Theoria Technical College announced today that the Early Childhood Education & CDA (ECE/CDA) program(s) has/have received a college credit recommendation(s) from the National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS).
This benefits providers learners the ability to gain access to college credit for completion of (8 ECE/CDA) courses by using the credit recommendation(s) set forth by NCCRS.
“Theoria is very passionate about the industry of early childhood education and care. We are excited to offer our students another pathway to completing their educational goals. With credit recommendations from NCCRS, our students at Theoria have access to even more opportunities to advance their professional knowledge and skills in early education environments. This means teachers are better prepared, more knowledgeable, and ready to support our youngest learners, families, and the community.” -Phillip D. White IV, President of Theoria Technical College
Theoria Technical College is a college for early education professionals. Theoria offers Early Childhood Education and CDA courses in an accelerated format for affordable prices, outside traditional working hours in an online format. Our courses are an alternative pathway for teachers to earn higher ed in early education by offering classes on weekends and weeknights, online and in-person classes.
“NCCRS is pleased to recommend college credit for Theoria Technical College’s ECE/CDA course(s),” NCCRS Director Lisa Sax Mahoney said. “Through our professional evaluations, we support the recognition of high-quality workforce training programs delivered by qualified organizations across the country.”
Founded in 1973 by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York, the National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS), located in Albany, New York, is an organization that evaluates and establishes college credit recommendations for courses offered by the government, industry, and other noncollegiate sponsors.
NCCRS collaborates with more than 1,500 organizations and institutions of higher education across the United States and beyond. NCCRS member organizations include state government agencies, apprenticeship sponsors, corporations, and community and faith-based organizations. A few long-standing members include the City of New York Police Department (NYPD), the Fire Department of the City of New York (FDNY), and Consolidated Edison. Since its inception, NCCRS has evaluated and recommended college credit for more than 5,200 courses, exams, and educational programs enabling individuals to gain access to college credit for successful completion of qualified learning.
For more information, visit www.theoriatechnical.com
Theoria Technical College
Phillip D. White IV
Career & Technical Education
MCP’s philosophy has always been: To help families find a school where the student succeeds, and the family can afford. MCP does this by focusing on 3 things, budget, research, and academics. The current debt associated with college education is staggering. MCP’s belief is it starts by understanding a family’s budget. Paying for college is one of the top five financial decisions families face Mr. Ziegler works with families on figuring out what they have saved, budgeting and saving. With a plan, the thought of a tuition bill due is not as stressful.
Parents are welcome to attend our free event at one of locations listed below. All events start at 6:30 pm. Reservations are required, please see MCP’s website for details.
April 20, 2022 at Ohio University-Dublin
April 27, 2022 at JCC-Bexley
May 4, 2022 at Otterbein Roush Hall-Westerville
May 5, 2022 at Pickerington Public Library
May 10, 2022 at The Courtyard by Marriot, New Albany, OH
Marc E. Ziegler, President & CEO, is a College Planning Specialist, working with parents nationally. Marc holds a BA from the University of California at San Diego, and a MA from Azusa Pacific University.
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The College Investor has come out with their 2022 rankings and guide to The Best Tax Software for consumers.
In this year’s guide, The College Investor has expanded the categories to reflect the changing dynamics of consumer tax filing, especially focused on the additions of crypto and NFTs, as well as investing and stock trading. The main categories include:
– Best Free File
– Best for Student Loan Borrowers
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– Best for Landlords
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– Best for Virtual Tax Preparation
“This is our seventh year ranking the tax software programs available, and we’re pleased to see most adapting to the current needs of the consumer – including a big focus on stimulus checks, unemployment income, and reconciling the Advance Child Tax Credit,” said Mr. Robert Farrington, America’s Millennial Money Expert® and Founder of The College Investor.
“Taxpayers can find all the available tax filing software options on The College Investor, and make an informed decision as to which tool would best suit their needs. Each software ranking is accompanied by a thorough review for each of the available options, aiming to showcase the pros and cons of every software package. What’s more, this year we’ve increased our video reviews so that consumers can get a virtual walk-through of tax software options and understand what they’re getting.”
The College Investor posts fresh content related to the areas of personal finance, investing, and student loan debt, and more, on a regular basis. The College Investor also hosts a daily podcast on money topics, which can be found here.
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BIENNALE COLLEGE TEATRO 2022-2023
The new calls for applications of the Biennale College Teatro are online on the La Biennale di Venezia website www.labiennale.org as of Tuesday 23 November 2021. The calls are part of the project of Artistic Directors Stefano Ricci and Gianni Forte (ricci/forte).
