I'm looking into a masters in career counseling for college students-- advising for undergrad and/or career services would be ideal. As a backup, I'd also enjoy working in student affairs such as the registrar or academic services. While I know there are masters programs for higher ed/student services, I do know of many that worked their way into higher positions through experience, so there is clearly more than one route. So, I'm wondering if a masters in career counseling with a practicum with college students would allow for a career shift into student affairs as well should I choose to do so. I'm hoping I wouldn't have to go back and get a second masters degree to work in another department. Thanks!
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
1. Academic Coordinator
2. Executive Director/PDSO
In other words, what do they do or should do?
I am college student, and I've found my dream job and that is to plan large scale events. Now my major is Psychology and I'm doing a minor in management, so I feel I could put my degree to use in this position. However, I need to find a way to get myself into that catering/event planning environment and I can't decide which way would be best. Any suggestions?
So im 16 and i want to be a video game creative director so my question is what do i have to do to become one , I mean what kind of schools (design, engineering , etc ?? ) i need to go to ? Im currently in high school and i want to know where to go after i finish high school ?
My brother just graduated in June and is currently waiting tables. What sort of job employers would be looking to hire him?
20 years of military service, retired as a Sergeant First Class (SFC/E7), military police, Bachelors in Criminal Justice (CJ), Masters in CJ, and instructed students in college for CJ and Applied Management, Drill Sergeant, Deployed 3 - 4 times, worked with civilians and military personnel in a law enforcement compacity, always put family and co-workers before himself
I am very interested in Religious Education and I would like to get a degree in it, but i was wondering what sort of jobs i could get from this degree? Thanks
I know that most funeral homes are family owned and I heard that it was difficult to find a job in this field but I thought I could manage. I've been trying to find an internship lately though and no one will hire me. I know it isn't just me because I'm professional, well spoken and good looking. I've never had trouble finding a job before. I'm also already a funeral services student at a board certified school so it isn't like I'm just some random person off the street.
I am looking to get into psychology but I don't want to go to graduate school. People have scared me away and said the competition for clinical psychologists is fierce in the US. I'd like to put in 4 years or so. I'd be happy with being a mental health aid. What kind of jobs can you get with a bachelors?
I'm entering my senior year and I want to go into higher education. I like Student Affairs but I don't want to limit myself to that one area.
I'm looking for a degree that I can use in multiple areas so that if I don't like one area, I can do well in another.
Does anyone have any program suggestions?
Im applying for the post of "welfare director" in an engineering student society so i need to face an interview very soon.
Can you plz suggest some good projects i can propose during my interview.... basically, what can i say if they ask me what i plan to do as the Welfare director?
I want to start a sat prep class where students can learn vocab and other skills needed for cracking the sat but what do i have to do such as legally in order to have my organization up and running
yea but i am 15 does that make a difference
What are some things i should know about before going to job corps?
Well im going to be attending Joliet job corps center very soon. I was just wondeing what i should be expecting when i get there?
Plz someone give me some advice on how i should go about this and etc
Does the certificate have different value in India and broad?Is it possible to get in to Management side job after doing MSc?? What all kind of Jobs are available. Doing a master course abroad needs Work exp. does this one need to, if i am looking in Europe or in London?
I am an international Engineering PHd student in US. My I20 says specificly how much should I get payed during whole year (12 month). but after 2 years my adviser reduces my salary and The only reason for that is to be able to fund another student. (he hasn't officially told me this).
What should I do? is this legal?
I am wondering if it is to find a job as mortician or if it is hard to find a job? and how long does it generally take for someone to become a mortician? Thanks!
I'm a recent college graduate with a BA in sociology and can't seem to find the right career for myself. I am thinking about going to Graduate school just because I can't find my ideal job.
If you have any suggestions on specific career paths..... Please suggest away!!!
I am a student in standard 12th and very interested in interior decoration. However people tell me its not a high paying job. Can someone please throw light into a career as an Interior decorator.
Isn't borrowing another trillion dollars just pushing the economic fallout down the road for another 2 years? Did the last $800B bailout have any effect?
Isn't this like saying, "Honey, I lost my job today so I think to maintain our standard of living we should take a $40,000 draw on our credit card and buy a new car, some new clothes, and maybe take a vacation" ?
Won't there big a price to pay in the near future?