Career Spotlight: Respiratory Therapist

Melissa Woelflein
If you’re considering a career in the healthcare field, you might want to explore respiratory therapy. US News & World Report rates respiratory therapy among the top 25 healthcare support careers and their need is on the rise, largely in part due to the effects from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Education of Mrs. Coretta Scott King

Melissa W.
We’d be remiss if we celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. without acknowledging the backbone of his activism, his wife, Coretta Scott King. Afterall, she spearheaded the campaign to make his birthday a national holiday. While we know her as a lifelong human rights activist and champion of The Civil Rights Movement, she was first a decorated student before becoming a pivotal voice in social justice advocacy.

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Class of 2023 – This is YOUR Year!

Melissa W.
It’s a new year, which means an entirely new class of graduates are getting set to walk across the stage this coming spring, finally getting a chance to turn their tassels from right to left and celebrate their accomplishments in front of a sea of family, friends, and colleagues. 

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The Education System in Morocco

Melissa W.
Morocco made history today by becoming the first African team to ever advance to the semi finals in the FIFA World Cup. Morocco is a country rich with culture, tourism, and known for its cuisine – but what is their education like? 

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Native American Studies in Higher Education

Melissa W.
Native American Heritage Month is coming to a close today. It is a month to honor, celebrate, and learn about the resilience of Native Americans who occupied the nation first, and there’s still so much to be educated about.

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Top 10 Colleges for World Cup-Quality Soccer Programs

Melissa Woelflein
It’s FIFA World Cup time! Hundreds of thousands of people from across the globe are glued to their televisions to watch the first FIFA World Cup ever hosted in an Arab nation. The event, which happens every 4 years and lasts a month, is typically held in May/June/July, but since Qatar’s climate is so hot, they pushed it to November with hopes of it cooling down. There’s a lot of controversy surrounding the 2022 World Cup and Americans are already looking ahead to 2026, when the US will host. Are you looking to be the next big thing in soccer? Check out these top 10 colleges in the US with high-ranking soccer programs, according to NCSA College Recruiting!

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Veterans Further Education After Putting College on Hold to Serve Country

Melissa W.
Today is Veterans Day and the team at Senior Class Graduation Products would like to thank all of the people who have fought for our freedoms!

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Tackling Mental Health Issues on Campus

Melissa W.
Last week we talked about the rise in mental health challenges in higher education, specifically on college campuses. With 14% of college students saying they dropped out of college due to mental health issues, the need for help is there. However, tackling the issue is more complex than just offering more counselors and encouraging students to make appointments for 1:1 help. Because of this, campus administrators are starting to find more unique ways to reach students who may be struggling.

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Mental Health Issues for University Students on the Rise

Melissa W.
It’s no surprise that the stress of obtaining a higher education takes a toll on a person’s mental health, which in turn can affect every facet of their life. Colleges and universities across the country have been grappling with ways to tackle the concern for decades, but the recent weight of the Covid-19 pandemic, a spike in social injustices and violence (specifically in school settings), and the crippling and growing cost of tuition, has compounded the issue, making way for what is now considered a mental health crisis in higher education. As we start to dig out of the pandemic haze, colleges and universities are diving deeper into how to address the mental health and wellness of their students.

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College Scholarships for Breast Cancer Survivors

Melissa W.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Did you know that in 2022, it is estimated that over 340,000 people will be diagnosed with breast cancer in the US? A cancer diagnosis affects a person in almost all aspects of their life during treatment. The physical, mental, and financial toll it takes can be overwhelming, and since cancer doesn’t follow a timeline, college students are often faced with a devastating diagnosis, threatening to derail their educational journey.

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