Sometimes it’s because you have more work to do. But other times it’s because your habits and preferences have come into conflict without you realizing it. Continue reading 3 Questions To Ask As Soon As Your Work-Life Balance Starts Slipping
SALT LAKE CITY, October, 2017 – TFS Scholarships (TFS), the most comprehensive online resource for higher education funding, today announced its commitment to helping students and their families address the rising costs of school by providing free access to scholarship information.
Continue reading TFS Scholarships Provides Free Access to 7 Million Scholarships Representing More Than $41 Billion in Aid
You knew it would happen. The thrill of being a recent college graduate is starting to wear off, and reality is starting to kick in. It is now time to get a “real” job. You know what you want to do, but you’re not sure of the steps you need to take to land the perfect position.
Continue reading 7 Job Search Tips for College Graduates
LOS ANGELES (October 2, 2017) – Anita L. DeFrantz is a Bronze medal-winning Olympic rower; Attorney; Activist; Vice President of the International Olympic Committee; Multiple Sclerosis fighter;Speaker; and Humanitarian.
Continue reading How African-American Olympian ANITA L. DEFRANTZ Helped Change the World
Ever wanted to grace the offices of Olivia Pope & Associates or Sterling Cooper? It turns out you might be cut out for the life of Scandal’s Olivia Pope or Mad Men’s Don Draper after all.
Continue reading What Your Favorite TV Character Says About Your Career Choice
Forty-four major law firms and 55 corporate legal departments are teaming up to boost diversity in the legal profession by drawing on two inspirational figures: the late Dan Rooney, beloved owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers, and Arabella Mansfield, a 19th century women’s rights activist who became the first American woman admitted into the legal profession in 1869. Continue reading How Lawyers Are Working to Change Their Industry’s Diversity Problem
Nearly everyone has a cell phone. These devices can make our lives easier. They keep us connected to other people and send us continual information. However, there is a time to use them and when we should put them away.
Most people choose to do an MBA degree after concerted deliberation and meticulous planning. A full-time MBA at one of the world’s top business schools can cost anywhere between $30,000 and $200,000, depending on the program length and location you opt for.
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Diverse group of students to receive hands-on training, real-world connections from professional baseball executives and leaders.
Continue reading Minor League Baseball Gears up for its Second Annual FIELD Program
We all know John Legend as the uber talented singer, songwriter, music producer, and family man married to his gorgeous model wife, Chrissy Teigen, and their baby, but do we know the real John Legend? Catapulting onto the world stage in 2004 with his Grammy Award nominated album, “Get Lifted,” Legend has utilized his stardom to effect change on a larger stage.
Continue reading Will the Real John Legend Please Stand Up?
Cisco’s Larry Satterfield has a vision for the company: He wants to use technology to increase diversity, inclusion, and productivity in the workplace. As Video Sales Specialist, Satterfield knows that Cisco is in a perfect position to implement collaboration technology to achieve those goals. With more than 20 years in sales, Satterfield brings his knowledge of technology to Cisco’s sales department.
Continue reading Larry Satterfield: Making “Spark” Fly at Cisco
CINCINNATI, OH – Dr. Nadine C. Wheat has one goal – to make better leaders.
Dr. Wheat, the new Union Institute & University Director of the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL), Bachelor of Science with a major in Organizational Leadership and Undergraduate Business programs, brings corporate and academic experience to the position.