Sound the Bell

Sound the Bell

SCHOOL’S BACK IN

Never. Stop. Learning.
Be a student in a classroom, a lecture hall, or even in your office at work.
Choose to learn something new today.
Start with The Packaging School.
Becoming our student can alter the course of your life in ways you haven’t thought about.
The video below gives you 5 REASONS why now is the time to apply, and the infographics (provided for you to download and share) are just a sampling of packaging jobs waiting to be filled.

Move Over Six-Pack, the Four-Pack Is Taking Over the Beach

Move Over Six-Pack, the Four-Pack Is Taking Over the Beach

If you’ve taken a walk down the beer aisle recently, you may have noticed a packaging changeup—four-packs of cans rather than the customary six-pack. All throughout our grocery stores, there seems to be a downsizing trend— less potato chips and more air in our chip bags (also known as slack-fill), laundry detergent bottles seem to be getting smaller, and even the chocolate bars in the checkout line are shedding some ounces. Although an argument could be made for malicious intent turning our six-packs into four-packs, there is actually good reasoning behind the packaging shift. 

Top 5 Reasons Why It's Time to Become a Packaging School Student

Top 5 Reasons Why It's Time to Become a Packaging School Student

Not long ago, we talked about the year being half over, which also means there is half a year left.
There’s still time to invest in yourself.
There’s STILL time to level up your career by increasing your packaging IQ.
So, maybe you were wondering if an online packaging education from The Packaging School is right for you.
If you were pondering that exact scenario, here are the top 5 reasons why we’re right for you!

Experiential Learning—Food Shopping in Italy

Experiential Learning—Food Shopping in Italy

If you haven’t had the opportunity to travel abroad, you may have wondered what a grocery store excursion is like in other countries. Of course, the experience varies depending on the country you choose to visit. And while quick adventures in a new land do not usually allow for grocery shopping and meal prep, if you ever have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a new country for weeks on end where you can adopt the local shopping and cooking habits—carpe diem. Don’t even think about passing it up. The language of food is broad and fascinating—and even buying it in a foreign country will give you a new appreciation for its beauty and communal qualities.