Galvanize is set to acquire Hack Reactor, a San Francisco-based provider of campus-based and online coding bootcamp programs.
Considered the birthplace of ROTC, Norwich University in Vermont is the oldest private military college in the U.S. On Wednesday, the college announced that it would offer an income share agreement (ISA) to its students as a means to finance their studies.
Denver-based computer coding training school Galvanize is to acquire competitor Hack Reactor in a deal that brings together two of the largest privately held coding boot camps, the two companies told Reuters.
Digital badges are a validated virtual representation of an individual's successful development of a new skill or completion of a project or level of education.
They shift risk from students to investors and nudge universities to think about employability
There are more jobs available in the United States than people officially considered unemployed, yet the underemployment rate among recent college graduates - those ages 22-27 who are either unemployed or in jobs that...
Nation's oldest private military college launches income share agreement program to tackle affordability, retention, and completion
District Council 37 (DC 37), New York City's public-sector labor union announced a new initiative to help its members track professional credentials and skills development, and match them with career pathways.
Today we'd like to introduce you to Norman Allgood. After serving in the U.S. Army as an active duty noncommissioned officer, Norm earned both his bachelor's and master's degrees in his 30s. It was through his own personal journey that Norm became an advocate for improving...
Rice University is providing an express lane for data analysis jobs and their potential $60,000-plus salary.