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Psychology Graduate School In Chicago, California, Washington D.C. Online Blended

Psychology Graduate School In Chicago, California, Washington D.C. Online Blended

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The Chicago School is a not-for-profit, accredited institution with more than 3,500 students at campuses across the country in Chicago, Los Angeles and Orange Counties in California, Washington, D.C. and online. As the nation’s oldest and largest graduate school devoted exclusively to psychology and related behavioral science, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology offers more […]

Convocation 2019 – Amherst College

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(celebratory trumpet music) (crowd chattering) ♪ Whose woods these are I think I know. ♪ ♪ These woods belong to me. ♪ ♪ That I long wanted, for the sky I see. ♪ ♪ Thank you, Amherst for three places you’ve given me ♪ ♪ A place right here ♪ ♪ A place for you […]

Three Questions About Online Education

Three Questions About Online Education

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That’s a great question. Historically online programs were typically business, I.T., sometimes criminal justice but you really didn’t find courses that involve labs, clinicals, field work assignments, those kinds of things. With the advance of technology though, that’s really changed. What they are able to do with simulations with even holograms really have opened up […]

Elon Musk’s Ultimate Advice for Students & College Grads – HOW TO SUCCEED IN LIFE

Elon Musk’s Ultimate Advice for Students & College Grads – HOW TO SUCCEED IN LIFE

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So what, what advice do I have for college graduates? Certainly, I do want you to apply for a job at solar city or Tesla or SpaceX and if not then, if that doesn’t work for whatever reason then apply to jobs at other companies in that arena or try starting a company. If you […]

Early Years College Courses at Chelmsford College

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Callum: Our entire class get on really well, like, within like the first two weeks, like, I knew everyone’s name and – yeah and am good friends with everyone. Leigh: When I actually came to the opening evening and found out more about it I knew straight away that I wanted the course. Rosie: We […]

Online Master of Arts in Special Education | Ashford University

Online Master of Arts in Special Education | Ashford University

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[Cessily] Welcome, I’m Cessily, and we’re here talking about Ashford University’s Master of Arts in Special Education. Joining me is Reyna Sund, Director of Career and Alumni Services, and Program Chair, Dr. Laurie Wellner. Dr. Wellner, you were just talking about what students should expect in this program. [Dr. Laurie Wellner] Yes, it’s a degree-only […]

Oxnard College – Online Orientation, Taking Classes

Oxnard College – Online Orientation, Taking Classes

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>>Hi. I’m Donna. And I’m an Oxnard College student. Being a college student requires more than just showing up to class on time. To be a successful student, you’ll need to know the types of classes that are available and how to register for these classes. So pay close attention to this segment, as we’ll […]

Eco-Reps | Champlain College

Eco-Reps | Champlain College

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(upbeat music) – So Eco-Reps are peer educators, that are based in the residential side of campus. They’re generally assigned to one or two residence halls, but also focusing on the residential student experience, whether that’s dining or some of our main hangout areas. – I think the importance of having a center for sustainability […]

Online Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology | Ashford University

Online Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology | Ashford University

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[Cessily] Welcome, and thanks for joining us today to find our more information about Ashford University’s Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology. Joining me today is Tamara Small, Career Services Manager, and Michelle Warn, program chair. So, Michelle, tell us about this program. [Michelle] So, the Master’s in Teaching and Learning with […]

Types of Federal Student Aid

Types of Federal Student Aid

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If you need help paying for college or career school, the office of Federal Student Aid might be your best option. We offer more than $150 billion to students each year in the form of grants, loans, and work-study funds. And federal student aid can be used to pay for school expenses such as tuition, […]