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Resources for Adult Learners: The Basics of Applying for Scholarships

Working adult students at Peirce College get support from the Walker Center for Academic Excellence to manage common concerns and issues important to them. Walker Center resources are designed to help you balance completing your degree while juggling the demands of work, school, and family. The following Walker Center presentation on The Basics of Applying for Scholarships will teach you how to research scholarships that match your educational level and background. Have questions? Contact the...Read More »

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Resources for Adult Learners: Stress Management

Working adult students at Peirce College get support from the Walker Center for Academic Excellence to manage common concerns and issues important to them. Walker Center resources are designed to help you balance completing your degree while juggling the demands of work, school, and family. The following Walker Center presentation on Stress Management will help you learn more about what causes stress and how to manage it. Learn what stress is, how it affects our...Read More »

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Resources for Adult Learners: Time Management

Working adult students at Peirce College get support from the Walker Center for Academic Excellence to manage common concerns and issues important to them. Walker Center resources are designed to help you balance completing your degree while juggling the demands of work, school, and family. The following Walker Center presentation on Organizing Time will help you organize your life to become more productive and better able to complete tasks and projects. You will learn the...Read More »

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Don’t get lost in big places

Find yourself in small ones. Like Peirce College. You’ve already found your way here because you’re trying to find the right school to help you accelerate your career. That’s why you’re researching local colleges. It’s no secret there are big opportunities for working adults in Philadelphia who get or complete their college degree. Between 1998 and 2008, employment opportunities in the Philadelphia region expanded into new sectors such as education, health services, and professional services....Read More »

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