According to a recent CareerBuilder survey, 78% of full-time workers say they live paycheck to paycheck or are in debt. One of the most common reasons why students cannot enroll in a skills-based training program is because they simply...
On February 11, Andres Gonzalez entered a classroom just as he had every day for the past 18 years. The difference? For the first time, he was a professor, not a student—and the class was in a prison. Andres...
As a fashion designer, Bianca Salomon was building an e-commerce website for her new clothing line. She found the CMS she was working with pretty limiting—and wanted to learn more. Most people in Bianca’s shoes would have read a...
“Never stop improving” is one of our key values at Trilogy Education, and that’s what this week was all about at our annual summit, Impact 2019.  For one day, we gathered with university leaders from across the globe to...
It’s easy to get distracted by the negative stories that happen every day. But around the holidays, it’s important to reflect on all of the good in the world. And there’s no better way to do this than to...
For many in Haiti, a future in technology can seem like a pipe dream. Designated a third world country and still recovering from its catastrophic earthquake, the island is lacking in sufficient technology and education resources. But that doesn’t...
In almost 20 years in web development, Sarah Cullen never worked directly with more than one other female developer at a time. “There just are not enough of us out there,” she said. Sarah’s experience isn’t unique. The gap...
As a science teacher and professor, Darlene Holland has noticed a trend in STEM fields. “When minority and female students don’t see themselves represented in certain careers, they seem to think ‘those people doing those jobs don’t look like me,...
Reggie Brown has always looked for ways to contribute to his Kansas City community. But after joining The University of Kansas Coding Boot Camp, he realized he could use his coding and development skills to influence the real and...
When Toronto resident Lisa Freedman found out she had breast cancer, she asked herself a simple question. What’s my passion? At 58, the legal adjudicator knew the answer. It wasn’t the law; it was technology. Coupled with her diagnosis,...

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