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Senior Spotlight: Jerylle Guanso

By Education at Work | May 14, 2020

  Jerylle Guanso is an Arizona State University graduate who earned a degree in biological sciences this spring and worked at Education at Work during all four years of her college career. After learning about EAW from a friend, Jerylle applied to her first job in college. At EAW, she found a network of peers…

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Senior Spotlight: Anahi Parra

By Education at Work | May 14, 2020

  “I’ve grown more into becoming a team player.” Anahi Parra has been a student with Education at Work for over a year, starting during her junior year at ASU, and is among the first agents to work at EAW’s Downtown Phoenix site. Anahi is an Arizona State University senior preparing to earn her degree…

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Senior Spotlight: Abilash Madharam

By Education at Work | May 14, 2020

In the spring of 2018, Abilash Madharam discovered Education at Work through a flyer in his advisor’s office at Northern Kentucky University. Abilash is now graduating this spring with a degree in finance. He’s been with Education at Work (EAW) since the spring of 2018 and has earned more than $10,000 in tuition assistance. Abilash…

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Senior Spotlight: Mohanad Warrayat

By Education at Work | May 14, 2020

  “Being able to graduate with no debt is amazing.” Mohanad Warrayat is an Arizona State University senior who has grown with his program at Education at Work during his final year in college. Mohanad has always loved outer space and while navigating college, he found the perfect major for him: aerospace engineering. “It’s really…

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Senior Spotlight: Seth Cole

By Education at Work | May 8, 2020

“I got a better college experience from working with EAW.” Seth Cole has worked with Education at Work for nearly ten months, with his team being one of the first to focus on technical care and software support. A senior at Arizona State University, Seth always knew he wanted to work in business, and he…

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Senior Spotlight: Emir Sabic

By Education at Work | May 8, 2020

Emir Sabic is a theater performance major at Westminster College who will be graduating this spring after earning $2,500 in tuition assistance during his time at Education at Work. Emir spent six months at EAW after hearing about the opportunity through a family member. After being laid off at his past job, Emir saw this…

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Senior Spotlight: Christopher Fried-Ochoa

By Education at Work | May 6, 2020

Christopher Fried-Ochoa graduated with his master’s degree in international affairs and global enterprise from the University of Utah this spring. Christopher initially heard about Education at Work by job searching online. When he saw the job posting, he thought he would be the perfect fit for the role. “I applied for the real time analyst…

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3 Tips to Help You Work From Home Effectively

By Education at Work | May 4, 2020

By: Brittany Collier, EAW Student Marketing Assistant You may have been working from home for a while now, but it’s still a very different feeling! It’s not something that many of us are used to. It’s important to note how we’ve adapted to this great change, and how quickly we’ve done so. It’s essential to…

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How Students Are Juggling Online Classes

By Education at Work | April 29, 2020

By Joycelyn Cabrera, EAW Student Digital Reporter How Students Are Juggling Online Classes Classes are online. Work is online. And finals are here. How are college students coping with all these responsibilities in one space? The truth is, there is no single answer. According to several EAW students, there are a number of different ways…

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Benefits of Mindfulness for College Students

By Education at Work | April 16, 2020

By: Joycelyn Cabrera, EAW Student Digital Reporter When it comes to cramming for finals, keeping up with deadlines, and balancing school and work, college students may find themselves overwhelmed and stressed out. Mindfulness a state of living that focusing on the present moment and seen in daily activities such as meditations, may be one way…

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