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Deciding to pursue your master’s degree is a big step toward achieving your educational goals. But how do you know whether you’re making the right decision? Look over these five questions to ask before pursuing a Master’s degree.
On Friday, April 27 two CTU Southern Colorado students participated in the 2012 National Security Innovation Competition in Colorado Springs, put on by the National Homeland Defense Foundation.
Creating a quality resume is hard work. Many of us spend countless hours tweaking and puzzling over every detail imaginable, and with good reason. On a resume, details matter. In fact, one small error can disqualify you from consideration.
Employers sort through piles of resumes (often electronically). Many resumes can either go unnoticed because of dull formatting or lack of obvious achievements, or they can end up in the recycling bin because of easily avoidable mistakes or inappropriate information.
Your first job in IT is an exciting opportunity, especially if you’ve been thinking about a job in information technology for a long time.
When you invest in you, others take notice. But while you sharpen your skills and learn new ones, don't neglect the engine that is driving all this positive change: your attitude.
Humans need goals! Utilize any search engine and type in the words “goal setting tips” and you will find thousands of links that can help you set a plan for yourself.
If you've ever worked for a company and felt that your core values did not mesh with the company's values, you know how important it is to work for a company you can believe in.
No single area of business experiences more frequent changes than Information Technology (IT).
You knew graduate school would be a big commitment, but you may not have realized quite how much of a challenge it would be. The assignments and course material may be different than what you’ve seen before, especially if this is your first time taking classes online.
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