Whether you are studying music in an academic setting, pursuing a career in the music industry, or educating the next Mozart, you have likely been asked questions like:
I didn’t know you could study music in college. What are you going to do with your degree in music?
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U.S. Department of Education-sponsored programs in Career and Technical Education prepare students for a wide variety of occupations, including business careers.
In support of their efforts, this week we’re profiling the growing field of market research analysts and marketing specialists.
Networking is about developing relationships that could be helpful to you in your job search and your career.
Building a professional network is achievable for almost everyone, by following these steps to identify your network and develop it.
The FAFSA is your best route to getting financial aid for college.
October’s National Manufacturing Day aims to “inspire the next generation of manufacturers.”
There are more than 2,500 events scheduled throughout the country on October 5.
Finding paid work in high school can be very difficult when you haven’t had a job before.
Internships are a great way to get real work experience for a good career after high school.
Have you ever asked yourself: “What would it be like to do work I am really passionate about?”
And the natural follow up question: “How do I find a job like that?”
The dazzle of being on camera or stage! The thrill of performing! The attention and applause!
Is your ultimate dream to work in the entertainment industry?
Want to wow an employer with your skills, and create a memorable impression of the quality of work you’ve done?
Consider building a portfolio—a collection of your past work samples— to bring to interviews, send to prospective employers, or even post online.
Take a look at this list of careers that will keep you around animals nearly every day of your work life.