Two Aviation Scholarships For Women

Based on information culled from the Airman's Database, women only account for 5.12 percent of the airline and commercial pilots in the United States. However, this disparity will shrink considerably in the future as currently 12.02 percent of pilot students are female. If you're a woman considering a career as a pilot, here are two scholarship opportunities that may help you achieve your dream. Women in Corporate Aviation Women in Corporate Aviation is a non-profit organization focused on bringing professionals in the industry together. [Read More]

Kindergarten Readiness: 3 Ways To Make Sure Your Preschooler Is Ready For The Transition

Going to school for the first time is a milestone that you and your child will never forget. However, you know that there are still many things your child needs to learn this year if they are going to succeed in kindergarten. From literacy development to reigning in their behavior, you can use these strategies to get your child where they need to be by the time they are done with their pre-kindergarten program and ready to head off to school. [Read More]

Should You Take Practice Tests To Prepare For Your Roofing Contractor Exam?

How easy is it to pass your contractor exam for roofing? You may think that test preparation consists of learning all there is to know about installing roofs, and there's truth to that. You do need to know your trade. But the licensing exam -- regardless of which state you are in -- can't adequately capture your hands-on knowledge. You'll have to be familiar with what the test asks and know some strategies for success. [Read More]

Answers To Commonly Asked Questions About Adult Education

Going back to school as an adult can seem daunting. Many people would like to further their education in their later years, but are unsure about how the process would work. Here are some answers to commonly asked questions about adult education programs. Would I Qualify For Government Grants and Loans? The good news is government grants and student loans are usually based on income and enrollment in an accredited institution rather than age. [Read More]