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The Clinical Coordinating Council: A Competitive Advantage For Your School

By Janet H. Davis MBA, PhD, RN, Dean of Nursing, Violet Schumacher School of Nursing, Northwestern College
Today, schools with allied health programs face increasing competition for student clinical affiliations. The issues schools are currently facing regarding clinical site availability will pale in comparison to the challenges before us.

In Tune with the Market: Bellus Academy Creates CBD Curriculum

Show Them the Way: Career Services Experts Share Best Job Search Practices for Students

By Jamie Gadette, Content Director, JobDash
Rebecca Edwards was a single mom and freelance writer when she fell into a job with the Utah College of Massage Therapy, initially hired to take over the school’s “sad little newsletter” before seguing into a full-time role in career services.

What Innovative Career Service Departments Learned From COVID-19

Old School VS New School: Comparing Admissions’ Interactions With Prospects of Non-Profit & For-Profit Schools

By Martin Lind, Education Vertical Director, Velocify and Gregg Meiklejohn, Co-Founder & CEO, Enrollment Resources A Senate report sent the proprietary school industry reeling in 2012, and created an image problem that the sector has been trying to recover from ever since. But is the stereotype true today?

A New Strategic Approach to Coaching is Helping Admissions Teams Overcome Post-Pandemic Challenges