The odds were stacked against her: family health problems, homelessness. But Bay Area teen Sabrina Avalos is finding a way to overcome — and thrive.
Susan Tanner, Family Nurse Practitioner for CareMore, advises nursing students to never give up, “no matter how tough the endurance becomes.”
San Francisco business students have the opportunity to gain valuable insight from on of the “10 Rising Stars at the World’s Most Innovative Companies,” according to Forbes.
The Investigation and Security sector in San Francisco expects to see an increase of 16 percent in employment through 2020, but a college education can potentially lead to a better position and higher salary.
The University of California’s governing board tabled a policy on Thursday that would have made the public college system the nation’s second to tie bonuses awarded to winning athletic coaches to how well their players do in the classroom.
I’m going to sidestep the question of how we pay for this (and I realize that’s a pretty big step) to focus on what’s at the core of this: a recognition that community colleges are more than just “high schools with ashtrays”, as they’ve often been called. Way more.
California school officials are set to select as many as 15 community colleges for a pilot program that would allow them to offer 4-year degrees.
A San Francisco-based start-up is changing the way consumers can seek medical advice from a doctor.
Eric Chiu has helped HyTrust, the Silicon Valley company he co-founded, become an industry leader in virtualization and cloud security automation and control.
With a continuing shortage of qualified teachers in San Francisco and the rest of the Bay Area, many parents are turning to supplemental education for academic success for their children.