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Tuition Assistance Celebration

By Education at Work | March 21, 2013

We’re very proud to announce another key milestone achieved by the Education at Work organization!  We wrote out our first tuition assistance checks and made payouts to our first few eligible and highly talented student-employees who perform customer service work for our clients.  Thus far, we have paid a total amount of $9,000 in tuition…

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NEWS RELEASE: Vantiv, Inc. Partners With Education at Work

By Education at Work | March 13, 2013
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Cincinnati – March 13, 2013 – Vantiv (NYSE: VNTV), a leading provider of payment processing services and related technology solutions for merchants and financial institutions of all sizes, and Education at Work, a 501(c)3 non-profit provider of employment development services, announced today that they have signed an agreement to jointly help develop Greater Cincinnati’s workforce. …

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NEWS RELEASE: HigherNext And Education at Work Sign Strategic Partnership

By Education at Work | February 14, 2013
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HigherNext Inc. (HigherNext), the creator of the Certified Business Laureate (CBL) Program & Exam, andEducation at Work, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that exclusively employs college students to provide outsourced call center, back office and staff augmentation services, today announced a strategic partnership which would include HigherNext’s CBL program as a key component of the developmental…

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Interview With Dave Dougherty, Founder Of Education at Work

By Megan Bowling | December 12, 2012
Dave Dougherty, EAW Founder

Learn more about the Education at Work mission from the words of our CEO, Chairman and Founder Dave Dougherty. We’re revisiting an interview with Dave from August 2012 that was conducted by Dan Monk, Senior Reporter – Cincinnati Business Courier. The main focus of this article was to get the word out about Education at…

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NPR Interview: The Man Behind The Mission

By Education at Work | November 27, 2012

Are you having trouble finding a job, lacking critical job skills, and/or affected by the $1 trillion+ college debt burden in America today? If so, listen up because our organization may be able to help you out. In a recent radio interview with Mark Perzel from 91.7 WVXU Cincinnati, our Chairman, CEO and Founder David…

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Job Skills That Transfer

By Education at Work | November 20, 2012

It’s no secret that the job market is very competitive right now, so we won’t whisper about it. In today’s tough environment, it can be especially difficult to find a job or internship opening that matches your ultimate career goals. But you should try to take advantage of every opportunity you can find. For example,…

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4 Relationship Building Tips That Work

By Education at Work | November 8, 2012

Working in an office is often a fascinating sociological study. It’s an environment where a wide variety of different personality types are obligated to work together towards a common goal. In some instances, these might be individuals who would never choose to work together in any other circumstance, but have to find ways to settle…

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NEWS RELEASE: Macy’s Hiring Announcement

By Education at Work | October 8, 2012

Ecommerce careers have quickly established themselves as one of the fastest growing career fields in the market today. At Education at Work, we’re excited to be able to offer first hand exposure to this field and help our students build valuable experience. Macy’s, Inc. recently issued a press release announcing that their hiring needs for…

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Why Outsource Offshore? Bring U.S. Call Center Jobs Back…

By Education at Work | September 25, 2012

Currently, there is a growing trend in the outsource call center industry to relocate many US jobs offshore to countries like India and the Philippines. It seems all too frequent that we see articles, reports or news stories about companies in our local communities closing facilities and moving positions offshore. This movement hits us all…

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