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United States Department of Veterans Affairs Education Service Training
To better serve our students utilizing educational benefits through the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, California Coast University staff completed a VA Education Service Training on January 9th. Policies and procedures are always changing and we know the importance of keeping up to date…
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Distance Education and Training Council (DETC) Fall Workshop - New Orleans

The Big Easy was the setting for DETC's Fall Workshop held October 13-15, 2013 at The Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans. President Tom Neal, Chief Academic Officer Murl Tucker, Ph.D. and Director of Planning and Compliance Natasha Franklin represented California Coast University. There were presentations…

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California Coast University attends the 39th Annual Training Symposium for the California Crime Prevention Officers Association
Admissions Representatives from California Coast University were on hand to meet with law enforcement professionals to discuss how one of our degree programs might be of benefit to the attendees.
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4 Tips to Find Your Next Job Faster
Today’s tough economy has put many people out of work, and that means that there are more job applicants than jobs. While many Americans rely on online job listings to find employment opportunities, the internet isn’t necessarily the best job-hunting tool at their disposal. So, how can you get your foot…
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Train Your Brain for Better Memory
Establishing a connection means personalization. whether social, business, or otherwise. Whether social, business, or otherwise, If you can’t remember another person’s name, you’re going to struggle to form a relationship, whether social, business, or otherwise.
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Wounded Warrior Program Aids Young Disabled Veterans
A lethal roadside bomb wounded Master Sergeant Jeffrey Mittman on July 7, 2005, in Baghdad, Iraq. Mittman chose to become involved in a training program with National Industries for the Blind (NIB) through the Warrior in Transition Program.
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