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Soderberg on Hiring and Cultivating Strong Teams: Be Humble, Hungry and Smart

Interview with Melissa J. Soderberg, President, Quest Education and Career Quest Learning Centers
Melissa Soderberg, President of Quest Education and Career Quest Learning Centers, describes her unique journey to her current position, the talent and culture that is cultivated at Career Quest and how Career Quest is a stellar choice for a higher education school in the Michigan area.

From the Brink of Closure to 650 Students: WyoTech’s Resurgence Story

Bellus Academy President Changing Students’ Lives and Perceptions of Career Education

Interview with Lynelle Lynch, President and Owner, Bellus Academy and President, Beauty Changes Lives Foundation
Bellus Academy has reimagined beauty and wellness education, and now it’s trying to change the perception of career and technical jobs. President and owner Lynelle Lynch says she is trying to alter public opinion and make cosmetology school careers first-choice careers through scholarships awarded by the non-profit Beauty Changes Lives Foundation and a national public relations campaign.

From the Brink of Closure to 650 Students: WyoTech’s Resurgence Story

Keiser: Career Schools Should be Proud of Their History

Written by Barbara A. Schmitz from an interview with Dr. Arthur Keiser, Chancellor and CEO, Keiser University
Dr. Arthur Keiser, a history major and career college owner, looks back at the five cycles in the post-World War II world and how they impacted the sector. He remains optimistic about the future of career colleges, believing that more students will be looking for educational opportunities and that career schools are ideally poised to train people and erase the skills gap.

From the Brink of Closure to 650 Students: WyoTech’s Resurgence Story

What Academic Leaders Should Learn from the Coronavirus Pandemic

By John King, Ed.D.
The coronavirus presented the world with a unique set of problems that we had never seen or experienced at this level. The world, and in particular higher education, will be different coming out of this pandemic and as an academic leader you and your team must be ready to deal with and adjust to it. Failure to do so is not an option.

From the Brink of Closure to 650 Students: WyoTech’s Resurgence Story

Dr. Hutton is Dedicated to Continuing CER and Harrison College’s Combined 200 Year History

Interview with Dr. Jim Hutton, President and CEO, Harrison College
In the late 1980s or so, I decided to go back to school to be a college professor. I was well past 40 when I returned to school to earn my bachelor’s degree. Then I earned my MBA and Ph.D. so I could become a college professor.

From the Brink of Closure to 650 Students: WyoTech’s Resurgence Story

Rocky Vista University is Proof that For-profit and Medical School can be a Good Mix

Written by Barbara A. Schmitz from an interview with Cheryl D. Lovell, PH.D., President & CEO, Rocky Vista University
ABOUT DR. CHERYL D. LOVELL Dr. Cheryl D. Lovell, president and CEO of Rocky Vista University, says that after working decades in higher education, her current position was an “opportunity in the making for 35 years.”

From the Brink of Closure to 650 Students: WyoTech’s Resurgence Story

Zenith’s Interim President Leads With an Open Door

CER Interview With Troy A. Stovall, Interim President, Zenith Education Group
Q: Tell our readers a little about your background. A: I was blessed to have a mom — a single mom — who put education first for my sister and me. As a result, I had the good fortune of attending some fine institutions and earning degrees that have opened many doors for me.

From the Brink of Closure to 650 Students: WyoTech’s Resurgence Story