How One Mom Changed Her Family's Future with Online Education

Four years ago, Lynne Williams never would have guessed she would be starting a career in accounting. She was single, didn't have a college degree and was struggling to make a living for herself and her 4 children as a receptionist at a doctor's office. Even with putting in additional hours of overtime, she still could not make ends meet.

"My job just wasn't working out and I would come home frustrated every day." Williams recalls. "I was not a pleasant person to be around." That's when a friend told her about online degrees. "She told me about how she could study at home while her kids were sleeping," Williams says, "I thought, if Sandra can do it, why not me?"

Williams is one of a growing number of working mothers studying online to improve their careers. These busy women are finding it easier to get the degree information they need by visiting a free information sites like The Christian Post's Online Education Center. With their help, working mothers can request free information from top online universities regarding tuition cost, financial aid, scholarships, course availability and graduation time just by filling out a short "Request Info" form.

Click here to visit The Christian Post's Online Education Center and request your free degree information from a top online university.

"The online universities did a wonderful job of telling me tuition costs, degree requirements, and financial aid availability," Williams says. "They answered every question until I had all the information I needed to make my decision."

After deciding, Williams quickly enrolled in an online accounting program. She worked during the day, came home, put her children to bed, and participated in her accounting classes from her laptop. Four years later, with a Bachelor of Science in accounting on her resume, Williams has recently accepted a job offer at a leading accounting firm. She's all smiles as she admits, "I just gave my boss my 2-week's notice, and that feels really good."

Williams recommends that other working moms give online education a try. "Go online, fill out a form, and get the information you need to make your choice. Then just do it. It was worth studying at night to provide a better life for my kids and for me to find a career that I love," she says.

Visit The Christian Post's Online Education Center and search through hundreds of degrees offered by top, accredited online universities like Kaplan University, University of Phoenix, Colorado Technical University, and more. These schools offer quick and well-respected online degree programs for working moms like Williams. Get started on finding the right degree for you by visiting the education center and finding your degree of choice.

Is this your day to start a new career? Learning more is the first step.