As a pet photographer, part of Shelley Castle's is understanding animal behavior — many dogs are frightened by the clicking camera, she says. Fortunately, most are motivated by treats or toys.
Graduate school is a big investment. It can lead to big payoffs down the road, but paying for the actual schooling on the front end proves daunting to many students. The key is putting together a financing plan that's right for you and your career goals.
Here’s a bit of trivia: Which D.C. native oversees a bar trivia company that now boasts 1,700 events a year at more than 30 bars, with four full-time employees, 30 hosts and countless beers drunk and obscure factoids unearthed? That would be Nick Groves.
Graduate degrees can help people make a career change or climb the ladder. But when it comes to deciding between full-time or part-time programs, how do students choose the right fit? We sized up both contenders.
Since becoming certified as an indoor cycling instructor in 2006, Segbefia has pedaled her way from a rookie teacher to master instructor at Revolve.
When trying to get into graduate school, you want your application to stand out. But not because it’s missing information or is poorly prepared. Here are six tips from experts in the field to help admissions officers remember you — in a good way.
In today’s era of hashtag-heavy tweets, abbreviation-filled texts and quickly dashed-off emails, you might not think it matters if your written communications have lots of typos and no punctuation. But it does.
Kelly Laczko, 36, turned her love of gift-wrapping into a small business that has grown to include event planning and custom decorating for homes and restaurants.
Express chats with local craft coffee guru Chris Vigilante, of Vigilante Coffee Co., about how he's poured himself into his career.
Flexibility is the name of the game, and universities around the region are introducing programs that cater to the limited time executives have to acquire knowledge.