Thursday, October 21, 2010

How to Prepare for an Uncertain Future

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Ashworth College. All opinions are 100% mine.

After this two year (almost) stint of unemployment, I believe the key to remaining employed and employable is having the right education or even following through on the degree which is conferred (something I didn't do with my MS in counseling).  And with the new education changes being brought about by the Obama administration that will essentially totally dumb down our public schools, now is the time for parents to look elsewhere for an education for their children.  Introducing High School Online by Ashworth College.  There are alternatives to public or costly private schools.  Tuition will include all course materials and books and the tuition is up to 50% less than the average accredited online school. 

 Ashworth College Featured by National Education Report would be the best choice for current high school students or those returning to school.  This is ideal for those students who need just a few credits in order to graduate on time due to transfers or even to avoid summer school.  It is a flexible and self-paced curriculum allowing your student  to study at his own speed. 

Check out the Ashworth Video Gallery to see what your student can be a part of.  Ashworth College offers zero-interest financing plus a low monthly payment plan, with monthly payments as low as a couple of large pizzas.  They also guarantee that your student will graduate without huge outstanding student loan debt.  Considering the expense of college that would be a plus.

Your student can choose from three different regionally accredited programs that include General, College Preparatory and Vocational.  Don't let your student miss an opportunity to excel in the sometimes confusing workplace as research shows GEDs aren't typically regarded as well as a high school diploma by colleges or employers.  So to ensure for a better future, make sure your student has the education basics in a high school diploma.

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