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Posted by Catherine Feeney

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you will go” –Dr. Seuss This simple quote from the beloved Dr. Seuss speaks volumes even when referring to professional development.  Learning does not stop after you leave the classroom or achieve your  MSSC certification, it…[ Read More → ]

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Posted by Catherine Feeney

Hip Hip Hooray!  Your students have successfully passed the MSSC assessment and they are on their way to receive the MSSC credential!  This is a great addition to a student’s resume and also their own personal development.  Many students may go on to pursue further education or may already have a job lined up, but…[ Read More → ]

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Service members planning to transition back to civilian life can now benefit from a creative program kicked off by President Obama in 2012 and now embedded in the FY 2014 National Defense Authorization Act.  Under this initiative, all the services are now required to provide active duty service members with an opportunity to secure a…[ Read More → ]

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Posted by Catherine Feeney

1. CPT or CLT abbreviation next to your e-mail signature:  When sending your resume or if you are in correspondence with a potential employer you should always have a signature at the bottom that has your full name, e-mail, and phone number.  This gives the employer easy access to contact you if needed.  The CPT…[ Read More → ]

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As we all know the job market is like a roller coaster ride for many students and graduates.  Around 70-80% of jobs that are available are not posted online. So how do millennials land these positions that are not even posted to the public eye?  The answer is…internships. The benefits of an intern to employers…[ Read More → ]

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As students start to file into the classroom full of chatter, laughter, and energy you call attention to the front of the room to begin class.  As they begin to settle and all eyes are on you, take a minute and reflect…do you know your students’ stories? A student’s story can range from personal to…[ Read More → ]

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A common challenge among educators in all fields of study is the question from one or many students in their class, “I don’t get it?”  As an MSSC Instructor you may notice that one e-learning module may be more difficult for your students than another.   How do you fill this gap? For MSSC Instructors we…[ Read More → ]

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