Career Colleges

Now is the perfect time to embrace a new Internet marketing strategy and Paradigm Media can help you create one that reaches prospective students for your career college. Still not convinced? Here are five reasons why now is the perfect

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Today’s use of technology and the Internet makes some aspects of marketing easier to perform in-house. “The Internet of Things (IoT) may sound like a business buzzword,” Stuart Leung wrote in a recent Forbes Magazine article. “In reality, it’s a

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Most Americans are unhappy with their jobs are considering the idea of going to college. That’s according to a new survey that showed America’s workforce is frustrated with their current employment and doesn’t believe traditional college programs are an option to improve

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For years now, there has been an ongoing diatribe against for profit schools. Some would blame them for a majority of problems with our nation’s higher education system. Student debt loads, loan defaults and lack of employability are concerns often

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In the last year or so, I’ve seen tons of career colleges and trade schools flocking to Facebook, all hoping to garner their share of the social media phenomenon’s  prospective student population. With nearly 140 million Americans over the age

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August 2, 2011


It’s easy for the unemployed to get caught up in the blanket of negativity hovering over today’s economy. More college graduates are without jobs and in deep debt than ever before.  Taxes are rising and old, unnecessary industries are closing.

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Ms. Hannah is our Summer Marketing Intern and specializes in New Media and Online Journalism. We asked her to share her thoughts about blogging for Career Colleges and how it differs from what most people expect from blogging. The battle

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June 24, 2011


We all know that career colleges and trade schools get a bad rep in the education industry. For many, they’re viewed as the “other option” or Plan B. What surprises me about these stereotypes is that the data available shows

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I just finished listening to a story on NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross.  Investigative journalist Daniel Golden wrote a story for Bloomberg News titled “For-Profit Colleges:  Targeting people who can’t pay”. Really?  Is that what he thinks happens at

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