So, the first question you’re probably going to get in an interview is, “Tell me about yourself.” This is not an invitation to recite your entire life story or even to go bullet by bullet through your resume. Continue reading How to Answer “So, Tell Me About Yourself”
It’s a great time to learn how to code. Whether you’re looking to reinvent your career and become a developer, leverage a new skill in your current job, or just better understand what the developers on your team are up to, there has never been a better time to get into programming. Continue reading Which Coding Language Should You Learn?
While many Democrats were disappointed with Beto O’Rourke’s loss, the state saw a small wave sweep through on the local level, including these 19 black women judges. Continue reading 19 Black Women Just Became Judges In Texas After Winning In The Midterm Elections
Sixty seconds isn’t much time to make a business pitch, but often, that’s all you have. Whether it’s at a networking event, a conference or another event, you’ll want to have a one-minute pitch ready. Continue reading MBE Smart Tips: Pitch Perfect
It’s November, which means it’s the perfect time of the year to reflect on all of the things you’re grateful for. If your job isn’t quite making the cut? Well, it might be time to look for a new gig that reignites your passion. Continue reading 24 Amazing Companies Hiring Right Now
In addition to being vital to many people, protecting the environment has become an important goal for many organizations. Continue reading Is a Sustainability Career on Your Green Horizon?
You may recognize up-and-coming actor Curtiss Cook as “Radd” in NBC’s “Manifest, or for his recurring roles in Netflix hits such as “House of Cards,” “Luke Cage,” and “Narcos.” He got his start on Broadway in hit shows including “The Lion King” and has not slowed in his drive for success in a field that he considers more of a calling than a choice. Continue reading Interview With Curtiss Cook, Inspiring Breakout Star of NBC’s New Sci-Fi Drama Series “Manifest”
Whether you’re new to the workforce or are looking to make a change, one of the best things you can do for your career is craft a stellar resume. Continue reading 6 Tips for a Killer Resume
Operating with transparency used to be a luxury versus a necessity but, now, it’s quite mandatory. Millennials, in particular, who wield a tremendous amount of influence and purchasing power, make buying decisions based largely on the provenance, manufacturing processes and overall business practices of a particular company. Continue reading 5 Things Every Entrepreneur Needs
Shelly Bell has lived many lives. She’s a computer scientist, a former high school teacher, a performance poet, a community organizer, a founder, and a CEO. She has two successful apparel printing businesses: MsPrint USA—through which she creates swag for clients like Amazon and Google with a team of women designers and printers—and Made By A Black Woman, which celebrates products made by Black women. Continue reading Shelly Bell, Founder Of Black Girl Ventures, Helps Women Of Color Gain Access To Capital
Sahle-Work Zewde made history Thursday by becoming the first female head of state in modern Ethiopia. The experienced diplomat was elected unanimously by Ethiopia’s Federal Parliamentary Assembly and becomes the only African female head of state currently — serving the continent’s second-most populous country, to boot.
Continue reading Ethiopia selects Sahle-Work Zewde as its first female president
New Nationwide survey reveals more than 80 percent of both African-American and Hispanic business owners of companies under 500 employees indicate they offer some form of employee benefits. Continue reading Employees of diverse business owners are more likely to receive robust benefits packages