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Student Success Stories

Writing Like a Champion

More than five years ago, Vincent Chu took an important step toward officially becoming a writer: enrolling in The Craft of Writing, a required course in the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program... continue reading Writing Like a Champion

Health Care Dream Fulfilled Through Advocacy Role

Cara Sperry was about five years into her job as a vocational trainer at Computer Technologies Program in Berkeley, when her brother, a U.S. citizen, suffered a fall while living in South Korea.... continue reading Health Care Dream Fulfilled Through Advocacy Role

Bringing Order to Rural Agricultural Development

In Nepal, agriculture is considered one of the major economic sectors—employing 66 percent of the total population and contributing 33 percent to the GDP. With such a high dependency placed on... continue reading Bringing Order to Rural Agricultural Development

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Latest Voices Blog Posts

The Elusive Work/Life/Study Balance

The concept of achieving and maintaining work/life balance feels like one of those buzzwords that is touted, but not often fully ingrained in the corporate culture. When a 40-hour work week looks... continue reading The Elusive Work/Life/Study Balance

Infographic: Work/Life/Study Balance Tips

There are numerous resources at your disposal to ensure that you don’t go off-balance when taking a single course or a full certificate’s curriculum. Here are my favorite tips that are not only... continue reading Infographic: Work/Life/Study Balance Tips

Prescription Drug Abuse: Prevention as Treatment

On October 26, 2017, President Donald Trump declared the opioid epidemic "a national public health emergency" under federal law. As a result, agencies had a 90-day window—which has been extended... continue reading Prescription Drug Abuse: Prevention as Treatment

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