STEM education in Maryland, has been a priority for the Department of Education since 2009 when the ambitious program was originated to prepare more students to meet the challenges of the global marketplace.
As attorneys increasingly specialize, there is frequently a choice between becoming a litigation or a transactional attorney.
New federal grants will help 10 states test programs to help food stamp recipients find jobs, from using career coaches to quicker training courses to mental health assistance.
The position of software developer leads the list of technology jobs for 2015 compiled by U.S. News and World Report since these developers are the creators and visionaries who inspire much of the technology and computer programming we now commonly rely upon.
Public relations is being transformed by the digital world, multimedia is no longer merely an option; it has become a must have for effective communication in 2015.
A diagnosis of cancer remains all too common here in the United States; according to the American Cancer Society, there will be about 1,658,370 new cases in 2015.
More than 200 new jobs are coming to Maryland over the next three years as the result of a solar power company’s expansion.
Immigration reform has been in the news; and many immigrants are turning to whatever legal services are available to determine the appropriate avenue for accomplishing U.S. citizenship or asylum.
There is a quote by John Adams, which describes authentic education this way: “There are two educations. One should teach us how to make a living and the other how to live.”
Jocelyn McKinley is a care coordinator with Maryland Choices, a nonprofit care management entity (CME) serving the entire state of Maryland.
While education is usually thought of in terms of a degree or credential, the process is also meant to instill what is often called soft skills.
Our quickly evolving technological society is creating an immediate need for skilled workers in specialized areas.