Buzzer beaters, upsets, and Hoosier Hysteria. In Indiana, we take March very seriously with the state high school and NCAA college basketball tournaments. As much fun as doing your office pools (legal ones, of course) and filling out your brackets are, March Madness can teach us how being in the field of 68 (not a typo - there are now 68 teams in the NCAA tournament) is similar to getting your education at The College Network.
March Madness would be nothing without the teams in the tournament. To be invited into the tournament, one must have their name called on Selection Sunday. When being selected, its all about the resume. Teams are judged on who they played, who they beat, where they beat them, and when they beat them. The same can be said in your own life, with your own resume. How do you think your resume would look with a certificate in Lean Six Sigma from Purdue University (not a bad basketball school either)? Would a potential or current employer like what they see with a Paralegal Studies Certificate from Boston University? How much better are your chances to advance your career and in the 'tournament' with your Associates or Bachelors of Science in Nursing rather than an LPN/LVN certification?
If you want to make the tournament, you have to have the resume. Will you be confident on Selection Sunday, or are you on the bubble? If you are on the bubble, The College Network can help!
If you have any questions about any program at The College Network, please contact me, Kevin Burton, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 317-569-4734.