Individuals who learn through handling and using objects are known as tactile or kinesthetic learners.
Are you a musician who learns a piece of music by hearing it just a few times? Can you complete a task when it has only been explained to you...
Researching, fact-checking, and strong writing skills all play important roles in the growing careers of paralegals and legal assisting.
On Thursday, April 9, the family and friends of the Louisville Campus Class of 2013 gathered at Walnut Street Baptist Church for the much anticipated annual commencement ceremony.
The U.S. Department of Labor projects that the health care industry will have created 3.2-million jobs between 2010 and 2020.
In a competitive job market, it’s important that your résumé communicate your skills as succinctly as possible.
Are you trying to balance classes, family, and a career? It’s difficult, but not impossible, to devote attention to all facets of your life and keep stress to a minimum.
On Friday, May 3rd, American National University held a graduation ceremony to confer degrees to 126 graduates from the Roanoke Valley Campus.
It might sound crazy, but even if you don’t get a job, it’s still a good idea to say “thank you.”
Beginning April 29, American National University’s Roanoke Valley Campus and National College campuses in Virginia and West Virginia will begin offering classes leading to an associate’s degree in cybersecurity.