The Lifetime network is a known leader in understanding and celebrating women
Hoboken, NJ (PRWEB) March 19, 2008
eLearners.com, a web resource of EducationDynamics, today announced that its advocacy campaign, "Project Working Mom: Putting Education to Work," will be featured on an April edition of The Balancing Act, a new television series on Lifetime dedicated to addressing the issues facing today's professional woman. eLearners.com, in collaboration with American InterContinental University, DeVry University and Walden University, will give away at least $2 million in full-ride scholarships to working moms.
eLearners.com, an online resource that successfully connects learners to online education, launched "Project Working Mom: Putting Education to Work" to give working moms all the resources they need to empower themselves to go back to school online to improve their lives. The effort includes millions of dollars in full-ride scholarships, a complete searchable database of online accredited degree programs, a comprehensive database of over $15 billion in financial aid, a community of like-minded working moms for support, and a job search capability provided by the fourth largest job search engine, Job.com.
Project Working Mom will headline The Balancing Act, an original and informative daily half-hour television series on Lifetime that empowers women seeking personal and professional growth while managing a career, family and home. On the April show, the segment will educate viewers about the crisis of under-education and under-employment. It will also address the challenges presented by time, money and confidence in pursuing an education. The segment will highlight working mothers who found ways to go back to school online, by discussing their challenges and triumphs.
In May, eLearners.com will return to Lifetime on The Balancing Act to celebrate Mother's Day by awarding scholarships to selected recipients. Through "Project Working Mom: Putting Education to Work," eLearners.com and partner schools American InterContinental University, DeVry University and Walden University are granting at least $2 million in full-ride scholarships.
"The Lifetime network is a known leader in understanding and celebrating women," said Terrence Thomas, Chief Marketing Officer for eLearners.com. "We are proud to bring Project Working Mom to the viewers of The Balancing Act and to share our campaign and our commitment to improving educational resources for the hard-working moms in our country."
For more information on "Project Working Mom," to apply for a scholarship, or to check out eLearners.com's comprehensive resources, log on to http://www.projectworkingmom.com/.
The eLearners.com website is one of several high visibility, high-quality prospecting tools offered by EducationDynamics, LLC. Since 1999, eLearners.com has been successfully connecting learners to online education, including online degree and certificate programs, specialized career training, and a variety of online courses. For prospective students, eLearners® provides a powerful search engine for users to find thousands of online program offerings, as well as educational evaluation tools and financial aid resources. For colleges and universities, the eLearners.com website offers a low-cost, performance-based method to provide national exposure and increase enrollments in their programs. For more information on eLearners.com, visit http://www.elearners.com/.
EducationDynamics, LLC, a portfolio company of Halyard Capital, is a leading interactive marketing and information services company focused on helping higher education institutions find, enroll and retain students. Home to some of the most visible education websites, including EarnMyDegree.com, eLearners.com, GradSchools.com, and StudyAbroad.com, EducationDynamics is one of the leading providers of qualified leads for colleges and universities. In addition, the company offers a full suite of web-delivered products and services to manage a school's relationship with students across their entire life cycle from inquiry through enrollment to retention. For more information on EducationDynamics, please visit http://www.educationdynamics.com/.