So, you found you are passionate about the field of public health. In order to advance in this field, you are considering a Master’s in Public Health (MPH) degree. It is no secret that earning your Master’s in Public Health … Continue reading What are the Requirements for an MPH Degree?
Nursing is a widely-recognized and wide-ranging profession. Currently, there are over 3.8 million registered nurses (RNs) in the United States, and the vast majority (almost 85%) are actively working in the nursing field. Despite these statistics, however, nursing is not … Continue reading 5 Majors Similar to Nursing Where You Can Make a Difference
Morticians – also known as funeral directors – play a vital role in our culture and the greater cycle of life. However, there are many misconceptions around this career path. As a result, you may be wondering, “What is it … Continue reading What is it Like to Be a Funeral Director (or Mortician) Today?
Now, more than ever, the world needs quality healthcare professionals. If you are interested in a career within this growing industry, but do not wish to spend many years in medical school, you may wish to become a healthcare administrator. … Continue reading What is a Healthcare Administrator, and What Does a Healthcare Administrator Do?
When it comes to the nursing profession, there are hundreds of different pathways you can take. We’ve talked about the ABC’s of nursing credentials, and the various types of nurses you can become to make an impact in this field. … Continue reading The Different Levels of Nursing Degrees, Explained
Students often come to us asking, “Is transferring colleges hard?” This is not surprising. Transferring colleges can be an intimidating process for many first-time college students. It can involve a lot of paperwork, for example, and time to acclimate to … Continue reading Is It Hard to Transfer Colleges? What You Should Know
A master’s degree gives teachers a promising advantage at any career stage. According to 2021 National Education Association (NEA) research, first-year teachers in Connecticut make an average of $46,905 annually, while the average salary for more experienced teachers is $78,427 … Continue reading Can You Earn Your M.Ed. Online?
When looking towards your professional future, you may find yourself drawn to the ever-growing career field of public health. There are so many specializations that fall under the realm of public health, and each offers unique job opportunities. An advanced … Continue reading 5 MPH Job Opportunities You May Encounter After Graduation
Manufacturing offers many exciting opportunities for forward-thinking professionals. Today, manufacturing specialists take on high-tech, hands-on roles, creating and working with the latest advancements in technology. AI, robotics, computerization, and automation are at the heart of the field – but companies … Continue reading Mechatronics vs. CNC Machining: What’s the Difference Between These Fields?
On any given weekend, can you be found volunteering at the local children’s hospital, delivering meals to seniors, fundraising for arts curriculum, or petitioning for environmental preservation? Would you like to spend more than just your free time on something … Continue reading 6 Leadership Careers That Will Make a Difference
Manufacturing continues to be a booming industry here in the United States. Thanks to advancements in technology, manufacturers are forging ahead with rapid production rates every year. Whether you are a seasoned manufacturing worker, or looking to jump into this … Continue reading How to Become a Manufacturing Manager
With over three million Registered Nurses employed in the United States, it’s clear to see why RNs are considered the frontrunners—and the backbone—of the medical team. On an average day, a Registered Nurse can be found assessing patients’ symptoms, administering … Continue reading How to Get a BSN in Two Years or Less
Nurses have the unique ability to make an impact on people’s lives while also enjoying professional success. Nurses seeking to advance their knowledge, skills, and career potential may find themselves looking towards higher-level credentials in the field. Becoming an advanced … Continue reading APRN vs. FNP: Is There a Difference Between These Nursing Credentials?
Prior to the arrival of COVID-19, many low-income Black and Latinx students seeking an education were already forced to face unnecessary uphill battles. Once the pandemic took hold, the disproportionate economic and health inequalities of students impacted by the global … Continue reading Supporting Goodwin Students through Postsecondary Persistence
Student Writers Win Awards at Goodwin Humanities Festival by Randy Laist, Professor of English, Goodwin University The act of writing is a powerful thing. It can communicate perspectives, plumb the depths of the human soul, and build new worlds out … Continue reading Student Writers Win Awards at Goodwin Humanities Festival
The Lens of Leadership: Looking at the World in a Different Way by Dr. Sandi Coyne-Gilbert, MBA, DM As we look back on the past year and a half, we can’t help pondering the lessons we’ve learned. As we rewind … Continue reading The Lens of Leadership: Looking at the World a Different Way
“Life’s most urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” – Martin Luther King, Jr. Have you always imagined yourself in a career that involves helping others? Are you a caring, patient, and compassionate person? If you have always … Continue reading What is a Human Services Major All About?
Criminal justice is an impactful, out-of-the-box field where you can make a difference. On daily basis, criminal justice professionals work hard to protect the communities in which they serve. Law enforcement officers, criminal investigators, government agents, prison guards, and courts … Continue reading 12 Criminal Justice Skills that Will Lead to Success