The ‘Blacksonian,’ Atlanta’s civil rights center — and a Durham bus station — are all part of his legacy. Continue reading Phil Freelon, America’s most prominent black architect, designs for the culture
Forget Silicon Valley. Black entrepreneurs have discovered the best tech scene in the country. Continue reading A New Generation of Black Founders Is Rising in Atlanta–and the Startup World Is Taking Notice
Meet Liliahn Majeed, Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion for the NBA, in honor of National Girls and Women in Sports Day today, Majeed has shared her career journey, and most importantly, why she’s passionate about diversity and inclusion within the National Basketball Association. Continue reading How This Executive Is Enhancing Diversity And Inclusion Within The NBA
The Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL) announced the launch of Rise Up for Equity, a digital and grassroots campaign to prepare, support, and mobilize leaders to eliminate systemic barriers to equity in education and workforce development. Continue reading The Institute for Educational Leadership Launches Rise Up for Equity Campaign to Eliminate Barriers to Equity in Education and Workforce Development
The culinary business world is as cut throat as any other. It’s also known as an industry that hasn’t always allowed for much diversity in management and ownership at its higher echelon. Continue reading Black chefs break the glass ceiling in the culinary world
You know enough to regularly update you resume—so if you find a job posting you’re interested in, you’re halfway through the application process. Continue reading How to Write an Impressive Cover Letter From Scratch in 30 Minutes
Resumes get a bad rap. We write them begrudgingly, usually during periods of transition, or tumult. We fiddle with phrasing and format, agonizing over how to craft our qualifications into the best resume possible. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Continue reading What Your Resume Should Look Like in 2019
Bill Thomas knew nothing about steel mills. That’s why, as an interning quality control technician, he found himself in his boss’s office asking questions three or four times a day.
“He was a master deflector,” Thomas says. “I swear he never answered a question.”
Continue reading The Right Way to Ask for Help at Work
Statistics show that the average employee will change jobs at least 11 times in their working life and, for most people, moving into a new role is a fairly manageable transition. But what happens when you change course completely and launch a brand-new career?
Continue reading 4 Key Steps to Launching a New Career
November 27, 2018, Pasadena, Calif. – ArtCenter College of Design President Lorne M. Buchman announced today that, after a comprehensive international search, the College has named Aaron I. Bruce to the new inaugural role of vice president and chief diversity officer. Continue reading Aaron I. Bruce Named Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer of ArtCenter College of Design
No matter what you want to accomplish or experience in life, chances are an insurance career offers the ideal path for you to pursue your goals and passions.
Continue reading Discover the Career Opportunity of a Lifetime in Insurance
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”