Earn vs. earn
Piggy Bank, ComputerI like the idea of EARN vs. earn.  For most of you, you will probably be wondering what I am referring to and why I have highlighted the two words in this way. Read on and I will explain what I mean. 

First, let’s talk about earn.  Dictionary.com defines earn as: to acquire through merit.  Merriam Webster defines it as, to come to be duly worthy of.  I understand why now the expression is that you have to earn your degree.  It is about putting the effort in and working hard to reach that status.

We work hard to help our customers earn their online degrees, and we also hope that we earn their respect by doing what we can to assist them along the way.  Whether they are obtaining their Associate Degree in Nursing or their Lean Six Sigma certificate.  

Now, here is what EARN also means at The College Network.  Did you know that you can receive a reward for inspiring your friends and colleagues to continue their education when they sign up with us?  It is a great way to help support your education and also inspire others to move forward with their education.

Keep in mind, it is easy to EARN at the College Network.  You simply share your excitement and enthusiasm with people you work with or hang out with.  Chances are they will want to find out more about what you’re doing and then will decide if it sounds like something that would work for them.

If you would like to refer someone to the EARN program, feel free to contact me at 317-566-2647.  If you would like to get started today and learn how you can earn your degree, contact us at 800-39 LEARN.  

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