Like many things in 2020, the holiday season will be far from normal and this will have negative consequences for small businesses, particularly retailers. Here’s how a group of Local Economic Development students hope to help change that by encouraging people to “buy local”.
Michelle and Josephine describe how they managed the transition from in-person to online while juggling full-time jobs and offer advice to fellow students.
Women have been disproportionately affected economically by the COVID-19 pandemic. But when this is all over, will their voices be a part of the recovery or left silent?
How online learning has enabled Heather and Bob to connect with others in Programs for 50+ workshops during a time when we have to be apart.
A Chang School publishing graduate talks about how she became involved with the new Chang Career Flash Mentoring program and networking when in-person meetups aren’t possible.
The Chang School’s local economic development experts explain why skilled economic development professionals are in demand to help municipalities and businesses with post-pandemic recovery planning.
Anita Fineberg has practiced privacy law for more than 25 years. In this blog post, she writes about the skills needed to become a privacy professional.
Whether you’re a first-timer or an old pro, there are always some useful tips to make sure that going fully online for your education will be a success.
When COVID-19 hit, Kyle Klein quickly pivoted to use his emergency management skills that have changed his career path in ways he couldn’t have imagined.
In a society that favours early birds, here’s why remote learning during the pandemic is giving night owls a bit of a break. Plus, some tips on getting zzzs during uncertain times.