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Online Learning Brings Berkeley Education to Switzerland

Because the Certificate Program in Project Management can be completed fully online, we see students who come from all regions of the United States—and even abroad. Such is the case with 2016... continue reading Online Learning Brings Berkeley Education to Switzerland

Ehler Orngard’s career history is less of an arc and more of a squiggly line. For his undergraduate studies, he majored in economics, Spanish and music. “I didn't have an idea of where I would go with any of that,” Ehler quips. Now Elher is pivoting to  full-stack web development with the help of our Berkeley Coding Boot Camp.

Building a Career in Just 12 Weeks

Ehler Orngard’s career history is less of an arc and more of a squiggly line. For his undergraduate studies, he majored in economics, Spanish and music.

From Our Post-Bacc Health Professions Program to UCSF Dental School

For almost six years, Kyle Takahashi worked at a private dental practice in Piedmont, Calif. There, he worked on the frontlines with the patients—from scheduling to interacting with insurance... continue reading From Our Post-Bacc Health Professions Program to UCSF Dental School

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Get Back Into Career Shape

There are dozens of reasons why professionals exit the workforce. They’re caring for small children. Or they are in the armed forces. Or they are diagnosed with a serious illness or injury. Or... continue reading Get Back Into Career Shape

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What's Going on at Ursa Minor

Every year, students in and graduates of the... continue reading What's Going on at Ursa Minor

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Brand You, Part 2

Take creating your own brand one step further by creating a résumé that reflects your new brand statement and that employers will want to read.

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