Students Receive Career Coaching at Online-Education.net

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Students and career seekers can get free personal career advice online from nationally recognized career performance coach Barbara Hauser, M.A. Online-Education.net's Career Coach section (http://www.online-education.net/career-training/#ask) allows users to tap Hauser's wealth of business and career expertise and get the guidance that they need.

The new career coach Q&A section at Online-Education.net allows students to ask questions ranging from topics about degree programs to individual online coursework. Coach Barbara Hauser's background in advising major corporations, small businesses, and individuals makes her an invaluable resource to career and education seekers, from aspiring veterinarians to enlisted military personnel.

"Barb really offers a whole new dimension to students interested in online learning," Aaron Lee, spokesman for Online-Education.net, said. "Her professional expertise gives students the chance to tap a great depth of knowledge to help them make those crucial career and education choices."

Coaching students seeking online degrees perfectly fits this self-described "pathfinder" who enjoys "striking out into new territory." A graduate from Virginia Tech University with a Master of Arts Degree in Curriculum and Instructional Design, Hauser's professional services have been solicited by corporations including:

  • DHL
  • Gatorade
  • Coca-Cola
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Johnson and Johnson Medical

Professional coaching arose from the human potential movement of the '50s, but it has come into its own during the Internet age. Career coaching provides the support and encouragement vital to today's online student, who often studies independently.

Online-Education.net (http://www.online-education.net/) is a one-stop source for students and prospective students. In addition to interactive career coaching, the site offers information on courses, online degree programs, and computer training.

Site: http://www.online-education.net/career-coach/ask-the-career-coach.html

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