Trade schools are often overshadowed by four-year colleges and universities, making it difficult for students to understand how a trade school education can be more beneficial than a four-year degree. Here are a few of the frequent questions that students have when trying to determine if a trade school program is right for them. What […]
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Vocational and technical education is being pushed in the forefront around the world once again. Technical education doesn’t require the amount of time that university degree programs require, but they can produce highly skilled workers with the skills that employers need. It’s a great choice for countries looking to improve their workforce and economic competitiveness. […]
Offseason Golf Tips As winter approaches, the cold weather numbers your days on the golf course. This period can be tough for any golfer. The time off causes a loss of feel, strength, flexibility, and timing. However, there are ways to keep your skills fresh while you’re off. Try this: Performing line drills with or […]
Anxiety can be an all-consuming event. Imagine yourself on the first tee, mentally going through your routine, checking your stance, gripping the club for the first drive that day, going through all your mental checkpoints and suddenly you begin to feel anxious and nervous.
Special Olympics Pennsylvania (“SOPA”), a branch of the much larger global Special Olympics movement, provides venues for athletes with special challenges to enjoy the benefits offered by participating in competitive sporting events.
For golfers on the East Coast, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy a round. Here is a look at some of the top golf resorts in the Northeast.
Diet is one of the most important factors in building a strong body. If you are not getting the nutrition that your body needs, you are not going to get the strength you desire. In today’s article, we’re going to be going over the top foods that help the body build muscle faster.
Vocational jobs are those that do not require a four-year degree period certification. They may require a license depending on the field. Sometimes they learn the trade on the job. In the face of improving automated and forecasts of a huge reduction in employment, blue-collar tasks are becoming electronic. The release of technological innovations is […]
Aspiring teachers and education administrators often have a difficult time choosing the right college or university to earn their degrees. Below is a list of some of the top-ranked colleges and universities offering these degrees as ranked by the U.S. News and World Report in 2017. Vanderbilt University Located in Nashville, TN, this university offers […]
With students heading back to school, it’s a great time to read the news as an educator. New developments in education and career options are usually rolled out at the start of the school year, as well as highlights from what’s working in the education sphere — and what isn’t.