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Student Success Stories

Taking a View of the Forest, Not the Trees

Today, Anthony is fully invested in project management, working as an IT project manager at Agilent Technologies. There, he leads IT project teams to implement solutions that increase the... continue reading Taking a View of the Forest, Not the Trees

From General Interest to Career in One Short Year

Named after artist Paul Cézanne, Bay Area native Cezanne Rothberg turned to graphic design after a year and a half as a travel photographer and writer in Bali.

A Community Working Together for Substance Use Recovery

According to the latest Surgeon General’s Report released in 2016, 20.8 million people aged 12 and older in the United States had a substance use disorder in 2015. How many of those 20.8 million... continue reading A Community Working Together for Substance Use Recovery

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Latest Voices Blog Posts

David Lance Goines: The Designer as Printer

As part of San Francisco Design Week, legendary Berkeley printer and artist David Lance Goines gave a wide-ranging talk at our San Francisco Campus that used examples from his printing career to... continue reading David Lance Goines: The Designer as Printer

7 Tips on Creating Opportunities for Yourself with LinkedIn

Digital marketing expert and LinkedIn marketing account executive Giselle Sevgi, M.B.A., joined us at our recent Brand You presentation to provide some do’s and don’ts on improving your personal... continue reading 7 Tips on Creating Opportunities for Yourself with LinkedIn

Even a Writing Instructor Has to Pay His Dues

“Write what you know.” Every time I speak to one of our writing graduates, this is the first piece of advice I hear for someone to beat the odds and get their work published. Another piece of... continue reading Even a Writing Instructor Has to Pay His Dues

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