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“Family…where life begins and love never ends.” Our loved ones are the most important people in our lives, and oftentimes they are near the top on the list of reasons why many people go back to school to earn their degrees. They support us, motivate us and inspire us to always do our best. But once class has started and papers are due, how do we ensure we are still giving our family the quality time and attention they deserve?

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The Unconventional Guide To Long-Term Focus

It’s easy to identify the benefits of applying your attention to short-term tasks and feel a sense of accomplishment by checking items off a set list. However, sometimes the more challenging scenario arises when you try to fit those and other responsibilities into a long-term focus. Discover some ways that can help you develop this extended perspective.

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Pros And Cons: Working Or Going Back To College

The decision to go back to school at any level or age entails a lot of debate. After all, it is a life changing situation that requires investing significant time and resources. To get started on your own reflection consider some of these pros and cons to include in your analysis of determining what's best for you - working or going back to college.

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Going Back To College As A Single Mom

Mothers who dedicate themselves to achieving their professional goals while they set positive examples for their kids are some of the most inspiring people. Working and raising a family on your own is challenging enough, but adding college to the mix pretty much bedazzles the cape of the supermom outfit. To help out the best way we know how, here are some tips for those going back to school as single parents.

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How To: Returning To College After 20 Years

By Lindsay Amanda on Sep 2, 2014

Just as the world tends to do, academia has changed drastically over the past 20 years. Even the most established brick and mortar universities have transitioned into the digital age, and more adults are going back to school than ever. But how do these nontraditional students return to the classroom or cloud after such a long hiatus?

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Topics: Front Page

The Essential Checklist For Going Back To College

By Lindsay Amanda on Aug 28, 2014

There is an array of resources out there that help traditional students get ready for the first day of school, from dorm room decor to the latest tech and fashion trends. But how do nontraditional students prepare? Brandman is here to help year-round scholars and professionals get ready for their busy back to college seasons with this essential checklist.

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Topics: Front Page, Online

Top 5 Reasons To Apply To A Private School Vs A Public School

By Lindsay Amanda on Aug 14, 2014

There are so many factors to consider when selecting the right university for you to achieve your degree at. Once you've selected your program and researched universities that offer it, you'll likely run into narrowing down your options by school type. Here are our top five reasons to apply to a private school for your education.

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Topics: Front Page, Student Life, Alumni

Teachers Cheat Sheet: Best Back To School Sales 2014

By Lindsay Amanda on Aug 6, 2014

For most teachers it’s getting down to the wire on prepping the classroom for the upcoming school year. To help our fellow educators we’ve put together a cheat sheet of some of the best teacher discounts and back to school sales 2014.

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Topics: Front Page, School of Education

5 Easy Questions: Should I Go Back To School?

By Lindsay Amanda on Aug 5, 2014

The decision to pursue a higher education is one that will likely change your life, which of course means it involves evaluating many different factors. Will your investment of time and funds provide a considerable return? What is your motivation to do so and what are your goals? Here are five simple questions to help you answer that daunting question: “Should I go back to school?”

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Topics: Career, Front Page, Financial Aid

Top Places In The U.S. For A Teaching Career

By Lindsay Amanda on Aug 4, 2014

For some educators, the back to school season means more than stocking up on supplies and new outfits for the first day of school. A recent graduate may be planning to launch a teaching career, and long-time professionals may consider new opportunities for growth. As the teacher shortage intensifies to a critical level, we explore the top places in the U.S. for educators.

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Topics: Front Page, Visalia, School of Education

Lindsay Amanda

As the Marketing Content Manager at Brandman University and graduate of the school's MBA program, Lindsay Amanda is a writer and business professional. She achieved her undergraduate degree in Advertising and Marketing from San Diego State University and studied International Marketing in Barcelona, Spain.

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