Throughout most primary and secondary education, creatives are often taught that creativity is important, but that it isn’t a good way to earn a paycheck. This, of course, is a myth IPR wishes to dispel. IPR’s Career Services department places a high percentage of our graduates in jobs all over the U.S., and some students have even been placed internationally. So, for our graduates, this means we’ve got a solid track record of preparing our students for real world jobs in their chosen career fields.
Because of our solid placement numbers, IPR’s accrediting body, the ACCSC, has recognized Norbert Kreuzer, IPR’s Director of Career Services as having something important to say about “Career Services: Adapting to the NOW Generation”. They’ve selected him as one of only 16 speakers to present at the ACCSC Professional Development Conference this week.
IPR Campus Director Brian Jacoby will also be at the conference to accept the ACCSC School of Distinction Award on IPR’s behalf: evidence that IPR students, graduates, faculty and staff can all be proud of their hard work. This award is intended to recognize ACCSC-accredited institutions that have demonstrated a commitment to the expectations and rigors of accreditation as well as a commitment to delivering quality education programs.
Congratulations to owners Terry and Kay Myhre, and Lance Sabin: Jackie would be proud!