Ah, essays. They have been a part of your education since elementary school. Few students actually like essays, but, unfortunately for most students, the essay remains a part of your educational experience all the way through college and definitely in graduate school. But the essay does not have to ruin your semester. Essays can be… Read More


The latest statistics show that SAT writing scores for the graduating class of 2011 are the lowest scores ever recorded. What does that mean for this generation of students? With the advent of texting and even business correspondence relaxing thanks to email and electronic versions of resumes, does writing matter any more? Should we even… Read More


Do you like to write? Have you been told your writing skills are good? Maybe you should consider a degree in writing. The need for written content has boomed in the last 10 years, and YOU could be that one person whose voice your industry is looking for. Check out these three writing careers and how you can obtain them through earning an online degree.… Read More


Full Sail University, an online school, recently announced that it will beginning offering a bachelor’s degree in creative writing for entertainment and a master’s in new media journalism. College officials said that the online bachelor’s degree in creative writing for entertainment focuses on helping students perfect their story writing. The 32-month curriculum incorporates courses such… Read More


Writing is a major part of any education, so producing quality work is essential. Good writing almost always requires multiple drafts, as well as quality editing and checks for quality. Depending on the nature of your project, you may just want to have someone else proofread your writing. But, if the project is especially important,… Read More


Once you have completed your education, the next step in your career is usually interviewing for jobs. An essential tool in the job interview process is an impressive resume. In alot of ways, your resume is your only tool to get your foot in the door. Many employers go over hundreds or thousands of resumes… Read More