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May 13th, 2015
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As adults we’ve all been there; we’ve felt overwhelmed with the number of items on our to-do lists, exhausted from running errands and attending activities and events. If you’re a military spouse, that feeling could be even more pronounced because at one time or another you’ve been juggling the responsibility of two adults while you’re spouse is away. If you can’t remember the last time you’ve had some “me time” or you’re constantly putting your own needs and goals aside then you need to make yourself a priority again.

May 4th, 2015
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April 29th, 2015
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As online classes play more of a role in earning a college degree or getting a certificate, myths about online learn remain. From personal account to research, we’ve learned that most of these myths just aren’t true. 

April 22nd, 2015
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By: Jennifer M. Morrison



April 22 is Earth Day and many people will be taking some time out of their day to do something great from the environment. Any effort to help our environment is a noble task but it should be something we carry through our daily lives the whole year round. Online learning is actually a great way to “go green”. Don’t believe me? Here are four ways online learning is green friendly.

April 15th, 2015
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By:  Jennifer M. Morrison



Unemployment is a stressful time for most people so it can seem to be an odd time to think about helping others when you’re in a bad position yourself. Volunteering has some incredible and often overlooked benefits for job seekers. This week is National Volunteer Week. Not only will you help a worthy cause by donating your time and effort it will also help you with your professional aspirations.



Learn and Sharpen Skills

6 Easy Tips for Reducing and Managing Strees
April 8th, 2015
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By: Jennifer M. Morrison

Staff Spotlight: Kris Powers
March 24th, 2015
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Kris has been with Ed4Career for over four years and has held many positions within the company, allowing her a thorough understanding of each department. She has been in her current role as Social Media Relations Manager for the past two years and has enjoyed this position immensely. Kris maintains the social media channels for the Ed4Career brand, as well as developing content for weekly blogs, newsletters, and the creation of branded graphics.

March 23rd, 2015
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Education isn’t cheap and it’s this simple fact that holds so many people back from obtaining an education that could prepare them for a future career.  Military members and their spouses are subject to even more obstacles such as frequent moves and limited time to attend classes.  The Department of Defense saw that they could remove the financial obstacles that was holding back service members and their spouses and developed financial assistance programs to make education available to those that wanted it.



Tuition Assistance

March 23rd, 2015
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Transitioning from the military is a difficult time in your life, regardless if it is voluntary or expected.  Serving in the military is not just a job, it’s a lifestyle.  You can have an entire conversation using acronyms and you’ve been to locations that many people would never even dream of going.  It’s a unique experience to be sure so it’s no wonder trying to translate your experiences into a civilian career can prove to be a challenge.

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