The Edmund Wilson said once that “No Two persons ever read the same book”. If you look literally at this quote, the Edmund will be wrong thanks to the Liverpool Book Swapping. The book swap service is available at Liverpool park on the local tree that has been crafted into tiny library that allows people to exchange their books for new one they didn’t read. We think it is a great service and that there should be a lot more places like this around the globe. Enjoy in creative British education [Read more...]
Mark Twain said ““In a good bookroom you feel in some mysterious way that you are absorbing the wisdom contained in all the books through your skin, without even opening them.” I am sure Mark Twain will be more than amazed with look of those beautiful libraries around the world. Today’s article combine the top 10 most beautiful old, rustic and vintage looking libraries around the world. Every one of us will be more than happy to spend just few moments reading books at those beautiful libraries… [Read more...]
Do you have a dream job? Do you already considered classes you want to attend? Did you know that education is one of the key factors that will determine your future employment? The sooner you decide what do you want to do in your life the easier will be to you to select the college you will attend to. In today’s educational article we will present you some of the coolest jobs you could find with the specific college Degrees.
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We all know how much education and school can be stressful and hard. When the finals are around the corner, when you need to give you maximum in order to reach best you need to have some kind of inspiration. Stop for a second, take deep breath and get inspired. College time can be tough but when you look it from different angle it can be funny and entertaining as well. Check out todays article about top 8 inspirational movies about college that will give you back the strength to work harder. [Read more...]
The Art Institutes and Americans for the Arts has combined forces to help future college students attend to one of the Art Institutes schools. The Art Institutes 2013 Poster Design Competition is reserved for high school seniors and graduates competing for scholarships. Those who are 16 years or older and is from the U.S., Canada, or Puerto Rico have the opportunity to enter this contest and can win up to $10,000. There are two separate categories for each type of competitor to enter: high school seniors and high school graduates.
Finalists have been determined for the Wendys High School Heisman Award Program. This program focuses on young adults who strive for excellence in educational and athletic fields. This began in 1994 when Wendy’s wanted to promote the idea of making the dreams of the youth come true. The late founder Dave Thomas believed in more than just Wendy’s products, but the success that can come from hard work inside and outside schools. That is why Wendy’s and The Heisman Memorial Trophy work together for those pursuing higher learning.
Students involved in academic achievements as well as extracurricular activities between high school grades 9 through 11 have qualified to enter. Twelve finalists have already been announced. The national finalists are: Avalon Frantz, Tyler Hoffman, Samuel Prakel, Zoe Alaniz, Kaitlyn Kent, Casey Pearsall, Trent Hosick, Daniel Johnson, Tyler Meidell, Jack Twomey-Kozak, Tessa Brooks, and Margaret Midkiff. ACT (American College Testing) Inc. has collaborated and scored applicants as to who are the State Winners. A panel of judges will take over to select the award winner. Log onto www.wendyshighschoolheisman.com to learn more about the program, qualifications, judging, and other information. Best of luck to this year’s finalists. [Read more...]
The Hearst Castle: California National Landmark is placed on the central coast of the state. It was designer in the early 1900s by the Julia Morgan for the Wiliam Hearst who died in 1957 and donated the castle to state of California. After that time, the castle has been transformed into the historic park with large collection of the antiques and arts open for public view. The castle itself attract more than million visitors per year. The Library at Hearst Castle featured luxury shelves with rare books from older time. We hope you will enjoy in today’s gallery with photos of the Library at Hearst Castle in California. [Read more...]
Never before has the economic climate made higher education such a necessity. Not only do college graduates make more money than non-graduates, they are often the only candidates hired in this tough economic climate. Employers often look for more specialized degrees as well. If you don’t have an education or the right education, you may find yourself locked out of the job market as employers choose better qualified candidates.
An education at Ashford University can help you compete in today’s tough job market. With an Associate’s, Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree from Ashford in a field such as Business Administration, Human Resources Management, finance, International Business, Accounting Economics, eMarketing, Supply Chain Management, Public Relations, Education, Liberal Arts, Health Care and Health Care Administration among others, you can position yourself for a successful future despite the economic turmoil. [Read more...]
The alarming, growing rate of life threatening allergic reactions is no joke. Breath constriction and other terrifying bodily shutdowns should be avoided, and the first step to prevention is education. That’s why “Modern Family” star Julie Bowen joins Mylan Specialty to launch a health awareness initiative that could help save lives.
The campaign hopes to be both educational and entertaining, giving kids incentive to learn these vital facts. The campaign’s kick-off – a college scholarship challenge – is sure to get the ball rolling, raising some eyebrows in the process. The school community, and those gifted youngsters heading towards a path of higher education are precisely the ones who need to be educated, in turn allowing them to help educate others. [Read more...]