Des Sinkevich

Blog author Des Sinkevich Title: Social Media and Content Coordinator
Location: Penn Foster

Des Sinkevich began working at Penn Foster in the Admissions Department in 2014. With a Bachelor of Arts in English Writing from the University of Pittsburgh, she has been able to couple her knowledge of Penn Foster programs with her love of writing as a Social Media and Content Coordinator for our in-house Marketing Department. Des enjoys reading a lot, telling people about the books she has read, and The Office.

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If you’ve already completed some high school or college courses and are interested in continuing your education with Penn Foster, you may be wondering if you must start all over. Or, if you’re a Penn Foster student taking courses to get a head start on a degree, you might be wondering if you’ll lose those credits if you transfer to another college. To better understand how transfer credits work to and from Penn Foster, check out this guide!
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2020 has been a year unlike any other. While the challenges we’ve faced with the pandemic, shutdowns, and social distancing can feel overwhelming, it’s important to remember that some good things have happened this year, too! As we wrap up this strange year, we’re looking back at all the things we’ve accomplished together and getting ready for what comes next in 2021.
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Payroll clerks play a vital role in human resources and accounting departments, ensuring employees are paid on time and accurately. Becoming one involves education, on-the-job training, and optional certification. If you’re interested in taking the next steps toward starting a new career, here’s what you should know about the job.
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No matter what’s happening in the world, one thing is certain: people need to file taxes on a quarterly or yearly basis. That’s why learning how to prepare taxes can offer the opportunity for a rewarding, full-time career, or even a lucrative side hustle. In order to become a tax preparer, you often need training, an understanding of how the tax system works, and a preparer tax identification number.
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Skilled HVAC technicians can find career opportunities in a variety of industries, from manufacturing to refrigeration companies. With almost every building, from residential to commercial, needing heating and cooling to maintain a comfortable temperature, a career in HVAC can be a stable, rewarding one. The first step toward starting a career you enjoy is training. But if you have a full-time job, a busy home life, or just don’t have time to go to in-person classes, how can you get the hands-on training you need? That’s where a self-paced, online HVAC program can help!

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