Posts by Education at Work

Be Successful in All Your Online Classes

By: Brittany Collier, EAW Student Marketing Assistant With the transition to online classes happening for many students across the country it’s more important than ever to be able to navigate and succeed in online learning. To help you achieve the most you can while learning online, I’ve listed six tips to help you adapt and…

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How EAW Supervisors Approach Mentoring

By Kelvin Mejia, EAW Student Digital Reporter Supervisors at Education at Work strive to help, encourage, mentor and be a support system for Education at Work students who are working on our campus centers or within our client’s customer service centers. Each supervisor takes a different approach to their job. Our student digital reporter in…

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4 Reasons Gen Z is Valuable in Customer Service Centers

1. They understand technology like no other Generation Z has been raised on technology and they have an innate understanding for how to use said technology. This sense of understanding allows college students, who are Gen Z, to acclimate quickly to the software used within customer service centers. Their knowledge also helps with their ability…

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5 Reasons Gen Z Should Work in Customer Service Centers

1. You Build Foundational Skills That Apply to Any Career Field A common phrase that’s thrown around is “communication is key.” You may hear that phrase in passing and not think much of it but it is truly essential to our lives. At the foundation of every career is the ability to communicate. Without this…

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What I Hope to Learn as an EAW Digital Reporter and How I Got Here

By Joycelyn Cabrera, EAW Student Digital Reporter Hello! My name is Joycelyn Cabrera and I am Education at Work’s new Digital Reporter for Arizona. This role as a student reporter is an opportunity I have been waiting for my entire college career. I’m a sophomore studying journalism at Arizona State University. Specifically, I am majoring…

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Gaining New Opportunities at EAW: My Journey to Marketing

By Brittany Collier, EAW Student Marketing Assistant My name is Brittany Collier, I am a student at University of Cincinnati studying communication and have been with Education at Work for more than a year now. The New Year has brought many new opportunities for me, one of those opportunities is my transition into the marketing…

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Grad Spotlight: Ryan Clark

Ryan Clark graduated from the University of Cincinnati’s Lindner College of Business in 2019 with a degree in business administration. While in college he worked at Education at Work (EAW) for a little over a year, earning more than 3,000 dollars in tuition assistance. Later, Ryan went on to receive a full-time role at the…

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How to Manage Stress While Being a Student Worker

By Berenice Zubiate, EAW Student Digital Reporter Striving for a college degree is a challenge in itself. Many students may find working while balancing studies to be difficult. On top of all of this, students may not be aware of what to expect of a part-time job while in college. So we’ve gathered a few…

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Student Earns a Top-Tier Internship Position

Madelyn Sugg, a student attending Arizona State University, majoring in business communications and an Education at Work employee since 2017 worked hard to get herself into a 10-week prestigious internship offered by one of our financial service clients. This internship opportunity allowed Madelyn to take a step further in achieving her career goals, provided her…

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