You don't like your job, you need to make more money, or you're feeling the itch that signals it's time for a change. So how do you find a new job before you quit your old one? Respectfully, considerately and with a great deal of planning.
Stumped on where to find scholarships? Rachel Smith, Project and Student Services Specialist at Columbia College, is back with her tips on finding the right scholarships for you.
Earning your college degree may not be easy, but it does have a great impact on your life. For Bailey Hoffman, getting that degree required a lot of planning, list-making and prioritizing, but it all paid off in the end.
From better job opportunities to a knowledge base you can rely on throughout your career, there really is no limit on the benefits of a college education. For Randy Sanchez, those benefits led to him becoming the award-winning GM of the mall where he first learned about Columbia College!
Ever felt like the flexibility offered by online courses is a little too flexible? Then virtual hybrid courses may be for you. Learn more about how it combines a traditional classroom with the convenience of online learning.
Head shots: no longer just for performers and models. Today, more than ever, head shots are an important part of being a professional. Before you get yours taken, scroll through our guide of professional head shot best practices.
When starting a new business, it's important to analyze what will or could possibly impact the company. A great way to do that is through a SWOT Analysis. We'll take you through the process.
Choosing a major is a lot like choosing a car. It really comes down to what you're wanting out the choice you pick, and whether or not it will take you to where you want to go. In some cases, it may be best to go with something that covers more ground.
The Nursing Pinning Ceremony is steeped in tradition. It's a rite of passage for nursing students as they transition to their professional careers. Learn more about the celebratory ceremony that's been taking place for more than 100 years.
You've earned your associate degree - a major accomplishment! But now what? We asked Charlie Mackey of Columbia College a few questions about your potential next steps.