Ed4Career Blog

Take Your Learning Outside

By Kris Powers | May 31st 2017

Young woman working outside on laptop

One of the main benefits of taking online courses is the flexibility to do your work whenever you wish, wherever you are. With beautiful weather finally here, it’s a perfect time to take your learning outside!

Remembering Those Who Have Served

By Kris Powers | May 26th 2017

Memorial Day

Memorial Day is a day of remembrance, a time to honor the men and women who have died while serving in the U.S. military.

Career Planning

By Kris Powers | May 23rd 2017

Woman in business clothes

Career planning is helpful for anyone at any age or stage – whether you are still in school or not, seeking to improve your skills to advance in your current field or interested in changing your job or career entirely.

In-Demand IT Jobs 2017

By Kris Powers | May 16th 2017

Internet Technology

In today’s ever-changing world of Internet Technology, the importance of high quality career training has never been greater.

Happy Mother's Day!

By Kris Powers | May 12th 2017

Happy Mother's Day

Take time on Mother’s Day to thank those who have played a maternal role in your life!

Online Students: What to Expect in 2017

By Kris Powers | May 9th 2017


The number of students enrolled in online courses has grown, representing a shift in higher education.

National Military Appreciation Month

By Kris Powers | May 1st 2017

Flag with soldiers in foreground

The month of May is characterized by six national observances which highlights the contributions of those who have served.

Meeting the Needs of Nontraditional Students

By Kris Powers | April 25th 2017

Man with laptop

It would appear that our “nontraditional” students have now become our “new traditional” students.

Earth Day - Environmental & Climate Literacy

By Kris Powers | April 18th 2017

Woman in Recycle T-shirt

The celbration of Earth Day is meant to “broaden and diversify the environmental movement worldwide."

Counseling Awareness Month

By Kris Powers | April 11th 2017

Counseling Session

Getting your worries out in the open, particularly with someone trained to help you manage them, is a good thing for your well-being.