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Reinventing Recruiting

By Laura Stockdale | June 14, 2016
Education at Work reinvents recruiting

LinkedIn’s fourth annual Global Trends report found that nearly 50% of recruiters expect recruiting to become more like marketing over the next 5-10 years and 70% of employers are turning to brand development to attract future talent. Millennial job seekers are on the rise in the American economy and according to a Deloitte 2016 survey,…

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Are You Job Ready? Dionne’s Student Voice

By Education at Work | June 7, 2016

With summer here and school out, there are vast number of students – in both high school and college – looking for jobs. I got my first job with Education at Work almost straight out of high school in 2014. I’ve had this job going on three years in June. But before getting the job,…

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Partnership Celebration at Arizona State University: The Highlights

By Laura Stockdale | May 25, 2016

On Monday, May 16, Education at Work, Arizona State University, PayPal and USA Funds celebrated the establishment of their partnership with a ribbon cutting celebration at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus. Members of each partnering team attended the event. Leaders from each partner also spoke, including President Michael M. Crow of Arizona State University; Steve…

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Are You Job Ready? De’Voe’s Student Voice

By Education at Work | May 19, 2016
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Finding a job that’s right for you can take some time and effort. If it is your first time looking for a job, or if you are looking to change jobs you may want to examine your goals and skills. The job search will require you to make many decisions about what kind of work…

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USA Funds’ Life Skills Courses: One Million Times Worth It.

By Laura Stockdale | May 18, 2016
USA Life Funds Skills Courses

The absence of financial literacy programs in higher education creates a learning gap that ultimately becomes a weakness for today’s college students. Seven years ago, USA Funds identified this problem and addressed it through a web-based financial literacy and student success program. What the program does is introduce college students to money and time management skills that…

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SOCAP Symposium 2016 – People, Process, Technology And Strategy, For Education At Work It’s All About People!

By Tanya Gantzer | April 20, 2016

This week, three members of Education at Work’s business development and marketing team had an exciting opportunity to attend and present at the SOCAP Symposium in Nashville, Tennessee. As an organization, SOCAP has members worldwide and through events such as the annual Symposium offers consumer affair professionals the opportunity to learn the latest developments in…

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Spring 2016 Newsletter

By Megan Bowling | April 8, 2016
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Check out our latest quarterly newsletter, covering the biggest things happening at EAW during the spring of 2016! In this edition, meet the leader of our site at Arizona State University, and go behind the scenes of our construction process at ASU! Click here to read it, and be sure to subscribe to our blog to…

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Choosing the Right Employer

By Education at Work | March 30, 2016
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Choosing the right employer can be tough. There will be challenges when investigating an employer’s performance on a complex range of issues. In order to be better prepared for this decision, consider the following: Do your research. Research the organization through its website and consider its genuine commitment to ethical business practices. Do you see…

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ASU, Education At Work, PayPal Partner To Give Students Tuition Assistance And Work Experience

By Megan Bowling | March 24, 2016
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  TEMPE, AZ, March 24, 2016 – Education at Work (EAW) begins expansion outside Cincinnati, where it was founded, at Arizona State University in an innovative three-way partnership with worldwide online payments system company PayPal. Students working at the non-profit contact center will have the opportunity to earn up to $6,000 a year in GPA-based…

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Part-time Jobs: It’s NOT All About The Cash

By Laura Stockdale | March 16, 2016

Choosing a college major is like trying to pick out the best jelly bean from a whole jar of options. Sometimes the first choice is so overwhelmingly perfect that you go to the store and buy a bag of only that one flavor for four years. However, life isn’t always that sweet. Other times, you…

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