As a former corrections officer, Walter Blohm tells us what struggles new hires may face, and what comes after wearing a badge when you first step inside the jail.
Danae Azevedo explains how recent graduates can find paid work opportunities by first seeking volunteer gigs.
Joe Wood explains how education is changing and how we need to be prepared to change with it.
Jason Stoke talks about the growing trend of businesses hiring temporary employees in hopes of getting full-time work.
Edson Smith-Bozek explains the different types of medical billing and coding available, and how the field is changing.
Homicide Detective Jason Kirtlan discusses how police work has evolved with new technology and gives advice to future law enforcement.
Jennifer Lombardi, a marriage and family therapist, believes there are going to be numerous new job opportunities due to the growing diversification of health care, especially within the area of mental health.
Eric Holwell is the VP at Bayard, an advertising agency that specializes in talent acquisition and shares some insight into the technology field in the area.
Chula Vista school district among schools working to calculate BMI for students.
More than five years after U.S. governors began a bipartisan effort to set new standards in American schools, the Common Core initiative has morphed into a political tempest fueling division among Republicans.
Rachael Twiner shares her views on the future of health care and education in Sacramento.
Jeaninne Escallier Kato has dedicated her life to educating others. As she prepares to move on to the next chapter of her life, she shares with us what it means to be an educator.