A Dose Of Learning: Students return to Sierra View | photos

Throughout the pandemic, Sierra View Medical Center had to turn away Career and Technology Education Pathways high school students from Porterville Unified School District and Lindsay High School Health Academy students. The students have returned to Sierra View last week and this week for their weekly internships learning about healthcare and the many departments at … Read more

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Get out there, Class of 2022 | Columns

Every year, I write a column to the seniors embarking on their journeys, and this year, my column was actually inspired by a speech at graduation. My school’s senior class president talked about how everyone asks kids what they want to be when they grow up. She started in kindergarten and what they wanted then, … Read more

Get out there, Class of 2022 | opinion

Every year, I write a column to the seniors embarking on their journeys, and this year, my column was actually inspired by a speech at graduation. My school’s senior class president talked about how everyone asks kids what they want to be when they grow up. She started in kindergarten and what they wanted then, … Read more

3 Questions About Lifelong Learning, Answered

lifelong learning getty If you’ve been working for a couple decades (or more), you may find yourself facing a career lull, and thinking: Argh! I’ve been doing the same thing for so long! I want something new! That frustrated feeling may be a sign that it’s time for an educational reboot. Lifelong learning—a term that … Read more

Career fairs give Brockway students glimpse of life after high school | local

BROCKWAY — On the many internet lists called “Things They Didn’t Teach Me In High School,” the concepts most frequently mentioned are financial literacy and job preparation. Those two concepts are not on the lists for students at Brockway Area Junior-Senior High School. Brockway students received three financial and career preparation events during the month … Read more

Reporting Sexual Harassment Shouldn’t Be Career Suicide

Lisa Bowman lost her c-suite job after reporting sexual harassment, and now she’s finding it † [+] challenging to land another one. Rick Martin Toxic workplaces cost US companies almost $50 billion a year. Yet, instead of trying to rid the workplace of toxicity, many organizations seem more focused on keeping it quiet. In the … Read more

More than 1,000 local 8th graders attend CMU career fair | Western Colorado

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Gen Y Speaks: My loved ones despaired when I quit law school. But I’m glad I chased my own dreams

“We are disappointed in you” are arguably among the most painful words a person can receive from their parents. And this was exactly what my parents said when I told them I was dropping out of law school. You see, growing up, I was your cookie-cutter straight-A student. On paper, I always looked like I … Read more