Improve Your Finances - Invest in Yourself.
Can billions in a stimulus package or slashed interest rates guarantee your financial future? Not in today's job market says newly named director of Webster's Global MBA program, Anne Browning.
"New college grads or those recently laid off or downsized can't sit passively by and expect to get their careers on track. Not in 2009," says Ms. Browning. "Now is the time to invest in yourself by shaping your professional life into something employers want."
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For more on how Webster's Global MBA Program can help you invest in your future, join Ms. Browning and members of her team at The Dubliner, (St. Louis, MO) Thursday February 26 from 5:30 – 7:30pm for an informational session about the next MBA cohort. Next year at this time you could be in Europe or Asia, investing in yourself and moving your career forward!
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Humpty Dumpty's Rebound Strategy
Dean Akande, in a commentary today published in dozens of media outlets, including Forbes.com and CNN's Anderson Cooper 360, offers lessons from Humpty Dumpty applicable to the financial crisis.
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Webster Announces Its Own Stimulus Plan
Webster University is a step ahead of President Obama. This week the president signed into law a stimulus plan that includes tax credit for college tuition so more students may further their education. Webster is taking that aid even further with two news scholarships designed for dependents of its alumni, part-time faculty and staff.
"During these difficult economic times, Webster University continues to work diligently to identify ways to help members of the Webster community," said Webster President Neil J. George.
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