Think you might be interested in a career in Accounting? Check out this interview with PwC North Texas Sourcing Leader Amy Kraft to learn more about what you can expect.
Texas needs teachers. Everyone does, really — for teachers at all levels (kindergarten/elementary school, middle school, high school and special education), employment is projected to grow six percent nationally from 2014 to 2024.
You read that right! Starting in January 2017, all eligible DCCCD students can apply for a Student GoPass. Stay tuned, though — there are a few eligibility requirements and other details you’re going to want to keep in mind.
Service learning is a great idea because it allows students to connect their service in the community with a particular learning objective in the classroom. That’s right — by donating your time to your community, you can also earn college credit toward your degree.
Fall is just around the corner, and there’s lots to see and lots to do before your classes start. Hopefully we can help keep you on track!
The decision to register for summer college classes is not an easy one. Students struggle with the choice between taking a relaxing hiatus from their studies or using the summer to get ahead (or catch up).
Here are a few advantages and disadvantages of signing up for Summer term. As you read through these, keep in mind there are may be other factors not listed here that could be important in your decision.
Computer aided design and drafting (often called CADD or CAD) aids in the creation, modification, analysis or optimization of a design — think like a machine part, or the design of a building. Typically, CADD output is in the form of electronic files for print, machining or other manufacturing operations. Modern CAD software does much more than just drafting — it provides a wide range of computer-based tools that assist engineers, architects and other design professionals in their design activities. Sound like something you might be interested in? Keep reading to find out more.