Getting “Two Thumbs Up” on your Cover Letter from Tough Career Critics by Dr. Michael Wolter During a recent workshop on developing résumés and cover letters, students asked why cover letters are important, how they should be written, and if … Continue reading Getting “Two Thumbs Up” on your Cover Letter from Tough Career Critics
On Wednesday, February 19, 2020, Goodwin University received notification of the award of a U.S. Department of Labor “Apprenticeships: Closing the Skills Gap” grant in the amount of $2,000,000. Through this grant program, 28 public-private apprenticeship partnerships throughout the country … Continue reading Goodwin University, Partner Organizations Receive U.S. Department of Labor’s “Apprenticeships: Closing the Skills Gap” Grant
Beware of Gaslighting by Mike Saxton, PhD As an adult, it’s likely you are somewhat familiar with psychological manipulation, people getting others to do or believe things that satisfy their agenda without caring about the effect on those being manipulated. … Continue reading Beware of Gaslighting
Looking for a Master’s in Nursing (MSN) program that fits into your busy life? There are hundreds of thousands of people like you, who want to both build their professional skillset and ensure that their family or career remains a … Continue reading Online MSN Classes at Goodwin & What You Can Expect
The Future is “Leading Up”! Your supervisor’s success means room in the spotlight for you By Dr. Sandi Coyne-Gilbert, MBA DM MS Organizational Leadership Program Director, Goodwin University Leading Up is truly a professional phenomenon, committed to connections and based … Continue reading The Future is “Leading Up”!
No matter where you live in the world, public health issues touch your life in one way or another. Whether it be on a large global scale where public health professionals are working to prevent and stop the threat of … Continue reading How to Get a Master’s in Public Health (MPH)
Mentoring: Generation to Generation by Dr. Michael Wolter Program Director and Associate Professor of Management and Leadership In my Advanced Mentoring Workshop at Goodwin University, one of the most intensely discussed topics among participants is generational differences in mentor pairings, … Continue reading Mentoring: Generation to Generation
In 2020, we’re currently facing an array of nationwide public health epidemics: drug overdose, obesity, food safety, heart disease, mental illness, pollution, and chronic stress are just a few. It is the job of public health professionals – such as … Continue reading 5 Public Health Documentaries Students Don’t Want to Miss
“Somewhere along the way, we must learn that there is nothing greater than to do something for others” – Martin Luther King Jr. Those who are interested in an offbeat career that is rewarding, challenging, and helps family members say … Continue reading How to Become an Embalmer in Connecticut
The healthcare industry is evolving at a rapid pace. With the increasing number of workers, patients, treatments, and technologies, today’s healthcare system demands great leadership – Leadership that is capable of managing staff, resources, and policies within an organization. That … Continue reading Healthcare Management vs. Healthcare Administration: What’s the Difference?
Blockchain in Simple Terms by Mike Saxton, PhD I have been amazed that, despite media coverage over the last few years, understanding the concept of blockchain technology still eludes many. While most people have heard of Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency that … Continue reading Blockchain in Simple Terms
Student Success Story: Serena Seepersaud, Part Three A Proud Guyanese Immigrant and First-generation Goodwin Inspiration At nine years old, Serena Seepersaud assisted in all of her household appointments. Barely able to reach the welcome window, she waited in long lines, … Continue reading Student Success Story: Serena Seepersaud, Part Three
Student Success Story: Serena Seepersaud, Part Two CTRA: A magnet school attracting amazing scholars Before being accepted to Connecticut River Academy (CTRA), Serena Seepersaud was a student in one of the largest public school districts in Connecticut. In a conversation … Continue reading Student Success Story: Serena Seepersaud, Part Two
Student Success Story: Serena Seepersaud From CTRA Scholar to Goodwin University Student Serena Seepersaud is a world traveler who immigrated from Alness, Guyana, to America at the age of four. An accomplished graduate of Connecticut River Academy (CTRA), Serena earned … Continue reading Student Success Story: Serena Seepersaud
Are you ready to reach your career goals in the new decade? You may be thinking about pursuing a business leadership program. If you are, you are heading toward a bright future with plenty of opportunity. According to the Bureau … Continue reading 6 Benefits of a Business Leadership Program
Are you a registered nurse with a Bachelor’s in Nursing and experience in the field? Awesome! Are ready to take on the next challenge and set of opportunities head-on in the field of nursing? Great! A Master’s in Nursing (MSN) … Continue reading MSN Nursing Program FAQ
Many of us know that we want to leave an impact on society. We know what we’re most passionate about, and therefore, we can start to understand where our paths will take us. We know in what arenas we want … Continue reading What is a Master’s in Public Health (MPH) Degree?
Today, more and more nurses are pursuing their Bachelor’s in Nursing (BSN) degree. All the while, more and more employers are requiring – or at least preferring – it. According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, 78% of healthcare employers prefer to … Continue reading Considering BSN School? 7 Questions to Ask