There are millions of online college students in the US alone, and unfortunately, there have been limited opportunities for them to reach out and connect with one another in one central online location
Boston, Ma (Vocus) March 18, 2009
Launched as a private beta in late 2008, the AchieveYourCareer.com Student Voices Blog already features over 1,700 articles in less than 3 months. The blog is now officially launched and is available to anyone wishing to read, share, and connect with other online students. The articles cover a variety of topics directly related to earning your college degree online.
The following are just a few topics covered by unbiased online student writers.
The Online Education process
Pro’s and Con’s of a College Degree Online
Financing available for Online College Students
Balancing a Career and Online Degrees
It has become a great resource for anyone interested in learning more about the online college experience. Some of the current writers include working moms and dads, business professionals, and full time students. “There are millions of online college students in the US alone, and unfortunately, there have been limited opportunities for them to reach out and connect with one another in one central online location”, stated AchieveYourCareer.com President, Michael Speicher.
For those students studying online, there can be a lack of social connection with fellow classmates. “We are hoping that students will welcome the opportunity to write articles, share their thoughts, and meet other students that are working to earn their online degree.”
“Anyone who has attended an online college or is currently enrolled can easily sign up and start to write about their experiences. The students that are writing now did not have this resource to help guide them through the process of finding the right school, enrolling, and continuing to balance studies with your schedule.” Speicher added.
Become a part of this online college student community! If you would like to write for the AchieveYourCareer.com blog, please email Tom Boyce, Community Manager.