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5.000 CyberLearning Scholarships

5.000 CyberLearning Scholarships
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On 3 December 2012, the National Education Foundation (NEF) CyberLearning, has announced that the initiative to provide 100% tuition scholarships to a 5,000 low and middle income individuals will be given to individuals seeking to advance their 21st century job skills.

NEF, the national non-profit leader in IT and Business online education, the winner of the Global Digital Literacy Champion Award contributes in bridging the IT and digital divides accessible. U.S. Department of Labour is supporting this initiative.

In the U.S. there are 13 million people looking for jobs and 3 million jobs looking for qualified skilled people, so this will contribute in balancing the discrepancies.

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The cost of college blues

The cost of college blues

It’s no secret that college tuition costs have skyrocketed in just a couple of decades. This means many young people are taking on crippling amounts of debt before they even begin their working lives. Furthermore, unlike other types of debt, student loan debt cannot be dismissed through bankruptcy. If everyone who went to college graduated with a high-paying job, this might not be a problem, but is this the case?
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