that more than 2 out of 3 adults are at some level of obesity. […]

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The Benefits of Studying Abroad

We asked Amanda Chin, an Environmental Studies major at UVM, about what she learned from her study abroad experience in Oaxaca, Mexico. Exploring the Benefits of Studying Abroad: Why were you drawn to study abroad? The opportunity to travel and learn about a new culture sounded pretty appealing. A semester […]

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Guide to Becoming a Successful Administrative Assistant

Did you know that successful Executive Administrative Assistants work in nearly every industry, from agriculture and manufacturing, to education and Fortune 500 companies. Administrative assistants often make the first impression on prospective clients, and they provide critical administrative support so fellow employees and upper-level management can do their jobs effectively. The […]

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Promotions – Time to Start Asking For It

Wondering why you didn’t receive that promotion you’ve been working so hard for, or that raise you so richly deserve? The answer might be as simple as…you didn’t ask for it That’s the assertion made by two must-read books by Linda Babcock and Sara Laschever, Women Don’t Ask: The High Cost […]

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How a Hospitality Degree Makes a Successful Restaurant

For those who love food, and have dreamed of opening a restaurant, obtaining a restaurant management degree should be a priority. Culinary experience and/or a wonderful idea for a restaurant are not enough to guarantee success. Many prospective restaurant owners are trained chefs, who graduated from culinary schools and/or have […]

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The Benefits of Studying Abroad

We asked Amanda Chin, an Environmental Studies major at UVM, about what she learned from her study abroad experience in Oaxaca, Mexico. Exploring the Benefits of Studying Abroad: Why were you drawn to study abroad? The opportunity to travel and learn about a new culture sounded pretty appealing. A semester […]

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