What's your dream career path after graduating from business college? Want to manage an office, land an executive assistant job, work in marketing for a global brand? Maybe even start your own business?
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Thinking about earning a diploma in graphic design? Wondering if you've got the raw talent needed to do well in training, and build a successful career in this field?
Considering starting graphic design training this year? Think you've already got a pretty solid grasp of basic design terms and concepts?
Updated November, 2020.
Every career has its ups and downs. No matter which profession you choose, there'll be parts of the job you won't exactly love.
Have you been thinking about becoming a paralegal, but need a bit of a push to get the ball rolling with training and licensing? This post is for you.
There's a big leap between watching Scandal or Law & Order, and feeling really excited about starting a legal career—and actually researching colleges and enrolling in a paralegal program!
Many people get stuck in that gap, and it takes them years to finally start training and get their career off the ground.
What does it take to do well in architectural design training, and build a successful career in the field?
Updated January 2021
When most people think about graphic design jobs, they envision working in marketing or advertising, doing websites, logos, and creating promotional materials for print or digital.
Are you thinking about a career in healthcare, and wondering if medical office administration is a safe bet and rewarding field?
What kind of person is drawn to medical office administrator training? In our experience, the kind of people who choose this program (and do really well in the career) share a few specific characteristics and goals:
1) They're generally interested in the field of medicine and health care, and want to be part of a clinical team.
2) They're natural "organizers" who are fairly detail-oriented, and enjoy taking charge.
3) They're practical—these students are looking for a quick training program that will lead directly to a job in health care (rather than pursuing years of university study).
4) Most importantly, they are looking for a career that focuses on helping others—specifically, helping people protect their most valuable asset in life: their health.
Pursuing Architectural Design Training in Toronto? Herzing Instructor, Jacob Allderdice Has Advice for New Students
Are you considering a career in architectural design? Wondering what college training programs look like, and what your employment options would be after graduation?
You've come to right place! This week, we're talking with Herzing's Architectural Design Program instructor, Jacob Allderdice, a veteran design professional with decades of industry experience and plenty of advice for prospective design students.