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The East Palo Alto and Belle Haven Communities are excited to offer their residents and workers the opportunity to complete their bachelor's degree through Working Scholars. Working Scholars is a college pathway program, designed around the needs of the working adult, with the aim of removing two of the largest barriers to a college degree - time and money. Through Working Scholars, you may be able to obtain your college degree at no cost, on your own time, from your computer and mobile device.
After other test prep resources proved ineffective, Miranda turned to Study.com. She shares how using Study.com helped her learn better by addressing multiple learning styles and pass her nursing school entry test.
Study.com's school ranking lists are created using a proprietary ranking system that includes data from the U.S. Department of Education and school details. Read on to learn more about Study.com's ranking methodology.
Margrethe is our latest Study.com'er of the Month. She shares her story about passing five teacher certification exams thanks to using Study.com to prepare for them.
Higher education is changing. An institution that once was defined by traditional colleges and exorbitant tuition, education is becoming more accessible due to technology and effort from organizations like Study.com. Lisa Gauthier's story is an example to the new generation of students who will benefit from these changes.
Our November Study.com'er of the Month is Nadine, an adult learner who has ADHD and dyslexia. She shares her story of how Study.com met her needs and helped her learn, regardless of her learning disabilities.
Blanka has been a Study.com team member for more than 3 years and has found many things she likes about the company. Learn what she loves most about working at Study.com.
In honor of October being Learning Disabilities Awareness month, we've chosen Keilah, an eighth grader with dyslexia and dysgraphia, as our Study.com'er of the Month. Learn how using Study.com for homeschooling as helped Keilah with her education.
A college education opens doors to career growth and independence. To help California's public library employees obtain bachelor's degrees, the California State Library and Working Scholars are joining forces to offer a pilot program starting in 2019-2020.
A college education opens doors to career growth and independence. To help graduates of San Diego Public Library's Career Online High School program, the California State Library and Working Scholars are joining forces to offer a pilot program starting in 2019-20. Through a Library Services and Technology Act grant, the pilot program will offer up to seven COHS graduates from San Diego Public Library the opportunity to earn a low- to no-cost bachelor's degree. The partnership aims to further the successes of these graduates and be a stepping stone to career opportunities.
A college education opens doors to career growth and independence. To help graduates of Sacramento Public Library's Career Online High School program, the California State Library and Working Scholars are joining forces to offer a pilot program starting in 2019-20. Through a Library Services and Technology Act grant, the pilot program will offer up to seven COHS graduates from Sacramento Public Library the opportunity to earn a low- to no-cost bachelor's degree. The partnership aims to further the successes of these graduates and be a stepping stone to career opportunities.
A college education opens doors to career growth and independence. To help graduates of San José Public Library's Career Online High School program, the California State Library and Working Scholars are joining forces to offer a pilot program starting in 2019-20. Through a Library Services and Technology Act grant, the pilot program will offer up to seven COHS graduates from San José Public Library the opportunity to earn a low- to no-cost bachelor's degree. The partnership aims to further the successes of these graduates and be a stepping stone to career opportunities.
We're excited to announce that this month's Study.comer of the Month is Jordyn Deems, a 10th-grade homeschool student based in North Richland Hills in the Dallas-Forth area in Texas. Jordyn's mom, Janine, has been a teacher for 18 years and a homeschool parent for 6. Together, they've been using Study.com for homeschool for these past two years.
Working from home means no commuting, no dress code, and no food getting stolen from the office fridge. What's not to like? Read on to see what work from home jobs might be right for you as an English major.
The cost of higher education continues to rise, making it increasingly difficult for many Americans to afford a college education. Study.com is showing how partnering with other organizations can solve this program by creating an affordable pathway to a college degree.
Whether you're looking for regular freelance work or you're just looking to make a little extra money, becoming a Study.com Expert could be a good fit for you. Continue reading to see why becoming a contractor for Study.com is a good option for business majors.
A study that engaged 1.2 million adults over 4 years found that exercise makes you happier and it's suggested that it makes your smarter as well. Keep reading to learn how extra time in the gym will help tighten your body and open your mind.
JobTrain and the Working Scholars program are joining together to provide a subsidized bachelor's degree pathway for JobTrain staff, graduates and students. JobTrain helps Silicon Valley's most in need and provides them with the skills necessary to get a job. However, many times, there is a higher level of skills and credentialing needed to reach self-sufficiency within the Bay Area. This partnership aims to develop a college pathway for the JobTrain community where the achievement of a college degree will be a stepping stone to a truly empowered and dignified professional life.
