During the holidays, the lack of schedule and structure, while refreshing, can wreak havoc on the online student’s schedule. Learn some tips to prevent you from falling behind in your schoolwork this holiday season!
“Doing good” benefits your long-term health and happiness while helping others – a win-win situation if we’ve ever heard of one!
Ed4Online is proud to announce that it has been recognized as an Accredited Provider of continuing education by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
This week, as we continue to spotlight the talent behind the Ed4Career brand, we are proud to introduce you to Jason Dellwo, Senior Curriculum Designer with Ed4Career.
“My name is Jason Dellwo and I’ve been with Ed4Career since 2012; first as an independent contractor and, as of August, as a full time curriculum designer. I hold a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice and a Masters in Organizational Leadership.
As we continue our Ed4Career Staff Spotlight series, I thought I would take a moment and introduce myself on this page!
I've been with Ed4Career for over four years and have held many positions within the company, allowing me a thorough understanding of each department. I've been in my current role as Social Media Relations Manager for the past two years and have enjoyed this position immensely. I maintain the social media channels for the Ed4Career brand, as well as develop content for weekly blogs, newsletters, and the creation of branded graphics. My primary responsibilities include creating, managing and growing brand presence across all social media channels as well as acting as an aggregator of online education news and events.
I hold a degree in Social Work from Florida State University and find that connecting people with one another as well as with available resources is a driving force regardless of my workplace.
This week we continue with our Ed4Career Staff Series - sharing our fantastic team member's stories and backgrounds in order to allow you a glimpse of the people and talent behind the Ed4Career brand.
The following letter is from Dr. Laura Quinn, an integral part of Ed4Career's curriculum design team.
This week we are proud to introduce you to Kristy Rolen. Please read the letter below to find out more about Kristy and the amazing work she does with Ed4Career.
"My name is Kristy Rolen and I work with Student Services managing the Online Student Center. I graduated from Taylor University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work with an emphasis in statistical research. I have been with the company for about a year now. My job is a perfect fit for me because I enjoy helping others use technology to improve their life. One of my professional goals is to continually learn new ways to engage the online student by providing practical tips and tools that allow them to be successful.
This week, we continue our series of "Staff Profiles" introducing you to the tremendous talent behind Ed4Career. It is with great pleasure that we introduce you to Marissa Wilson.
Marissa is a Curriculum Designer with Ed4Career and in August she will celebrate her one-year anniversary with the company! Marissa holds a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education and hopes to get her certification in Instructional Design within the next year. In her downtime, she enjoys traveling, swimming, photography and learning about new topics. Marissa currently resides in St. Petersburg, FL.
Marissa's favorite quote is: “What lies behind you and what lies in front of you pales in comparison to what lies inside you” by Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Please join us in recognizing Marissa as a key player on the Ed4Career team!
Continuing with our Ed4Career Staff Spotlight series, this week we are pleased to introduce Erin Fouse.
Erin is the Director of Partner Services for Ed4Career where she has been working for the past two years. Erin has a Masters Degree in the Science of Psychology and has also earned a BS in Psychology and BA in Elementary Education from SUNY Potsdam.
Erin has spent the past 20 years working in the field of education, 15 of those years as a teacher at various levels. Since leaving the public school system, Erin has moved to working in the adult education arena, assisting Military Spouses, WIA Candidates, Veterans and the general public with working on vocational rehabilitation and earning professional and national certifications through Ed4Career’s online education programs.
Over the next few months, we would like to shine a spotlight on all the hard working staff behind Ed4Career. This week, we'd like to introduce our Director of Student Services, Allison Mack.
Allison has been with Ed4Career for nearly three years beginning as the company’s first registrar. She was instrumental in the development of the Student Services department and has experience in a variety of positions including student support, textbooks and student resources. As Director of Student Services, Allison oversees all departments that support Ed4Career’s student and faculty in the classroom. This includes the enrollment process, student & faculty support, textbook support, career coaching and financial responsibilities.
Allison graduated with a Sociology degree from Northern Michigan University. She enjoys working with people and helping them achieve goals & succeed in their accomplishments.