Education

As student debt rises, Columbus business leaders discuss ways to reduce the burden

Young business leaders see opportunity for Columbus to attract bright millennial minds by reducing what they owe on college loans.

All part of the job: Higher ed institutions respond to industry need

Local employers and educators collaborate to make sure students learn what they will need in the workforce.

How Online Degree Programs Factor into Higher Ed's Future

Central Ohio colleges and universities are upping the ante on eLearning and distance education.

Nonprofit Spotlight: Children’s Hunger Alliance Supplies Food for Kids to Flourish

Children’s Hunger Alliance bolsters mission with sound business practices.

Airstream to Produce Student-Designed Trailer

Ohio-based Airstream will put into production a trailer designed by Columbus College of Art and Design students with the freelance economy in mind: a mobile home/workspace for creatives. The project exemplifies CCAD’s focus on training artists as entrepreneurs.

Student employment not an afterthought at Groove U

As many students start off college this year, their first class is likely not on how to get a job four or two years later. But for Dwight Heckelman, founder and director of Groove U, a music industry program located in Victorian Village, that’s his two-year-old school’s priority.

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