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How the Body Talks: 5 Tips for Professional Body Language

We’ve all heard that non-verbal communication speaks louder than actual words. From your posture to how you position your feet, body language creates critical...

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Hay U: The Best Way to Spend Spring Break

(EMMETT) When people think about college kids and spring break, they often get images of rowdy crowds, the beach scene, all-out wildness, and having...

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Graduates: Are You a Parasite or a Pollinator?

“Are you a parasite or a pollinator?” Keynote speaker Logan Wilkes posed this question at Broadview University–Orem’s summer commencement. Eighteen graduating students thought about what...

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December 22, 2014
Karen Newmeyer Broadview

More Than Luck: Orem Graduates Work Hard for Their Degrees

December 22, 2014

Campus director, Ryan Farley, quoting Samuel Goldwyn, said, “The harder I work, the luckier I get.” This perhaps best summarizes the achievements of our Broadview University-Orem fall 2014 graduates. At the...

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December 18, 2014
Karen Newmeyer Broadview

Getting to Graduation: Helping Utah’s Students Finish What They Started

December 18, 2014

By Ryan Farley, campus director Imagine you finally muster the time, energy and resources to once again pursue finishing your college degree, only to be told you’ll need to...

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December 18, 2014
Karen Newmeyer Broadview

The Giving Game: Giving Back to the Community at Christmas

December 18, 2014

By Amanda Black, administrative assistant Each December, empty boxes start popping up around Broadview University-Orem waiting to be filled with food, toys and other donations for families in need of a...

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December 16, 2014
ctannehill Broadview

Medical Assistant ‘Elves’ Host Clothing Exchange

December 16, 2014
ctannehillBroadview

During the past two months, the medical assistant students at Broadview University-Boise have been busy elves. During the month of November, they accepted donations of gently used men’s, women’s...

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December 16, 2014
jhendricks Broadview

Broadview University Student, Military Veteran Starts a New Career

December 16, 2014
jhendricksBroadview

Aaron Valentine, a veteran and Broadview University-West Jordan student, recently found a job that fit his veterinary technology program. We recently spoke with Aaron to learn more about it....

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December 16, 2014
ctannehill Broadview

How Adopting a Cat and Taking Him to the Vet Got One Student a Job

December 16, 2014
ctannehillBroadview

Priscilla Morales, a veterinary technology student at Broadview University-Boise, acquired her job at Caldwell Veterinary Hospital without submitting a resume or cover letter. Instead, it was her urinalysis report from...

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December 16, 2014
Staff Writer Broadview

How Broadview University Works to Fill the Skills Gap

December 16, 2014
Staff WriterBroadview

As a career college, Broadview University has been at the forefront of connecting educated workers with companies in need of skilled employees. Our programs are crafted with input from...

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The Broadview Bonus

We Add Value. With Broadview University’s CareerPath initiative, you’ll enjoy lower tuition and six-week sessions so you can get to your degree—quickly and cost effectively!

Popular Posts
How the Body Talks: 5 Tips for Professional Body Language

We’ve all heard that non-verbal communication speaks louder than actual words. From your posture to how you position your feet, body language creates critical...

Read More
Hay U: The Best Way to Spend Spring Break

(EMMETT) When people think about college kids and spring break, they often get images of rowdy crowds, the beach scene, all-out wildness, and having...

Read More
Graduates: Are You a Parasite or a Pollinator?

“Are you a parasite or a pollinator?” Keynote speaker Logan Wilkes posed this question at Broadview University–Orem’s summer commencement. Eighteen graduating students thought about what...

Read More