Robin D. Everson
The holidays are upon us. Whether you are looking for something to light up your holiday spirit or just want to have fun, this list will help you enjoy the most of what DFW has to offer.
Criminal justice has been a life-long commitment for Kevin Kolbye, recently named assistant chief at the Arlington Police Department.
Latrenda Rush, kindergarten teacher at ILT in North Texas, says “a master’s degree speaks volumes about your drive and it demonstrates that you are a continual learner.”
Nationally recognized author, travels around the world speaking about leadership and project management and shares his insight on the connection between education and success.
Don’t miss out on some of the best musical talent to come out of the DFW area. These are the area’s best up and coming bands of 2014. See them now before ticket prices soar.
Marketer and technologist Dan Vuksanovich puts his skills to work with a unique product: BLOOD!
Executive VP and Chief Talent Officer at Parkland Health and Hospital System, Dr. Jim Dunn, gives his inspirational story of success, as well as sage advice for returning students.
With consistent job growth in the Dallas area, those who stand the best chance of getting a good job, changing careers or “moving up the ladder” are those with advanced degrees.
With the holidays rapidly approaching, the search for unique, personal gifts is ever present. Here are a few places you might want to look to when finding that special gift for the holiday.
Toni Ferrell is a school counselor at Medlin Middle School in Northwest ISD, where she facilitates academic, and social/emotional interventions and accommodations to assist in students’ success.
Today’s law enforcement personnel know that advanced education helps them stay one step ahead of the competition.
“I am living proof that a person who grows up being told that they are stupid can overcome and not only achieve honor student status, but make a huge difference in children’s lives,” says middle school teacher and published author Beth Fehlbaum.