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Most community colleges offer the standard fare, but certain two-year institutions also offer highly specialized degree programs for niche professions. Here are 5 of the most wonderfully unique two-year degree programs available.

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School's out for the summer, but soon-to-be employers still expect you to use those months to boost your resume — and that's a good thing. Here are six ways to make the most of this season.

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From sleep specializations to wine marketing to professionally wheeling and dealing, New York offers a fantastic selection of community college degrees that simply aren't available in other states.

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You might miss out on the physical campus tour, but you can still tour a college as a prospective online student. Here are three ways to make that happen.

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If the value of an education is best gauged by how marketable grads are, then alums from these schools are in great shape. Here are 5 initiatives that are helping college students around the country boost their resumes and experience.

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A sweet financial aid package can mean the difference between heading to the college of your dreams or taking a cheaper route to your degree. Find out how the government calculates your expected family contribution and what you can do to improve your chances of getting a good aid package.

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Questioning whether college is worth it? Some two-year degrees outpace the payoff of a four-year education.

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Students who start their college tenure with a few credits under their belts can often shave a significant amount of time — and tuition — off of their higher education bills. Find out how.

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Being an online student doesn't mean missing out on the research opportunities your on-campus counterparts have. Find out about 4 important research resources for distance-learners.

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Just because you got B's in high school, doesn't mean you can't get into an A college. You just have to know how to go about it.

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Graduates strapped with student debt don't have many options when it comes to reducing the total amount they owe on their loans, but refinancing can be a good one for many borrowers.

Wondering how to build work experience? Check out these fascinating possibilities for government internships.

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You might not have to wander far from campus to build your resume — not with these excellent opportunities, at least.

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Wondering what you might need to get started on a career in technical writing? Check out the latest article in our Career Toolbox series for ideas on what to do next.

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Hybrid degree programs -- which blend online and on-campus courses -- can be the perfect compromise for busy people who still long for the college experience. But not all are created equal.

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