As an adult student flexible employment is sometimes a necessity. If you find yourself needing employment as a student, consider the monthly OESC Job Club event. Hosted by the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Veteran office, the monthly Job Club assists US Veterans with finding employment, full and part time positions.The next Job Club is . . .
“The more we read and watch online, the harder it becomes to tell the difference between what’s real and what’s fake. It’s as if we know more but understand less, says philosopher Michael Patrick Lynch. In this talk, he dares us to take active steps to burst our filter bubbles and participate in the . . .
Central’s Student Transformative Learning Record (STLR) continues to make waves in the higher education community. Institutions across both state and national borders are adopting and adapting STLR on their own campuses.
“The report’s emphasis on the importance of voter education and civic skills to advancing public life across the state provides a model for others across the country working on these issues.”
For the full 2012 Oklahoma Civic Health Index click here . . .
Remember the days of radio discipline and communications? You may not be carrying around a radio as a student, but are you operating on radio silence as a student? Are you just receiving? Does the person transmitting know you “copy that”?
When we leave the military service we slowly move from a two-way “Over and Out” and “Roger That” . . .
The Associative Press put out a handy Candidate Field Guide for the 2020 presidential candidates. It’s able to give you a quick overview of their strengths, weaknesses, and what they’re best known for all in one page.
If you’re confused how two candidates differ on the biggest topics, check out the “Issues” tab to compare . . .
Saturday, August 24, 2019 - Join us for the annual Oklahoma County Black Elected Officials (BEO) College Fair! More than 60 colleges and universities from across the United States will be at Metro Technology Center's Springlake campus to answer your questions regarding admission, financial aid, scholarships, housing, and degree programs. All students and adults interested in learning about options for their future are invited!
Tonight’s debate will start at 9pm and end at 11pm Eastern Time (8pm and 10pm Central Time). Tomorrow’s debate will start and end at the same time. You can watch the debates live on NBC, MSNBC, Telemundo, Twitter, and YouTube. Tune in to the debates to learn more about the Democratic presidential candidates.