Posts Tagged ‘Continuing Education’

Going Back to School for Fun and Profit

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City’s continuing ed programs respond to the changing job market By Laura Shin Bob Makarowski has been teaching at Baruch College’s Division of Continuing and Professional Studies for more than 20 years. In the course of those two decades, Makarowski says he has witnessed a noticeable shift in the role these programs play in students’ [&hellip
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Notes from the Neighborhood

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Ahigial Lee Zhou plays chess at the P.S. 6 Chess Tournament 2012 on March 11. Compiled by Megan Bungeroth and Grace Ragi HOSPITAL APPOINTS LGBT HEALTH LEADER Beth Israel Medical Center announced this week the appointment of nationally recognized LGBT health expert Barbara E.Warren, PsyD, as director of its newly established LGBT Health Services program. Warren will work to develop partnerships between the hospital and local LGBT organizations and continue [&hellip
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Lifelong Learning with Baruch’s CAPS

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By Vatisha Smith Baruch College has a program in its Division of Continuing and Professional Studies (CAPS) for anyone looking to expand their skillset or fulfill a personal goal. Courses range from accounting to yoga, with many costing as little as $150. One of the largest CUNY colleges, Baruch is always evolving, determined to bring [&hellip
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New York College of Health Professions and The Open Center, a Match Made in Chakra

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New collaboration offers courses in holistic care for nurses By Sean Creamer The New York College of Health Professions, which is chartered by the New York State Board of Regents, has been offering education in the fields of Western, holistic and integrative medicine for 30 years. After great success in their Long Island location in [&hellip
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Doing Double

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It’s Friday night at 9 p.m. and Jay Williams is still at the office. While his colleagues have packed up and left for weekends of socializing, sleeping in and spending time with families, Williams, a PR manager at Weber Shandwick, is still hard at work and facing a weekend of more of the same: finishing [&hellip
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See You Around Campus, Dad

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Most teenagers heading off to college look forward to getting away from their parents. Not for Isabella Tobias. The start of school will actually bring her closer to her father. “I don’t know anyone who has gotten the gift of going to school with a parent,” she said. “College is a scary thing the first [&hellip
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THE BIG JUMP BACK

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Making the decision to return to school after several years can be a difficult one. It can require a significant devotion of effort, time and money. Now that many people may be facing staffing cuts and layoffs, it’s a more popular decision than ever. Returning students may seek to enrich their knowledge base and to [&hellip
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