Are you instinctively drawn to a career that combines science, health care, and the opportunity to work directly with patients as an important member of a medical team? Do you also enjoy highly detailed work that requires organization and accuracy?
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For a recent college graduate, there are few things more exciting than nailing an interview and being offered a job.
But making the transition from student to successful professional can be incredibly nerve-wracking.
How do you actually keep that job, and begin moving upward into positions with more responsibility and reward?
Paralegals in Ontario are non-lawyer agents who are licensed to provide certain legal services to members of the public. Paralegals can handle quite a broad range of legal matters, making this career path particularly challenging and rewarding.
According to market research conducted by the Canadian government, demand for paralegal services has increased significantly in recent years, driven by good economic growth and constant changes in legislation and related regulations.
Photo credit: Matt MolinariWhen it comes to early childhood education, nothing is more important than forming meaningful relationships with the youngsters under your care.
Given that a child's first 5-7 years are so crucial for social and intellectual development, it's no surprise that behavior management is a key part of the relationship-building process.
Learning how to observe, understand, and effectively respond to challenging behavior is key to building trust with children.
With trust comes better communication, which in turn helps kids learn and grow. That's why behavior intervention is a key component of early childhood education training.
Afsana Nodrat, Community Support Worker graduate, Herzing College Winnipeg
Wise words from education expert Ken Coates, co-author of the book, "What to Consider When You are Considering University" (Dundurn, 2014).
If you're weighing your options after high school (or want to change careers a bit later in life), a four-year university degree may not be your ideal route to success.
When a fungal meningitis outbreak swept across the United States in 2012, affecting over 800 people, the FDA traced its origin back to a compounding pharmacy in Massachusetts.
Did you know that each of us has our own distinct way of learning? The way you build knowledge and develop new skills is unique, and identifying which methods work best for you can have a big impact on your success at school and throughout your career.
Life is all about experiences. They turn a mere existence into a fascinating journey through the unknown and exciting. Having spent a year in Toronto, I can confidently say that studying abroad is one of those experiences.
At first sight, travelling across the globe seems very intimidating. It took me a while to take my courage in both hands and apply for my program of choice.
The opportunities were too big to miss. Toronto is one of the best cities in the world to do business, consistently ranked at the top when it comes to global competitiveness, employment opportunities and quality of life.
A leader in education and research, it has a wide variety of academic institutions that offer a huge range of courses for every taste.
Herzing College caught my eye because their business program has a great selection of courses which give you a general idea about Canadian business and prepare you well for a new career path.
A couple of years ago I found myself single and without employment. What was I going to do? I was watching TV one day and I saw a Herzing College Winnipeg commercial. The graduates that were featured impressed me; especially the woman who said that she had started her program at 38 years old. I thought how wonderful it would be if I could go to college and receive a diploma. The thought came and went.