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While the growing health care industry makes it obvious that there is a need for nurses in the medical field, a related profession that is sometimes overlooked is that of the nursing professor.
Katrina Foster, Principal of Elmer A. Henderson: A Johns Hopkins Partnership School, offers some advice for others looking to go into the field of school leadership.
While standard degrees often get the most attention from students looking to go into formal education, certificate programs offer their own advantages.
Kerri Socha, Children’s Services Placement Coordinator, discusses how she uses her education to oversee refugee minor foster care programs, and the diverse careers available within the field of social work.
Helping with a charitable organization doesn’t just include volunteer work or donations. Baltimore nonprofit organizations prove that sustainable wages can be found through the nonprofit sector.
While business degrees aren’t generally thought of as an education that leads to the teaching profession, one Baltimore educator shows how crucial a business degree can be in postsecondary teaching positions.
For those looking to go into the field of technology, or combine their knowledge of IT with a teaching career, there are many opportunities available in Baltimore.
While many people think a career in education is in the classroom, there are a number of different options available to those with a degree in the education field.
Andrea Cantora is a great example of how advanced degrees help to open career opportunities for professionals in the field of criminal justice.
Baltimore professionals in health care should consider nursing home care as a strong career option.
Succeeding in business doesn’t necessarily mean you have to stop helping others. Christine Nielsen is a prime example of how you can use your advanced degree to succeed in helping yourself and others.
A bachelor’s degree is still considered a viable degree for those looking to go into nursing. However, growing demands in the field is encouraging nurses to continue their education for success.