Go to a school that teaches you exactly what you need to know to do the job you want to do. Sounds like a dream. People in this audience are interested in enrolling in a vocational or technical school, where they can learn a technical skill or task. They have been observed to research various vocational or technical schools for a skilled trade occupation, such as an electrician, model maker, cosmetologist, carpenter or automotive service technician. This audience is interested in schools, such as St. Paul's School of Nursing-Queens, Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics, Triangle Tech Inc-Greensburg and Morrison Institute of Technology.
More Americans have degrees than ever before. This audience is particularly interested in community or junior college, where they are usually enrolled in a two-year program. People in this audience may be researching a community or junior college program to enroll in, such as DeAnza College, Meridian Community College or Normandale Community College.
Better a bachelor of arts than a bachelor who farts, eh? This audience is interested in earning a bachelor's degree in a field of studies, such as business, engineering or law. They may be seen researching university and college programs and online programs where they can enroll in, such as in the University of Pennsylvania, University of Florida, or Ohio State University.
Computer training is typically for the older generation. Most children learn basic computer skills in school around the age of ten. People in this audience are interested in learning more about how to use a computer. These classes cover basics and how to type on a keyboard.
Continuing education has increased in popularity ever since the introduction of online schooling! This audience includes people who want to continue their learning outside of the traditional school system. They may also be looking at continuing education programs that are online to enroll to. People in this audience may be interested in programs, like Springboard, Udemy, Flatiron School or Dev Bootcamp.
FAFSA actually stands for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. What a mouthful! People in this audience are in need of assistance to pay for their education. They may be researching FAFSA, FinAid and Sallie Mae.
Your bachelor wasn't enough? Take it to grad school! This audience includes people who have already obtained their undergraduate degree and want to continue into more advanced and specific studies to obtain a master's degree in fields, like in medicine, business or law. They may be seen researching top graduate school programs, like the Wharton School, MIT or Harvard Law School.
Charter schools possess greater flexibility, when it comes to operations. This flexibility can help a school focus on the specific problems at the institution. People in this audience are interested in applying to schools, which are independent from the public school system. They may be interested in a certain type of charter school, like a charter elementary, middle or high school. This audience has been observed researching the top charter schools, like BASIS Charter Schools, the Pacific Collegiate Charter, Amistad Academy, International Studies Charter High School and Signature School.
Online schools have lost accreditation in the past. Leaving those who got their degrees from those institutions left with nothing but an invalid piece of paper. This audience is interested in enrolling to an online education program. They may be on-the-go or might not have time or means to attend a college, and they can be seen researching online school programs, like Penn State World Campus, University of Florida Distance Learning, UMass Online or Drexel Online.
Private schools typically have more specialized teachers, individual support and the ability to focus on more specific cultures or values. People in this audience are interested in the private school program. They may be seen researching different types of private schools, like religious, particularly Catholic, schools, boarding schools, military academies, university prep schools and independent schools.
Originally, summer break only occurred because schools did not have proper A.C. The more affluent parents would take their kids out of school due to this. Soon it becomes an official break from school. Sadly, a lot of knowledge is lost during this period. People in this audience are interested in the public school program. They may have past exposure to the public school program and may be thinking of having their child enrolled in the program as well. This audience may also be interested in public universities, like the University of California, University of North Carolina or the University of Virginia.