Nicole Maske

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Nicole has worked as an editor for newspapers and scholarly journals in philosophy and is currently based in Cambodia.

Warm Up Your Tech Muscles with Flatiron School

Coding bootcamps first came on the scene in the early 2010s. Their goal was simple: to increase access to fast-tracked intensive learning for less than the costs of a bachelor’s degree. Initially, bootcamps struggled to gain broad acceptance among employers. …

Setting the Record Straight on Income Share Agreements

One day in 2018, Annie Bellefleur sighed in disappointment after being turned down for a student loan. Annie, at the time, was working as a front office assistant for a healthcare company in Atlanta. It was her fourth company in…

Investment or Expense: Calculate Your Education ROI with Climb Credit

There’s a promise deeply embedded within the higher education system. It’s a promise that has withstood the test of time. It persisted during the Great Recession of ‘08 and even as the country saw the alarming rise of the student…

Graphic Design Courses: Brush Up on Your Creativity

There’s an age-old adage that says “a picture is worth a thousand words.” For graphic designers, this philosophy rings true. It’s certainly one of the first lessons they’re taught when taking graphic design courses.  There is so much more to…

Project Management Courses to Be an Effective Leader

For any business endeavor to take off, proper project planning and execution are vital. However, competence in both is difficult to come by. As a result, many promising projects rarely deliver the expected returns. Enter project management courses.  There are…

Code Now, Pay Later: How an ISA Helped Launch Hamilton Young’s Tech Career

As 2018 came to a close, Hamilton Young decided that he wanted to learn how to code. Prior to this, he was working as a personal fitness trainer—something that he’d been doing for nearly two years. Hamilton enjoyed the job,…

Upskill the Tech Community Through Galvanize

In 2018, a LinkedIn survey identified professional development as the main driver of workplace satisfaction. In other words, if employees feel stagnant in their careers, they’re more likely to find a job elsewhere. This was in step with being satisfied…

Bachelor of Architecture: Design Your Own Future

Seeing an idea come to life is an exhilarating experience enjoyed by few. Among them are the architects. Architects are frequently seen as artists with the ground as their canvas. This is why those who aspire to pursue a bachelor…

I Signed up for Prehired: Is It Worth It?

Although financial security is not the end-all-be-all when choosing a career, it inevitably becomes a concern down the road. For Hannah Burgess, this became evident when she became a mother. At age 21, Hannah was already working long hours as…

Decoding the Financial Landscape with Climb Credit

As any student knows, simply relying on hard work, passion and penny-pinching thrift is no longer a tenable formula in attaining a post-secondary education. For those who come from low- to middle-class families, such an aspiration means greater financial sacrifices.…

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