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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of Project Inspire's scholarship program in Miami, Florida!

From left to right, Lynn Geffrad (2011 recipient), Timothy Hill (2015 recipient), Octavia McFarlane (2014 recipient), Daphne Valcin (Project Inspire Founder and Executive Director), Clairminza Almonor (2015 recipient), Alicia Thompson (2014 recipient) 309 more words


Where Will Your Career in Health Care Take You?

As you are preparing for graduation and starting your career, you will see that there are many different directions that you can go. If you are looking for an adventure and want to see what it could be like working as a physical therapist outside of the United States, check out… 292 more words

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New Data on Study Abroad Programming Tells Us This is Not a Time for Complacency

Every year, international educators around the U.S. wait with a sense of excitement for the annual “Open Doors Report” published by the Institute for International Education.   1,127 more words

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Project Inspire Scholarship Alumni Profile: Torie Cobbs

This is the second of a profile series written by Social Media Coordinator Michelle Vergara that showcases previous Project Inspire Scholarship winners. Torie Cobbs is currently a junior at the University of West Florida (UWF), majoring in exercise and health science. 528 more words


Med Term: A Health Care Career Foundation

Medical Terminology is more than just a weed out course you have to take before getting to the core of the training in your chosen field. 449 more words

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Author Guest Blog: Complexity Leadership in a Career Setting

By Diana M. Crowell PhD, RN, NEA-BC

Ready or not, nurses entering the profession at every level will be expected to take on leadership roles. In complexity leadership, the style  is transformational, self-reflective, collaborative, and relationship-based. 115 more words

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