1. What to do after the interview

    Have you ever totally nailed a job interview and then not gotten the call back to say you landed the job? You wind up asking yourself: what did I do wrong? Chances are, it may not have been what you did during the interview, but what you did—or didn’t do—after the interview. Here are 5 suggestions on what you can do to help turn that good interview into a job offer:

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  2. The Importance of a Good Work Ethic

    Your future employer wants you to be well-trained, possessing the skills you’ll need to do your job. But equally important to them is your good work ethic. They want to be assured that when they hire you, they’re getting someone who will come to work every day with a great attitude, ready and able to do their job well! Here’s why they think your work ethic is so important and why you should, too:

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  3. Bryant & Stratton College Grad Turns Tragedy into her Higher Purpose

    Pamela Hand had always considered a career in the medical field, but when her eldest son died from cancer, she knew it was what she had to do.

    “The providers were so helpful to my son,” said Pam. “They made such a difference.”

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  4. Accounting –A Good Foundation for Business

    Did you know that Accounting is often referred to as the “language of business?” That’s because every business on the planet needs to know something about numbers if it expects to stay in business! If you’ve ever thought about a career in business, here are 5 reasons a background in accounting can make a great foundation:

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  5. 5 Tips for Building Financial Security

    Is money an issue in your life? It is for everyone! But there are ways to make it less of one, by planning for the future. Here are 5 tips you can use to begin building financial security:

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  6. 4 Ways to organize your job search

    Are you ready to begin your new career? It all starts with that first job! But looking for a job can be a job in itself. If you’re not really organized you can waste a lot of time and effort and wind up with little results. Here are 4 ways to organize your job search so you can get started in your new career sooner:

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  7. The Importance of Teamwork in Business

    Have you ever played on a team? Or worked with others to get a job done? Then, you probably know how effective teamwork is when you need to get something important accomplished. Teamwork is also enormously valuable in all kinds of business. The businesses that are able to build a team culture are also those that wind up being the most successful. 

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  8. Bryant & Stratton College Grad Michael Bostick: From the Unemployment Line to Career Success

    “Thoughts of future dreams reached by a single thought” –poet Michael Bostick

    Michael Bostick was unemployed when he took a chance and found out more about gaining an education to help him with his career goals. 

    “I’d always wanted to get an education,” said Michael, “but the opportunity had never presented itself before. This was my chance, so I took it.”

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  9. 5 Benefits of Internships

    Are you ready to reach for more and make your future a little brighter? Getting a great education is a great start, but if you really want to have a competitive edge, an internship can give you just that. An internship can help you stand out from other job candidates and also allow you to test the waters of your new career. Here are 5 benefits of internships:

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  10. Bryant & Stratton College Grad Stephanie Webb: From classroom to career

    Stephanie Webb says that the paralegal training she received at Bryant & Stratton College is the reason she’s already doing so well in her career and planning for a bright future.

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