Dr. Jennifer Parvin uses her educational background to consult with school districts to create leadership pipelines at all levels from teachers to assistant/associate principals and above.
Director of Surgical Services Health Care gives healthy prognosis when it comes to combining higher education with career success.
After many impressive contributions to the film industry, Melina McKinnon reflects on how education and a life changing event changed her career path.
A side job to make extra money turned into a life-long career fulfilling David Danforth’s passion for learning and teaching.
Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Texas, Taly Haffar’s says, “Without having gone to college and law school, I would not have a job that I absolutely love.”
Heather Hambrick found her niche for her career in health care with pursuing an education in pre-med and pre-law.
A masters degree allowed Erica Edwards to fine tune and focus her skill set, which gave her the credentials to do what she wanted to do.
After more than a decade in the courtroom, Jeff Whittle decided to go back to school which led to a career in showing business owners how to succeed.
A Dallas graphic designer finds that online education was a way to help her reach her goals.
An officer with a nose for education shares his experience in detecting job opportunities.
Looking for a degree in military science, Dave Hogan realized there was no degree to be had, instead he decided to get a degree in psychology and is happy he did.
Callie Works-Leary was named one of the “Top 30 Entrepreneurs Under 30” by Inc. Magazine in 2010.