David Nugent, a facilities coordinator at Mountain View, CA law firm Fenwick & West, has been named as Study.comer of the Month. David's success in earning a bachelor's degree through Study.com's Working Scholars program and subsequently earning a work promotion makes him an inspiration to other Study.comers.
Announcing the first recipient of Study.com's Grant for Teachers! Meet Ashley Cox, an innovative English teacher who works tirelessly to make education engaging and impactful. Hear how she plans to use the $1,000 grant and Study.com membership to benefit her students!
Study.com recently surveyed teachers to find out if they had the resources needed to prevent bullying in schools. Keep reading to find out what they said.
With all the talk of robots taking over jobs and doing more in our everyday lives, Study.com had a key question: are consumers actually ready for AI? We conducted a survey that asked how comfortable consumers are with robots performing various tasks. Keep reading for some surprising artificial intelligence statistics.
Workers today rely heavily on emails, but mistakes can happen. We asked professionals to share the most embarrassing work emails they've ever sent.
Study.com's Working Scholars program was recognized as a 2018 California Nonprofit of the Year. Keep reading to learn more about the program and the recent award.
Study.com recently added about 30 credit-recommended courses to its offering, bringing its total number of credit-granting courses to more than 150 and increasing the options available to students to earn college credit online.
Looking for online freelance work can be tough, but if you have expertise in areas like chemistry, math, physics, economics, finance, accounting, mechanical engineering, business management, or statistics. Study.com could have the perfect solution for you! Read on to learn about Study.com's Expert Q&A contractor opportunity.
Study.com's Working Scholars program has some exciting updates to share. Keep reading to find out what's currently happening and learn the story of one of our scholars.
If you're a reporter who needs background information for a story or some added detail for a feature piece, Study.com can be your source. We have thousands of lessons and articles on a wide variety of topics and in all subjects.
A friend of mine recently almost didn't get hired at a large tech company in Silicon Valley because of his 'lack of emotional intelligence,' as the hiring managers stated it. Insufficient people skills overshadowed his years of experience working in the tech industry and excellence at solving complex math exercises. So what's the takeaway?
''Ok Google, talk to Study.com!''
You've recently been promoted from Team Member at your local chain restaurant or retail store to Manager. Congratulations! You get a new set of responsibilities, a new title, and a pay bump. But what about further training for your new role?
When you were a child, did you dream of becoming a great artist? Or a skilled engineer? Or did you dream big and want to be both? As you've grown up, you might have felt it necessary to choose just one specialization, but blending multiple abilities is more useful than ever now that we're entering the age of artificial intelligence and automation.
Incorporate Study.com's financial literacy course into your curriculum and receive one year of Study.com for free, sponsored by Guardian Insurance. Help your students master the critical life skills of managing their finances and saving for the future.
Ten new college courses recognized by more than 2000 schools are now available online on Study.com. These offerings will bring you closer to your college degree.
Watch the video below to learn more about Study.com's College Accelerator platform and how you can earn transferable college credit on your own time.
Study.com's Teacher Edition will help you engage your students inside and outside the classroom. Read on to learn more about how Study.com can take your instruction to the next level.
We know you're busy. Free time is hard to find. But your goal of getting a college degree doesn't have to be out of reach. Study.com is here to keep up with you. Meet the 21st century classroom.
Gilroy Working Scholars, sponsored by the Gilroy Chamber of Commerce, is providing anyone who lives or works in Gilroy a special opportunity to complete a bachelor's degree for no cost and in a flexible online learning format that fits into the busy life of a working adult.
Study.com's lessons were designed to help students like you learn quickly and efficiently. You can rely on our content and platform to help you achieve higher performance in the classroom.
As a teacher, you are constantly swamped with lesson planning, grading, communicating with parents, etc. Study.com can help you save time, money, and stress - all while increasing student engagement and performance!
Study.com wants to support you so that you can take on your homework with confidence! With Instant Answers, you can receive detailed answers to your toughest questions and make frustration a thing of the past.
We want to help you achieve your dreams of earning a college degree by giving you $1,000 towards your tuition!
Mountain View Working Scholars is providing anyone who lives or works in Mountain View a special opportunity to complete a bachelor's degree for no cost and in a flexible online learning format that fits into the busy life of a working adult.
This degree plan is an example of the courses you'll take as you use Study.com to earn your Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Thomas Edison State University through the Mountain View Working Scholars program.