Parents can be a valuable resource for college students

Your parents can be a valuable source of knowledge as you make your way through school.

When you’re thinking about your college career, never forget that your parents might be able to help you in any number of ways.
As you enter your late teens and early 20s, there is a natural tendency to break free of your parents’ control, and that is, for the most part, a productive part of…

Best careers for people who are organized

Being organized lends itself to a number of careers.

If you found throughout high school that you are incredibly organized and now want to put those skills to good use, there are many careers in which you will thrive – rarely do employers ask anyone to keep their desks in disarray! Organization is a marketable skill, which means that employers…

4 Exciting jobs in criminal justice

There are many exciting career paths in criminal justice.

If you’re thinking about a career in criminal justice, you may be under the impression that your only option is becoming a police officer, but that’s not the case! While being an officer can be exciting, there are tons of unique career paths you can choose from.
Crime scene investigator
You…

Keep Your Resume Current

Keep Resume Current

When you leave Carrington College after graduation, our hope is that you will soon transition into a job you’ll grow to love. You’ll be working hard to make a good impression in that first role, learning as much as you can about your new job from those around you. You’ll be so busy developing…

Dealing with the HealthCare.gov glitches

The HealthCare.gov website hampered the rollout of the Affordable Care Act.

Oct. 1 marked the first day of the federal, online health care exchanges on the website HealthCare.gov, and so far the biggest news about the portal has been its many glitches. Approximately 20 million people attempted to log on and register for health insurance on the website in its first three…

Breast cancer awareness month and the medical community

October is National Breasts Cancer Awareness month.

According to the American Cancer Society, about 12 percent of women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer in their lifetime.1 That’s one of the reasons why dedicating the month of October to breast cancer awareness has become such an important development in recent…

4 tips for staying awake on the job

Healthcare Worker Stress

If you’re pursuing a nursing career, chances are you’ll have to work a night shift every now and then. While it’s important to stay awake and alert no matter what job you do, when you work in health care it is critical because you are responsible for the well-being of patients.1 To make sure you…