Spring 2007

  • by Jenny Faubert Each year, many students across the country decide not to seek higher education after high school. A number of these students have to overcome many obstacles before deciding to attend college. Some of the reasons students decide not to go to college are: No one in their family has gone to college; They didn't do well in high school, so they think college will be...
  • by Jenny Faubert Every so often, the press shines a negative light on private, for-profit schools. A common opinion – these schools are all business and don't care about their students. Not true, I say. After speaking with several of the staff members at High-Tech Institute and its family of schools (The Bryman School - Phoenix, AZ; Cambridge College - Denver, CO; Cambridge...
  • by Torian Brown Jose Rojas, 2003 Imagine America high school scholarship recipient Completed Associate degree from ITT Technical Institute - Springfield, VA - Computer Networking Systems program; Pursuing Bachelor's degree from ITT Technical Institute; Current Help Desk Analyst for the prominent IT contractor RS Information Systems in McLean, VA. Remember when you were 21 years old...
  • by Jenny Faubert America's impending job market will affect today's students. By 2014, two of the fastest-growing industries will be health and education and the information sector. Good news – students can find training for these jobs at career colleges. Already anticipating the increase in these areas, many career colleges have added the necessary programs. A 13%...
  • A. Good question. Checking the status of a student's application is very easy. Just follow these steps below. Note: If you do not have the student's application ID number you can request that information from the Foundation by e-mailing us at scholarships@career.org or calling 202.336.6800. You will need to provide us with the following information: Go to our web site: www....
  • by Kerry Turner Imagine America Promise (formerly Imagine America II) The Imagine America Promise scholarship builds upon our award-winning Imagine America high school scholarship program, for which career colleges provide funding for scholarships. Imagine America Promise scholarships originate in another way – solely from grants made by sponsors such as The Sallie Mae Fund....
  • When national lender Student Loan Xpress opened its doors in 2002, we established a mission to serve all student groups – including non-traditional students. To accommodate the needs of this diverse, dynamic audience, we've developed a comprehensive suite of programs and services that are low-cost and high value, and – best of all – easy to use....