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STONEPILE’s blog contains incredible cutting edge industry information from Base4, as well as informative articles from the prestigious STONEPILE faculty.

Women in Construction

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The 1.3 Trillion Dollar Industry Needs Women to Lead Why Women Succeed How Women Make It Better What next? The construction industry needs leaders- and they are relying on women to fill the gap and take the lead. Currently, women make up only 9.4% of the total industry, with only 1 out of 100 women…
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Affordable & Success-Oriented Higher Education

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STONEPILE is a new institution of higher education offering a Bachelor of Applied Science in Construction Management and Associate of Applied Science in Construction. Why Students need to know about this 4-year construction college Forging the way to higher education and a success-oriented degree for your students: What are we doing that’s different from the rest? Guiding the…
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How to Help Your Undecided Students

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Smashing through the Stereotypes Ask students today what they will do after graduation.  Most respond they will attend a college or trade school, unless they are certain of their non-degreed career path. Many remain unsure if, where, and how they will enter the next chapter of their academic lives. Chances are they won’t say they…
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Majority of US construction firms plan to add workers in 2020

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Despite signs of a slowing economy, most US construction firms expect demand for their services and hiring will expand in 2020, yet even more firms are worried about their ability to find qualified workers to hire, according to survey results released by the Associated General Contractors of America and Sage Construction and Real Estate. Stephen E. Sandherr,…
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Online vs. traditional college: Which is right for you?

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Is online or traditional school the one for you? As seniors are approaching the end of their high school career, many of them are wondering what they should do with their future. There isn’t a wrong answer for what to do after high school, but you should look at all opportunities that are available to…
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The Disruption of Higher Education

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2020: Redefining the College Choice Today’s students have more opportunities than any other generation. So how do they choose their path? No longer is merely attending college the single goal overshadowing all other aspirations. The shrewd student of today wants more. They aim to learn tech-savvy skills needed for the jobs of tomorrow, avoid cumbersome school debt,…
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Secretary DeVos Delivers on Promise to Provide Students Relevant, Actionable Information Needed to Make Personalized Education Decisions

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WASHINGTON — Today, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos delivered on her promise to provide students more information than ever before as they make decisions about their postsecondary education options. Thanks to the groundbreaking redesign of the College Scorecard, students can now find customized, accessible, and relevant data on potential debt and earnings based on…
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10 Ways to Help Your Teen With the College Decision

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It’s Decision Time For high school seniors who are admitted to multiple colleges, deciding which one to attend often requires additional research and deliberation. But teens only have a few weeks to make up their minds – National College Decision Day is May 1 for many colleges and universities. Parents have a role to play in…
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Applying to College: FAQs

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Here are answers to a few of the most commonly asked questions about applying to college. When should I start? The summer before your senior year is the best time to start. Most students do the majority of their application work in the fall of their senior year. See a college application timeline for seniors. How…
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DeVos pushes alternative credentials, flexibility in speech to business leaders

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Wednesday extolled the potential benefits of microcredentials and other alternatives to traditional degrees, calling on the higher education sector to innovate and look to inexpensive programs for college students. Speaking to corporate leaders at an event run by the Committee for Economic Development of The Conference…
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