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By Tanner Esplin
We are excited to announce that we are converting our annual Interior Design Portfolio Event to a virtual experience.
Going through your list of to-dos as you prepare to start college? One task you’ll want to give some extra lead-time is finding housing near your college of choice. While your housing selection isn’t set in stone forever, moving multiple times during school breaks is not ideal, so try setting your sights on a place you’ll be happy staying long-term. What other things should you consider as you start your hunt? Here are some steps to take before choosing your place.
President Kusch: Any quick reports on community service or activities that people have been involved with?
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Ensign College honored its first graduating class following its name change from LDS Business College, Thursday afternoon.
By Shelley Neville
Learning the skills to succeed in a career is only part of why so many young people choose a college education. Indeed, college provides the ideal environment for making lasting connections and breaking out of your comfort zone to try new things. Whether you’re looking for ways to stay active, want to join an academic team, or just need to have some fun after a hard day of classes, we’ve highlighted some resources for getting involved during school.
Ensign College has announced its plans for the upcoming Fall 2021 Semester, as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic.
College marks a significant era of evolution for high school grads or workers looking to improve their long-term financial situations. What many people don’t tell you is how to maximize this pivot point to achieve more immediate success in the workforce.
As you work through the planning process to pay for college, it’s important to leave no stone unturned. One element of financial aid that eludes some students is the opportunity for institutional scholarships offered by their school. These “niche” scholarships cater to the common circumstances of a particular college’s student body, and are often easier to qualify for.
President Kusch: I wanted to take a couple of minutes at the outset of this meeting to see if anybody would like to share anything that they have done regarding community outreach and the policy that we put into place giving people permission to spend a few hours per month on this. If there's anybody who would like to share something that they did.
Are you an incoming freshman, wondering how to prepare for your first semester? Transitioning from high school to college is an exhilarating milestone… with so much to learn! To set yourself up for success, your first order of business should be preparing for new student orientation.
The time will soon come when you’ll graduate from being a student to a working professional. This is a significant transition, and one you should prepare for with diligence and enthusiasm. If there’s one thing we can’t stress enough for those seeking success—it’s preparation.
Ensign College recently identified 428 cybersecurity employment opportunities available along the Wasatch Front, with new positions added every day. Likewise, across the U.S., the demand for cyber- analysts, auditors, engineers and other cybersecurity experts is unparalleled, as every business and entity recognizes the need to protect its assets.
Graduating high school and stepping into the unknown of college is exhilarating…and can also be a bit nerve-wracking. But never more so than this year, when the uncertainties of the pandemic have brought online models of education and quickly shifting plans to the forefront.
Subject Matter Immersion at Ensign College was recently featured by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
Students from Ensign College dominated in a virtual DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) competition over the weekend.
As a soon-to-be or already graduated job-seeker, among the things most on your mind is likely how to stand out in a sea of other highly qualified job candidates. You know that skills are paramount, as is steady performance in school and great references. Previous experience in your field—paid or unpaid—is definitely a bonus. But—you may be wondering what else you can do to get noticed in a stack of resumes and line of interviewees.
By Colette Dalton
Going to college and learning how to execute the intricacies of your chosen profession is a fantastic accomplishment, and one you should be proud of. However, having the prowess to program software or launch an SEO campaign (the technical skills of the job) is only half the battle. Today’s employers want workers who can demonstrate their grasp of essential soft skills, as well.

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