Monthly Archives: January 2014

Alumni Spotlight: Paralegal Alumna Tina Panske Returns as Instructor

Her signature giggle gives it away that she has returned to campus, not only as an alumnus, but as a paralegal instructor for Globe University-Green Bay. Tina Panske graduated in December 2012 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Paralegal Studies. I got the opportunity to catch up with her and see how her career has been
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5 Secrets of Small Business Success

How can you learn the little known secrets of owning a small business? Ask a small business owner! Guest speaker, and business owner, Matthew Metzger of Orange Computer visited Brady Lowe’s Globe University-La Crosse class to share his experience and success tips with Globe business students. During his discussion, he shed light on five little
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Getting a Job Before Graduation: A Paralegal Success Story

“The moment I met Jamie at new student orientation, I knew she had what it takes to be successful at Globe and in the paralegal world,” shared Rebekah Myer, lead instructor of the Globe University paralegal degree program. Rebekah was right. Jamie Stark, a dedicated paralegal student was hired as an Assistant Clerk of Courts
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5 Career Tips to Land Your Next Job

You’ve got your degree and you’re ready to go out and start a career. Now what? Whether it’s on paper, online or in person, you want to publicize your accomplishments to potential employers—don’t leave them guessing what qualities you bring to the table. It may feel uncomfortable promoting yourself but if you don’t, who will? It’s
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Engineering Students Excel at Certification Exam

SolidWorks is a leading CAD software used in the mechanical design industry. There are three levels of certification available for industry professionals. Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA): for students that finish a mechanical program. Certified SolidWorks Professional (CSWP): for people that have worked in the industry for a couple years Certified SolidWorks Expert (CSWE): for power
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The Honor Roll: Two Reflections, 62 Reasons to Celebrate

With another successful quarter behind us, Globe University-Madison West recognizes the following students who went above and beyond to achieve high honors and honors status for the Fall 2013 quarter. Achieving honors is more than just your name on a list. When added to your resume, it could make the difference in getting that interview
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Cups, Fire & Spoons: Massage Therapy Students Explore Eastern Techniques

While a massage therapist’s tool of choice is typically their own two hands, some massage therapists enjoy incorporating other tools into their practice. Students in the massage therapy program taking Anatomy and Physiology this quarter learned first-hand about two eastern medicine techniques, cupping therapy and gua sha. Both techniques are used to move blood, increasing
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Connecting with Your Online Classmates Just Got Easier with My Blackboard

As a Globe University-Online student, forming relationships with your virtual peers can be a difficult concept to wrap your head around. However, thanks to the updates made in your Campus Connect portal, you can now easily connect and even see pictures of your fellow students, much like a Facebook or LinkedIn profile! When asked what
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Target Layoffs a Reminder to Keep Your Résumé Up to Date

Retail giant Target announced Wednesday plans to lay off 475 employees worldwide and not fill another 700 jobs.  The move from the Minneapolis-based company comes on the heels of a data breach during the holiday season, and 150 layoffs in October 2013. “Target continually assesses our operating model to ensure we are well-positioned to adapt
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