Former Argosy students could see debt help under lawmakers' plan
The following article is from the TwinCities Pioneer Press
May 16, 2019
Students from the now-defunct Argosy University in Eagan are a step closer to having some of their debts forgiven.
Thousands of Latino students expected at leadership conference
The following article is from WoodburnIndependent
April 30, 2019
On Friday, May 3, more than 2,000 of Oregon's Latino students from more than 70 high schools are expected to participate in the 2019 César E. Chávez Leadership Conference (CECLC) at Western Oregon University.
Local woman joins mother at Norcross Career College, set to graduate this month
The following article is from Gwinnett Daily Post
May 14, 2019
When Nerissia Troutman decided at age 42 to make a career change, she knew it wouldn't be the easiest decision.
Top women leaders in accounts receivable
The following article is from Receivables Advisor
May 3, 2019
It's all about who you know! Those who surround themselves with successful thought leaders are bound to see success themselves.
ECMC Foundation awards $1 million to organizations chosen by employees
May 9, 2019
ECMC Foundation announced today that it has awarded $1 million across 76 organizations spanning five states as part of its 2019 GO! Program (Generating Outcomes: Funding education innovation in our communities).