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More than 100 high school girls came to the StubHub Center in Carson, California, this month for a mentorship and leadership workshop summit by the L.A. Galaxy Foundation and Southern New Hampshire University.
The event, dubbed the LA Galaxy High School Girls Summit, was the third event in the LA Galaxy’s Women’s Leadership Series that has invited girls and women ranging from elementary school to established professionals to network with one another.
Are you interested in turning a love of problem solving into a rewarding career? Learn more about how to become a data analyst and explore what a data analyst actually does.
Are you passionate about math and science and want a role in the production of the tools and machines that keep our everyday lives running? A career in mechanical engineering might be for you.
When active-duty service member Jon Galvin '16 decided to finish his bachelor's degree online, SNHU's flexibility and military-friendly reputation were major factors in his decision.
Earning an online writing degree helped Audrey Greathouse turn her passion into a career. Today, she’s making best-sellers lists.
Because of where it can take you. The possibilities are endless. You can make a difference in your community, improve your management skills and take what you learn in class into what you do everyday.
The goal of earning a college degree lingers in the minds of many. For Amy Craton, that glimmer of a thought burned for decades - over five, in fact. The 94-year-old Hawaiian completed her BA in Creative Writing & English in November 2016.
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