Nevada’s first lady Kathleen Sandoval is kicking off an early education initiative in the state, calling on businesses and civic organizations to help young students prepare for a lifetime of learning.
Next year’s high school freshmen and sophomores will still get a diploma, even if they fail the new state-wide exams.
By leaning on his diverse background in both technology and hospitably, one local entrepreneur is able to forge new products.
With a varied career including radio announcer and singer, Layne Russie switched fields and for the past five-years has worked as a family services specialist.
Recent changes in medical marijuana laws have led to new career opportunities for those who work in security.
While many people associate real estate with sales as well as one of the biggest decisions in an adult life, real estate is also a business and those with an M.B.A. can reach upper levels of management in this competitive field.
Education involves more than just teaching; it has become a resource, especially for children attending Las Vegas schools.
While many would consider health care to include only patients, there is another aspect and that includes organ and tissue donation. For many, advanced careers in this area can be very rewarding.
Serving as a special agent for the country can be one of the highest callings for someone working in criminal justice and security.
One entrepreneur in Las Vegas has combined his two fields of expertise, business and psychology, to develop a business model that many are following to create financial success and personal satisfaction.