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Career Bridge – how does it work?

After just four weeks, Peirce’s first group of Career Bridge students are almost finished with their first course.  Students are pursuing certifications in medical coding, project management, and financial and business operations, and may be ready to meet with employers in the spring.  Almost all of these students have been able to apply credits to […]

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Peirce College Goes to Harrisburg

Representatives of Peirce College testified yesterday at a joint hearing of the Pennsylvania Senate Education and Labor & Industry committees on adult education and workforce development in the Commonwealth.  The hearing, led by Sen. Camera Bartolotta (R-46) and Sen. Scott Martin (R-13), explored the critical needs of adults, training providers and employers throughout Pennsylvania, and […]

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New Program Spotlight: Bachelor’s in Public Health Administration

A year and a half into the COVID-19 pandemic, public health administrators are needed now more than ever.  Public health professionals focus on preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting human health through organized efforts that help the public make informed choices. Public Health covers a wide range of sociological, scientific, and mathematical approaches and seeks […]

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Career Bridge – what is it and how does it work?

You may have seen the commercial. You might have gotten an email. But by now, you’re surely asking yourself – what is this Career Bridge that everyone keeps talking about? Career Bridge is a new program at Peirce that prepares students with the skills, certifications and credentials needed for jobs that pay family-sustaining wages, and […]

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How to Recognize and Avoid Job Application Scams

As of late July, the market added almost a million jobs across the country and federal unemployment fell to just over 5%.  This is promising news following significant job loss due to the pandemic and a fluctuating job market faced with uncertainty. Simultaneously, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports an increase in employees resigning their […]

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