Walk into any Florida campus on a Wednesday throughout the months of August, September and October and you will find faculty, staff and students wearing shades of the same color to support and bring awareness to all different types of cancer. Tampa/Brandon Campus Director Staceyann Sinclair started the Colors of Cancer Awareness campaign on her campus three years ago, and now it's grown where all the Florida campuses are supporting the cause.
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What's better than playing an amazing video game? Making an amazing video game of your own, of course! Florida game and simulation programming graduate Rebecca Long has done just that.
Most industries have a ceiling for how far you can climb without a degree. Fort Myers, Fla., accounting graduate Jennifer Kickbush found herself up against that ceiling before enrolling at Rasmussen College.
The odds were certainly not in Luke McDonald's favor. McDonald-a recent game and simulation programming graduate-dropped out of his Ocala, Fla. high school during his freshman year, and although he earned his GED and eventually found himself a job, his future prospects weren't looking great. McDonald's mother saw he was in a funk and one day encouraged him to make something more of himself and continue his education.
Building community partnerships is a main goal of our campuses, and gaining their feedback helps to determine what skills and abilities businesses are looking for in Rasmussen College graduates. With a goal of better preparing Rasmussen College students for their careers, RasMuscles was created. The 8-week workshop series focuses on active Rasmussen student body and their "soft" or "essential" skills.
Did you know in the 2000 Presidential Election George Bush defeated Al Gore by just 327 votes in Florida? That gave Bush the electoral votes needed to win the presidency. Do you think your vote counts now? It is always important, but even more so in an election year to know who your elected officials are and how their decisions impact you.
The Rasmussen College - Fort Myers campus announces the no-cost, 16-week Adobe Training Sessions open to 6th-12th grade design instructors.
The Rasmussen College Land O' Lakes college campus officially announced the opening of the campus location through a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony on Wednesday, November 9.
Join Rasmussen College on Monday, October 31, from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. as the Rasmussen College - Land O' Lakes, FL college campus and the Shoppes at Sunlake Centre for a Halloween Festival
Rasmussen College is opening a new campus in Land O' Lakes, Florida. Bay News 9's Melanie Snow reported on the campus opening in a recent newscast.
As parents and early childhood professionals we must take our responsibility for enhancing children's language development seriously. Learning more about the language acquisition process and following these tips from experts in the early childhood field can help us to achieve this important task.
Even though many small businesses have done the right homework, with the creation of a business and marketing plan, and aggressive online and traditional advertising, there are still some very basic steps that have a tendency to be left behind when starting your own business. Read more about the five crucial stepping stones for success as a entrepreneur and small business owner.