Sacramento Hospital Event Manager's Education Played An Invaluable RoleAs special events coordinator for Shriners Hospital of Northern California, Joseph Ramos makes sure that events thrown on the hospital's behalf are organized and run as smoothly as possible.
Sacramento Area Police Chief Says Education Broadens PerspectiveProviding police services and guidance to a police force is a task best reserved for someone who has the skills and knowledge suited to tackle such unique issues.
Sacramento IT Director Advocates For The Power Of Sweat Equity"Immerse yourself and don't be afraid to take risks, especially when you are just getting started. Sweat equity is a word that newcomers shouldn't be afraid of," says Joe Trusty.
Sacramento Jobs Report: Customer Service Week Celebrates Unsung Heroes Of WorkforceJill Schlesinger reports next week is Customer Service Week. A week to celebrate the many unsung heroes of the workforce. As the front line of companies, these workers are vital to almost every organization.
Sacramento Jobs Report: As Of 2014, 24M Entrepreneurs In U.S.Jill Schlesinger reports as of last year, there were 24 million entrepreneurs in the United States; that’s 14 percent of the population and the highest rate recorded since Babson and Baruch Colleges began studying entrepreneurship in 1999.
Sacramento Infusion Nurse Advocates For A Varied EducationA passion for her profession as well as a clear understanding why she's chosen her line of work after years "working in the field" is what makes Megan Ober a great nurse.
Sacramento Professor Has Recommendations For Future Social WorkersTyler Arguello actively educates, adds meaningful research to and advocates on behalf of some "of the most under-served and marginalized in our communities."
Sacramento Professor Suggests Educators Be Passionate About TeachingBoth Joan Lin-Cereghino and her husband Geoff have been teaching as well as conducting research for the past fifteen years, and as a result, are piquing and cultivating the interest of graduate and undergraduate students in and around the Sacramento area.
Sacramento Jobs Report: Breaking Into The Insurance IndustryJill Schlesinger offers some advice about having a career in the insurance industry.
Sacramento Jobs Report: Starting Salaries Are Expected To RiseJill Schlesinger says according to staffing consultancy Robert Half, the technology sector is projected to see the greatest pay gains next year, with base salaries rising an average of 5.3 percent.
Sacramento Attorney Says The Desire To Practice Law Is EssentialGetting a law degree is required to practice law. But law school only gives you the background information to actually do the job. The real nuts and bolts are learned on the job and with mentors.
Teacher Shortage Means It's Not To Late To Consider As A Teaching CareerWith school back in session and many counties in California including Los Angeles and Fresno searching to fill vacancies, it looks like the long predicted shortage of teachers is here.
Graphic Designer Uses Education To Create Innovative Artwork"If you put in the time, dedication and have a passion for what you are doing, whether it is art or any other career, you will succeed and grow," says Ryan Colditz
Clinical Psychologist Helps Patients With A Wide Range Of Challenges"The best part of my job is when I see a client's life change for the better because of the work we have done together." says Lindsay Shortliffe.
Sacramento Academic Advisor's Education Allows Her To Help OthersOftentimes we give all of the credit to teachers and professors when it comes to education from Kindergarten to college, as we should. But we can't forget that an educational institution also runs on the backbone.