Do you have a passion for helping others? Are you caring, patient, and have excellent communication skills? Do you feel like you have a calling to serve your fellow man in need? If so, a career in human services may … Continue reading Human Services vs. Social Work: What’s the Difference?
Have you ever watched a small child encounter something for the first time? Do you remember how they interacted with it? Did they carefully observe it, did they pick it up, shake it and listen, sniff it or lick it? … Continue reading The Hundred Languages of Children: What They Are & How They Inform Reggio Emilia Learning
The teenage years of your child’s life is a period of intense growth not only physically, but emotionally and intellectually. Therefore, making sure they are in an educational environment that facilitates that growth is extremely important to their future success. … Continue reading 4 Experiences Your Teen Can Have in an Environmental Science and Technology High School
Congratulations! You’ve worked hard to become a Registered Nurse. You accomplished prerequisites, got yourself into an associate or professional diploma program, studied hard, and passed your National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX). You took your RN license straight into a career … Continue reading How to Go from Your RN to MSN Online
In the nursing field, there are many advantages to earning a Master’s in Nursing (MSN) degree. Graduates who earn their MSN degree qualify for more managerial positions, higher earning potential, and increased flexibility and autonomy within their positions. But what … Continue reading Five Reasons to Earn Your Master’s in Nursing Online
Occupational therapy is one of the most critical professions for helping people recover from a variety of health problems. This growing, diverse career is needed in various practice areas and settings – hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation facilities, and more. Not only is … Continue reading The Occupational Therapy Assistant Job Description: What You Can Expect
Nationwide, the number of new Respiratory Therapist (RT) positions is expected to increase 23 percent in the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Connecticut healthcare employers anticipate that, collectively, more than 30 Respiratory Therapist jobs will open … Continue reading How to Become a Respiratory Therapist in Connecticut
Metal-work. Technology. Precision. Innovation. Creation. These are just some of the many things that define a CNC machinist career. If you are well-versed in computers, have a desire to bring products to life, and are interested in a cutting-edge manufacturing … Continue reading CNC Machinist Careers are on the Rise: The CNC Machinist Job Outlook in Connecticut
If you’re interested in working in the health care field, there’s a good chance it’s because you want to help others. One important function in the health field is that of phlebotomists. But what exactly is phlebotomy? And what does … Continue reading Phlebotomy Training 101: Your Questions, Answered
Do you have an interest in the human body? The Histotechnician programs at Goodwin College could lead to you to an exciting career preparing biological tissues for diagnosis, an essential process in biology and medicine today. Histology, to break it down, … Continue reading What You’ll Learn in Goodwin’s Histotechnician Programs
Connecticut State Department of Education has named Riverside Magnet School at Goodwin College a 2016-2017 School of Distinction for the school’s extraordinary growth in the state’s Accountability Index. The achievement rests with the extraordinary SBAC scores from the school’s third … Continue reading Riverside Magnet School Recognized as a School of Distinction!
by Dr. Michael Wolter, Program Director, Management and Leadership Experiences in your personal life can profoundly influence how you perform at work. After my divorce, I found myself as a single parent with two jobs, half-time custody of a two-year-old … Continue reading Bringing Life to Work, Bringing Work to Life
We are in the middle of another industrial revolution (our fourth, to be exact), according to author and professor Klaus Schwab. In the late 1700s, America established factories for manufacturing. In the early 20th century, we welcomed automobiles. And after … Continue reading The Future of Manufacturing in Connecticut
‘Do I really have the time go back to earn a higher degree?’ ‘Would going back to school be worth it?’ ‘Can I even afford to pursue a graduate nursing degree?’ If you are a BSN graduate and a licensed … Continue reading Should You Pursue a Graduate Nursing Degree?
The study of Management is an enormous topic, encompassing numerous skills and disciplines related to the business world. There is theory involved, sciences including psychology and politics, studies of leadership and ethics, skills in finance and economics… the list goes … Continue reading Which Master’s in Management Program is Right for You?
Magnet schools first emerged back in the civil rights movement as a desegregation tool and to this day, have continued to build their reputations as innovative, visionary, public-choice schools open to all students, regardless of their zip code. Today there … Continue reading What the Best Magnet Schools All Have in Common
As a parent, you know that getting your child into the right school is a top priority. Between checking out the local public school, learning about your magnet and charter school options, and keeping private education in the back of … Continue reading Navigating the Magnet School Application Process in Connecticut
Are you looking to get into the rapidly growing, in-demand healthcare field, but you’re not sure what sort of career to pursue? Maybe the healthcare careers you normally think of–doctors, nurses, dentists, hygienists, pharmacists–don’t appeal to you. Then a healthcare … Continue reading Reasons to Pursue a Healthcare Science Degree