Since the early 1900's, March 8 has been observed around the world as International Women's Day. Happy International Women's Day to you!
Education is a major factor in the progress of equal rights for women, and it doesn't matter at what age a woman gets access to education, or the level of education she wants. Clearly, the earlier the better, but it's never too late.
We have two lists of ideas for celebrating IWD:
And here's a list of some of the women we've profiled who have gone back to school as non-traditional students and earned degrees:
- How Olympian Rebekah Bradford Plath Finished Her Degree Online
- How Lea Rash Earned Online Degrees While Living Overseas
- Melody Aquaro Balances Degree Completion Program With Work and Life
- Jennifer Hefner - The Gift of Confidence
- Nina Huddleston, Non-Traditional Student, Graduates
- Jeana Gump Manages Degree Completion Program After Ten Year Break from School
- Tracy Kelley Finishes Online Master's Degree in Education at 42
- Amy Martin Juggles Eight Children and Classes at Ivy Tech Community College
Big congratulations to all of you!