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Opportunity In a Time of Change: Veteran HR Exec David DeJesus On the Value of A Career in Healthcare Administration

There’s unprecedented change in the healthcare industry right now, as well as immense opportunity – including for those looking to […]

15 Ways to Avoid E-Mail Overload

Practical Advice for Busy Professionals, courtesy of Providence College School of Continuing Education It’s easy to become overwhelmed by e-mail. […]

PC School of Continuing Education Grad Luis Colon of West Warwick Named UPCEA Outstanding Student 2018

Luis Colon of West Warwick has been named the recipient of the 2018 Outstanding Student Award by the New England […]

Celebrating a Century of Continuing Education for Adults

PC’s School of Continuing Education (SCE) Traces Its Roots Back to 1918, When The First Night Courses Were Offered to […]

A Degree and New Dream Job At 60: How Clara Carvajal ‘17SCE Made it Happen

In July, Clara Carvajal ‘17SCE started her dream job as a regulatory coordinator at The Miriam Hospital’s Cardiovascular Research Center. […]

How PC’s First “GATA” Grad Earned a Bachelor’s Degree for Half the Cost of Many State Colleges

Twenty-one year-old Victoria DuBois of Warwick just received her bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies at Providence College’s School of Continuing […]

PC SCE Student and “Best Warrior” Aims to Combine Leadership with Military Skills to Build a Winning Future

At just 21 years old, Yanni Tsiranides already has a laser-sharp focus on what he wants his future to hold, […]

The In-Demand Skill All SCE Students Can Build With a Single Click

What’s one skill that is in high demand by employers and yet often sorely lacking in employees? Writing. In its Job […]

Dream Career, Take Two: Veronica Lopez on Making it Happen

A few weeks ago, Veronica Lopez attended the Career Expo hosted by PC’s Center for Career Education and Professional Development. […]

Going Back to School – Twice – As a Veteran and Father of Four

At 29, Sean Moore of Cranston, RI already had much to be proud of in his life when he enrolled […]

Is Going Back to School Really Worth It?

​​​Dean of PC School of Continuing Education Says Yes, But Three Key Factors Must Be Met With the New Year […]

12 Questions with PC SCE Assistant Dean Anne Nagle

​If you’re an SCE alumni or current student, chances are great that you not only know her, but love her. […]

The Magic of Christmas and The Secret to Success How PC SCE Alumna and Author Has Captured Them Both

Christmas wishes are magical. Sometimes, they come true. But most times it’s up to us to make our wishes come […]

Meet The Sugar Plum Fairy Who’s Also A Student at Providence College School of Continuing Education

Is there anything better than discovering your gift and making it your passion from a young age? The Sugar Plum […]

Natasha Bruno: From CCRI to PC While a Professional and a Parent

Natasha Bruno is a hard-working professional from Boston, working as an account manager in the insurance industry. She’s also a […]

PC SCE Faculty Feature: 12 Questions with Eric E. Sung

Art and adventure are two words that describe the passions of Eric E. Sung. Put them together and it seems […]

8 Body Language Cues for Powerful Public Speaking

Few things in the academic or professional world cause more anxiety than public speaking and presentations. The fear and anxiety […]

4 Tips for Successful Studying

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Studying is essential for successful learning, yet few students know how to study most effectively. According to a recent article […]

PC SCE Faculty Feature: 12 Questions with Paul Doughty

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Paul Doughty is an arson investigator with the Providence Fire Department. Since 2015 he’s also been an adjunct faculty member […]

PC SCE Faculty Feature: 12 Questions with Neil F.X. Kelly

Neil Kelly, a former police officer, is currently a member of the Rhode Island Department of Attorney General.  He has […]

How PC Makes it Possible: Flexible Class Schedules and Formats

One of the biggest worries of adult students is how to work class time into an already busy schedule. Between […]

PC SCE Grad-Mercedes Hernandez

We all want our lives to have purpose. Some of us are lucky enough to know exactly what it is, […]

From Single Mom to College Grad, Business Owner and Women’s Mentor: Gina Leary-Almeida, ‘12SCE

When Gina Leary-Almeida decided to pursue her Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies at PC’s School of Continuing Education, she was […]

PC SCE Faculty Feature: 12 Questions with Kristin Cassarino

As an instructor in PC SCE’s Teacher Certification Program, Kristin Cassarino has a unique appreciation for the experience of being […]

The Secret to Not Working a Day In Your Life

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​We’ve all heard the old adage, “love what you do and you’ll never work a day in your life.” After […]

Financial Aid for Adult Students in Six Easy Steps

Many adult students mistakenly think they aren’t eligible for financial aid. But that is simply not the case. Any continuing […]

Adult Internships

Most think of an internship as a summer job for traditional college students, but more adult students, college grads, and […]

Sometimes Taking a Step Backward is the Best Way to Move Forward: Advice from a Recent Night School Grad

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Two years ago Jared Dodge ‘16SCE was a hotel manager in Washington, D.C. At just 33, he’d already been in […]

Transfer Friendly & Credit for Life Experience

You’re ready to get that degree, but concerned about the cost and the time required to get there. There are […]

Seven Ways to Afford the Degree You’ve Always Wanted

​​​​For many adults who dream of earning a college degree, paying for school can seem like a daunting obstacle. The truth […]

My Return on Education (ROE): Marc Paulhus ‘84SCE, President, Citizens Bank RI

​​“Nobody expects a bank president to start out as a teller.” So says Marc Paulhus ‘84SCE. But today, more than […]

Fulfilling the Dream I Didn’t Know I Had

​​​​​​​How Costa Rica, a Bad Economy and PCSCE’s Teacher Certification Program Helped Kelly Melendez Loaiza, ‘11TCP, Reimagine Her Life Kelly […]

Veteran, mom of four: these two things made it possible to earn my college degree

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Racquel Ray of Barrington, RI is an Air Force veteran, the mother of four children who range in age from […]

Meet SCE Instructor Kirtley Fisher: Helping students help each other

Kirtley Fisher teaches a course in the Providence College School of Continuing Education called “Leadership and Diversity” — part of […]