by Denise Felder Career advisers and business leaders agree: Having a mentor is an important and effective way to increase your career success. Students and new professionals in all fields are encouraged to find an experienced manager or employee to give them advice and guide them in their professional journeys. “Mentors have not only taught … Continue reading Are Mentors Still Needed In Today’s Workplace?
1. Sharpen the Saw Sometimes you have to take a break from the “work” of your work to sharpen your skills. A dull axe won’t cut a tree nearly as effectively as a sharp one. Spend one day learning from your peers about innovations in the classroom and workforce development practices. 2. New Tools Companies … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons YOU Should Be at the 2016 Minnesota CTE Works! Summit
The Minnesota Office of Higher Education announced The Minnesota Teacher Shortage Student Loan Repayment Program. Qualifying teachers who apply by June 30, 2016 may be eligible for repayment assistance of $1,000 per year, up to a total of $5,000.
Jared Reise sums up his education so far as an adult learner going back to school.
The Krege Foundation now has an infographic offering solutions to low-income students.
The Senator's visit gave him the opportunity to talk about his proposed legislation called the "Community College to Career Fund Act."
MnSCU Vice Chancellor Ron Anderson shares his thoughts on Career Technical Education and its impact on today's workforce.
by Misun Bormann, HealthForce Minnesota~ It started small when 66 students came to Winona State for a week-long residential health careers camp. However, Scrubs Camp has now grown by leaps and bounds! Scrubs Camps grew to nine camps and 469 students in 2015. Faculty and industry professionals help inspire students to learn about themselves and different … Continue reading Building the Future Workforce – One Camp at a Time!