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Make Sure Your Certificate Stacks Up

July 30, 2019 by Karen Grossman |

If developing new skills or a new career in the nonprofit sector interests you, consider an academic certificate in nonprofit management. A graduate certificate gives you specialized learning, such as grant writing, marketing, strategic planning, and fundraising—and experience that leads to

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Volunteer Finds Career in Nonprofits

June 28, 2019 by Karen Grossman |

As a UNC Greensboro undergraduate student, Joshua Leeper was an active volunteer. When he learned he could make that kind of work his career, he jumped at the chance to start his own nonprofit.

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Elevate Your Thinking with Skills for Law School

April 03, 2019 by Karen Grossman |

Philosophy majors are employed in nearly every field you can imagine, including law. If law school is in your future, a philosophy degree may be right for you.

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Why Philosophy Works for Many Careers

March 26, 2019 by Karen Grossman |

What do a former FDIC chair, Wikipedia co-founder, journalist, and retired Associate Justice of the Supreme Court have in common? Sheila Bair, Larry Sanger, Katy Tur, and David Souter all have philosophy degrees.

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Programs for a Supply Chain Management Career

Whether you need a degree to back up a decade of experience or your background is in business and a new career interests you, you can advance in supply chain management with UNCG’s online programs.

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As Tech Shapes Future, Employers Want Soft Skills

May 18, 2018 by Karen Grossman |

While technology skills are certainly helpful in today’s changing workplace, studies find that employers are looking for employees with soft skills, according to an article by Jeffrey J. Selingo in The Washington Post.

Being able to communicate will make you a hot commodity in today’s job

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Liberal Arts Skills Wanted

April 23, 2018 by Karen Grossman |

The technology field may be growing, but don’t discount a liberal arts degree. Tech jobs are creating a need for liberal arts grads too.

According to an article by Betsy Corcoran in EdSurge, the technology field needs employees with the skills to interpret tech, communicate it in a simpler way

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