THE IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION FOR ENERGY CAREERS
The importance of education for energy careers can’t be understated. If you want either a technical or professional career in the energy arena but don’t have the qualifications, you have to earn them. It’s just that simple.
But it’s more convenient than ever to complete either a technical or bachelor’s degree. Thanks to the magic of the Internet, a growing number of schools of higher education work around your schedule and your location.
Don’t mistake convenience for ease. Anyone offering an ‘easy’ way to earn a degree should be avoided like the plague, and there are scads of such offerings. While the importance of education for energy careers can’t be understated, it is absolutely critical to understand the importance of getting a REAL education
Degree Mill Scams
article by Monster Learning will give you a good overview of what to avoid when searching for a quality education. Be sure to follow the recommended accreditation checks before you sign up with any institution.
Education is far too expensive to waste your money on a useless degree from a degree mill.
EDUCATION IS AN EXPENSIVE INVESTMENT
Even when you invest in a university with a great name, you still need to know if it will be worth your time and money. These
EdSoup Student Resources
will help you calculate your expenses and expected payback for the investment.
Can you qualify for scholarship help? It depends on a number of factors including income level, ethnicity, past academic standing (grades), veteran status, and a long list of other factors.
Caution! The importance of education financing attracts scammers from all over.
The Internet is loaded with scholarship search sites that charge varying sums for what often turns out to be useless information.
That’s not to say that they are all bad. The best way to find out if you qualify for any scholarships is to consult the finance department of the accredited school you plan to attend. They are, without a doubt, your best guides to scholarship funding. If needed, they can direct you to worthwhile scholarship search sites.
And there is another, often overlooked, way to pay for higher education.
Many companies are well aware of the importance of education and will invest in the education of their employees. The U.S. Government and many other Government organizations including the military also have excellent scholarship programs for employees.
Since you are seeking higher education with the intention of changing jobs anyway, you might consider changing jobs now and going to work for an organization that will help pay for your education, and give you a promotion when you graduate.
The education sites shown here link to hundreds of colleges, universities, and technical schools. They are loaded with information about admissions, financing, and much more.
THE ADMISSIONS ESSAY
Once you’re aware of the importance of education to your energy career, you may quickly discover that you have to write the dreaded admissions essay, which is required by a number of institutions of higher education.
If you're worried about your writing skills or just want to save a lot of time putting the thing together, EssayEdge.comis an excellent online editing resource that can help you produce a winning admissions essay.
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