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Growing Leadership with an Online Public Service Degree

The Changing Needs of Public Service Leaders and How a College Degree Can Help High-profile national public safety threats are changing how our public service leaders approach emergency preparedness situations. Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services units are challenged to manage increasingly complex incidents in a world that’s highly connected and always looking for answers. Responsibilities that wouldn’t have been anticipated five or ten ... Read MoreRead More

5 Ways Cybersecurity Skills Can Make You More Marketable

Do you work in the high-demand field of Information Technology (IT) or are you considering transitioning into the industry? If so, there are many reasons why cybersecurity skills can make you even more marketable. Taking an entry level cybersecurity course, like Granite State College’s Foundations of Cybersecurity, is a great first step. Students learn the tools, technologies, and strategies used ... Read MoreRead More

How to Become a Certified Teacher in NH and Make a Difference

Making a Difference In New Hampshire and nationwide, there’s a critical shortage of certified teachers across subjects. From English to math, science to special education, there’s a pressing need for qualified professionals to fill these critical roles. There’s also strong demand for instructional specialists, educational specialists, and administrators.Read More

State Trooper Advances His Law Enforcement Profession and Career

Sean Eaton: A Passion for Community Policing Located in the southwest corner of the state, New Hampshire State Police Troop C is responsible for providing police services throughout Sullivan and Cheshire Counties, including coverage to 38 communities. While Troop C’s primary function is deterring, stopping, and investigating crimes and serving as first responders for emergencies that threaten public safety, Sergeant ... Read MoreRead More

Your Graduate Capstone: An Opportunity to Make an Impact

Congratulations on starting your graduate degree program! Throughout your graduate program, you will become immersed in your field while advancing your capabilities and knowledge. Because master’s-level coursework is so focused, you’ll be asked consider and start working on your graduate capstone at the very beginning of your program. Starting early will give you the opportunity to accumulate knowledge in each ... Read MoreRead More

Tips for New Teachers: How to Thrive in Your First Year

As a first-year teacher, you finally get to put your passion and practice into place. You’ll experience the incredible joys of teaching, but undoubtedly you’ll put a lot of pressure on yourself to make that first year great. Teaching is a hard job. In addition to teaching your classes there are new policies to learn, meetings to attend, and professional ... Read MoreRead More

Advantages of Earning Your Nursing Degree Online While Working in the Field

If you’re a working nurse hoping to earn an advanced degree, such as a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) or Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), you may be considering completing your nursing degree online while working in the field. Flexible, online nursing programs are designed to meet the needs of working nurses while preparing them to thrive in ... Read MoreRead More

Using Your Network to Make a Career Change

Editor’s Note: In a guest blog, Krystal Hicks, founder of JOBTALK, shares her insights on navigating career changes in today’s job market. JOBTALK is an accessible and inclusive career counseling and employer branding consulting practice. One theme I see with career changers is the hesitation around asking for help from people in their network. It’s never easy to say to ... Read MoreRead More

Researching Salary Expectations for a Career Change

Editor’s Note: In a guest blog, Krystal Hicks, founder of JOBTALK, shares her insights on navigating career changes in today’s job market. JOBTALK is an accessible and inclusive career counseling and employer branding consulting practice. When I launched my career counseling practice, JOBTALK, I quickly noticed that most people reaching out for help were not just looking to change companies ... Read MoreRead More

Millennials on the Move: Assessing Your Skills & Professional Goals for a Career Change

Editor’s Note: In a guest blog, Krystal Hicks, founder of JOBTALK, shares her insights on navigating career changes in today’s job market. JOBTALK is an accessible and inclusive career counseling and employer branding consulting practice. Since launching my career counseling practice, JOBTALK, a trend I have noticed is that people reach out when they are looking to change companies and ... Read MoreRead More

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