While the Flint water crisis can trace its origins back to April 2014, it has only become front page news in the past few months. This public health crisis was set in motion when the city of Flint, MI changed its water source from treated Detroit Water and Sewerage Department water to the Flint River.
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Cover letters are the best way to introduce yourself to a potential employer. For most job openings they are a necessity – and a great way to get the hiring manager to review your resume.
An effective cover letter will not just sell your skills and qualifications, but will also sell you as a person –... Continue Reading
The transition out of the military does not end when a veteran gets his or her first corporate job. Transitioning is a process of getting acclimated to this new culture, building one’s professional network, and learning what it takes to succeed. While the process is rewarding, it does come with its own set of frustrations.
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For many transitioning veterans, job interviews are unlike anything they’ve ever experienced in the past.Corporate job interviews are most often behavioral based, with the interviewer identifying job-related experiences, knowledge, skills, and abilities that the company deems necessary for a particular position.
For example, if the job description states that the position requires a team player with... Continue Reading
Last week we discussed cyberattacks and the impact they had on a hospital in Los Angeles. This type of attack, known as a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), can have severe ramifications from the perspective of homeland security. There are numerous state and non-state actors who have the potential to hurt the United... Continue Reading
Last month a hospital in Los Angeles was the victim of a serious attack. Rather than the type of attack that most people would expect, the Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center lost access to its email and electronic health records for more than a week due to a cyberattack.
This is a serious crime that... Continue Reading
The launch of the Trident Learning Community (TLC) in 2014 was a huge step forward for Trident and the overall student experience! The TLC provided a student portal as an entry point for the Trident classroom. It dramatically streamlined how our students accessed their information and received university services.
A component of the TLC, the My... Continue Reading
Our Regional Managers spend a lot of time in front of current, past, and future Trident students. These men and women spend their time on the road, visiting bases, conferences, and other events connecting with veterans and those in the military who aspire to return to school.
Transitioning out of the military and going back to... Continue Reading
Students interested in exploring public health courses in Trident’s College of Health and Human Services now have a new option: The Graduate Certificate in Public Health!
Open to students of all professional and academic backgrounds, this certificate allows students to take graduate level public health courses in a 100% online setting. As... Continue Reading
In late 2014, Trident’s Career Advising & Development Center launched its successful webinar series. Over the course of this year, we’re going to be looking back at many of these sessions, which are filled with wisdom and advice from career center Manager Tanya White-Earnest.
Today, we’ll be recapping the very first CADC webinar, “<a... Continue Reading