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Career Tips / healthcare, medical specialties, nursing,

What Can I Do with an Associate’s Degree in Medical Specialties?

Whether you’re already working to earn your associate’s degree in Medical Specialties or are just thinking about it, here are five careers you should consider.

February 17, 2017

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Career Tips / career tips, college degree, healthcare, nursing, respiratory therapy,

The Future of Healthcare in Utah and Idaho

The landscape in Utah and Idaho is changing, and not in a way you might assume; instead of shifting mountains or crumbling canyons, it’s the landscape of the healthcare industry that’s undergoing the most profound changes. This article will review the state of the healthcare industry in both Utah and Idaho as well as discuss the future of these healthcare sectors for years to come.

January 24, 2017
the best college degrees for app developers

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Career Tips / career tips, college degree, college life, IT, programming, shc, Stevens-Henager College, StevensHenager, technology,

Mobile Is Taking Over: The Best Degrees for Future App Developers

The tech field has been booming since the early 90’s, with no signs of slowing down anytime soon. A job in the tech industry could be an excellent option for anyone looking to secure a good, stable, lucrative career. Regardless of where you are in your schooling, now could be the perfect time to earn your degree in the tech field.

January 10, 2017
3 tips for staying motivated in college

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Student life / college degree, college life, motivation, shc, Stevens-Henager College, student life,

3 Tips For Staying Motivated In College

Going to college can be a rewarding experience, but only if you can put in the effort to succeed. For some people, this is easier said than done.

January 6, 2017
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Career Tips / career, college degree, IT, Stevens-Henager College, technology,

Will My IT Degree Be Relevant in 4 Years? (Hint: Yes, but Always Keep Learning)

If you’ve been considering a career in information technology, a college degree in IT is the obvious route. But is this a smart move in terms of job security and financial stability down the road? Here are some factors to consider when pursuing your degree, along with some ideas on how to determine if your degree will keep you relevant for years to come.

Return on Investment

Despite the rising costs of a college degree, the U.S. Census Bureau reports that those with a bachelor’s degree earn 67.7 percent more than those with only a high school diploma, on average.1 That’s a pretty significant difference in income.

December 9, 2016
4 tips for deciding on the right college program

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Student life

Finding the Right College Program: 4 Things to Think About

Deciding on a college degree program can be a difficult task. Although you know you want to go to college, that doesn’t necessarily mean you know what to study. How do you know if you’ll enjoy a particular career? What kind of degree does your dream job require? These are important questions that can have a big impact on the path you choose.

December 7, 2016
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Faculty / hard work, shc, Stevens-Henager College, success,

No Secrets, Shortcuts, or Wormholes to Success

What I have to say about doing well in school, or life, will probably be unpopular. When it comes to homework, excelling at work, or reaching our highest aspirations in life, we are all looking for shortcuts. That’s just human nature; we all do it. Who wouldn’t like a shortcut once in a while?  We’re constantly being told that we “deserve” it, but the truth is we don’t deserve it anymore than other people do.

December 2, 2016
why it is never too late to get your GED

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Student life / college degree, diploma, GED, shc, Stevens-Henager College, StevensHenager,

Why It’s Never Too Late to Get Your GED® and Earn a College Degree

There are many reasons you may not have a high school diploma. Maybe you started working at a young age to support your family, choosing early to put your career ahead of academics. Maybe, for one reason or another, you never had the opportunity to graduate from high school. Perhaps as a teenager you didn’t see the value of an education and you simply chose not to complete high school. Whatever the reason, not having a diploma has likely had a negative effect on you at some point. If you’re unable to meet basic educational qualifications, finding a job can be difficult. Or, if you have a job, you’re more likely to be passed up for promotions and raises by coworkers with more education.

November 18, 2016
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Career Tips / multitasking, productivity, shc,

7 Rules for Being Ultra-Productive

“For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned.”
—Benjamin Franklin

We all know them: those among us who seem to defy the laws of time and space that bind the rest of us mere mortals. These are people who seem to accomplish double or triple—or more—than we do in the same amount of time.

November 9, 2016
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Career Tips / healthcare, respiratory therapist, respiratory therapy, shc,

How to Become a Certified Respiratory Therapist

Are you looking for a fast-growing career in the medical field? Consider becoming a respiratory therapist.

October 27, 2016
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Career Tips / career, career tips, computer, IT, programming, shc, Stevens-Henager College, student life,

5 Reasons It’s Not Too Late to Start a Career in Technology

If you’re exploring new education or professional opportunities, the technology sector may have caught your eye as a potential career. But deciding to switch your career direction and go back to school for a technology-related degree can be scary,

October 11, 2016
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Faculty / anniversary, birthday, celebration, college degree, diploma, graduation, shc, SHCTurns125, Stevens-Henager College,

Looking back and moving forward: insights from the Nampa campus

This month, Stevens-Henager College is celebrating 125 years since its founding in Ogden, Utah. In the past 125 years, a lot has changed; several degree programs became available over time.

October 7, 2016
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