Imagine America Blog
Welcome to the Imagine America Foundation's blog! Here you will find all that you need to know about - Career Information - Financial Literacy - Housing Solutions - Scholarship Information and Career College Resources.
The research used in Imagine America publications and analyses to promote postsecondary career education is sponsored in part by the Herzing Research and Scholarship Fund. Est. 2007
Learn More About Our Top Career Programs
Here we review the top programs that our students are receiving scholarships to study! You will find these careers broken into categories. Find the one you're most interested in!
Check out our blog on housing!
Where you live while you're in school is important! Take a look at our blog for tips on all things housing, from signing a lease to dealing with roommates.
Check out our alumni blog!
What are you going to do after you graduate? From the application to the interview to accepting an offer, buying a house and everything in between, we've got some helpful tips! Let Imagine America help you sort out what to do before starting your first day on the job. Check out our alumni blog.
Latest Blog Posts
Want to connect with high schoolers? Connect with their counselors first.
Generation Z, in many ways, is the most self-assured generation to date. They’re confident in their worth, in their beliefs, and in their ability to drive change. But when it comes to life after high school, they’re floundering. According to the June 2023 edition of…
Who is Gen Z? Get to know the graduating class of 2025
It’s time to start taking Generation Z seriously. While the youngest of the generation, those born in 2012, are still just 10 years old, the oldest, born in 1997, are 25 years old: already full-fledged adults. Today, there are 68.6 million Gen Zs living in…
Does your career college enrollment strategy include high school students? It should.
For decades, career college recruitment specialists have focused primarily on enrolling older adults: those with time in the workforce, with families, with less desire and fewer resources to commit to a traditional on-campus, four-year degree. Those adult learners aren’t going anywhere, thanks to employment market…
How career colleges can help course-correct the anti-work movement
Have you heard of the anti-work movement? Closely related to the pandemic-driven “Great Resignation” and trailing idea of “quiet quitting,” the phrase can easily strike disdain into the hearts of many traditionalists (as well as anyone who wants to see an educated society and a…