A new call is aimed at:
- Performers (both from Italy and abroad) aged 18-40 for the production of two original creations to be performed outdoors and complying with the concept of the Festival in 2022: Red. The call will be open from 23 November 2021 to 17 January 2022
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
Two further calls for applications are aimed at Italian directors aged 18-35 and Italian authors aged 18-40.
The international call for applications dedicated to the performance was launched in 2020 for the first time, and now gets to the second edition. After the selection phase, two winners will be selected: they will develop their original outdoor performance in Venice and its environment, in compliance with the concept chosen for the next Biennale Teatro: Red. The development and production phase will have Stefano Ricci and Gianni Forte as tutors, and will come to an end with the presentation of the two performances at the Biennale Teatro 2022.
ricci/forte have declared: Out of the necessity to build a performative gesture in everyday social environments, the theatrical act will settle in vital spaces reaffirming the sense of collectivity that art must bring to the people. We acknowledge the great interest that performative artists raise throughout the world today, so deeply connected as they are with Visual Arts, Music and Dance. La Biennale di Venezia thus considers it important and necessary to invite international artists to deal with a type of scenic writing such as the site-specific performance that is particularly suitable for the narrative of contemporary issues.
Biennale College is a project integrating all the departments of La Biennale di Venezia Art, Cinema, Dance, Music, Theatre for the promotion of young artists who can work with acknowledged Masters on the production of their original creations.
Biennale College Teatro is realised by La Biennale di Venezia with the support of the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali – Direzione Generale dello Spettacolo and the Regione del Veneto.
Cambrian College, the leading post-secondary institution in Northern Ontario, and Honeywell (Nasdaq: HON) announced the next phase of a comprehensive performance contract project designed to reduce carbon emissions and utility costs and provide a safer experience for staff and students.
The improvements, implemented through an Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC), are projected to support the colleges sustainability commitment by replacing aging equipment and updating lighting. The work is projected to save the college at least $480,000 within the first year. The energy and operational savings achieved by the new measures are guaranteed by Honeywell and will help self-fund the project.
A leading mission of Cambrian College is our commitment to reduce our carbon impact, said Kristine Morrisey, vice president International, Finance and Administration, Cambrian College. This project will allow us to do just that. We anticipate the project will reduce approximately 300 tons of greenhouse gasses a year, which is the equivalent of removing close to 100 medium-size cars from the road every year. In addition, the project is supporting the modernization of our campus, in both its digital and physical space, which ultimately will provide our students and faculty an improved education environment.
Honeywell first began work with Cambrian College in 2011 and the next project phase includes:
- Geothermal heating solution: Implementing an energy-efficient geoexchange system to provide supplemental heating and cooling sourced from the earth to create a better heat transfer medium than traditional air source systems. It will help offset boiler consumption in Cambrians Sustainable Energy Centre buildings water source heat pump lamp.
- Upgraded LED lighting: Installing new smart interior lighting to understand space usage. In addition, new LED fixtures and lighting are being installed to improve energy savings.
- High-efficiency chiller: Replacing end-of-life air-cooled chiller with a high-efficiency unit to help improve occupant comfort.
- Building management system: Expanding and optimizing the campus Honeywell Enterprise Buildings Integrator (EBI) building automation system to further support energy conservation and create more comfortable learning environments.
This project is another example of how Cambrian College is cementing itself as a leader in the field of technology education, said Michael Pringle, Senior Business Consultant, Honeywell Building Technologies. It has been an exciting project to partner with the college on over the last decade to develop unique ways to support their energy efficiency, technology and sustainability goals. Our current phase takes this to a new level as we break ground with a geothermal heating system and deploy solutions that will help improve the college for staff and students.
Earlier this year, Honeywell pledged its commitment to achieving carbon neutrality in its own operations and facilities by 2035. Since then, Honeywell has announced sustainability initiatives with partners like Kunsan Air Base, Sydney Opera House and Port Esbjerg, to help reduce their carbon impact.
About Cambrian College
Cambrian College is Northern Ontarios largest college, with more than 80 programs. Cambrians main campus is in Greater Sudbury, with satellite centres in Espanola and Little Current. For more information about Cambrian College, visit www.cambriancollege.ca.
About Honeywell Building Technologies
Honeywell Building Technologies (HBT) is transforming the way every building operates to help improve the quality of life. We are a leading building controls company with operations in more than 75 countries supported by a global channel partner network. Commercial building owners and operators use our hardware, software and analytics to help create safe, efficient and productive facilities. Our solutions and services are used in more than 10 million buildings worldwide.
Honeywell (www.honeywell.com) is a Fortune 100 technology company that delivers industry-specific solutions that include aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings and industry; and performance materials globally. Our technologies help aircraft, buildings, manufacturing plants, supply chains, and workers become more connected to make our world smarter, safer, and more sustainable. For more news and information on Honeywell, please visit www.honeywell.com/newsroom.