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Student Spotlight: A Summer Splash with EAW

By Education at Work | June 2, 2017
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My name is Gabe Schenker, and this summer I am working at Education at Work as the University Partnerships Intern. In my position, I help to identify and pursue opportunities for EAW expansion to new college campuses and business clients, and I will also be working on some campus engagement initiatives with our existing partner…

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Student Spotlight: The American Dream Fueled by Education at Work

By Laura Stockdale | March 31, 2017

I keep hearing that inequality and flawed systems have killed the American Dream. Today’s news is littered with social and political turmoil so discouraging that it shakes me to my core. However, I firmly believe that the American Dream, which once fueled the entire nation, is still alive and well. Through my story, I intend…

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8 Reasons to Hire College Students for Outsourcing Jobs

By Megan Bowling | March 22, 2017

You need great employees, and college students want great employers. Consider us career matchmakers. 1. College students are digital natives. images.audiobooks.com The millennial generation has grown up in the age of the internet – and that’s not even considering Generation Z. Chances are, they got their first smart phones when they were in high school…

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Winter 2017 Newsletter

By Sean Dougherty | March 20, 2017
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Our new quarterly newsletter is here, covering exciting updates taking place at EAW!  In this Winter 2017 edition, learn about our latest tuition assistance milestone, read about an EAW student-employee’s professional journey, and get details on our roundtable discussion at Call Center Week Vegas – June 28, 2017. Click here to read it!

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Student Spotlight: How my EAW Mentor Changed my Career

By Education at Work | March 15, 2017
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Ever since I started working at Education at Work (EAW), I have been eager to grow. I always try to put my best foot forward and make a lasting impression at my workplace, and when I was hired at EAW in May of 2016, they had first opened up the Arizona State University (ASU) contact center.…

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NEWS RELEASE: Fidelity Expands Partnership with Education at Work to Expand Talent Pipeline at NKU

By Laura Stockdale | March 1, 2017
Partnership celebration VIPs – Larry Lutz, Education at Work President; Mark Scheid, SVP & Fidelity Investments Workplace Investing Covington, KY Site General Manager; Geoffrey Mearns, Northern Kentucky University President; Kim Scranage, Northern Kentucky University Vice President of Enrollment Management; Nicole Hannon, EAW/NKU Alumna & Fidelity Financial Associate; Dave Dougherty, Education at Work Chairman and Founder

CINCINNATI, OH – Fidelity Investments has created 40 part-time student jobs on Northern Kentucky University’s (NKU) campus as an expansion to its four-year partnership with Education at Work (EAW). The global financial services company partnered with Education at Work in 2013 to bring a collegiate workforce onto its Covington, KY location through EAW’s on-site staffing…

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EAW Becomes Greener with New Recycling Initiative

By Sean Dougherty | February 13, 2017
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Education at Work recently began a recycling initiative at its Norwood, OH headquarters! This effort is spearheaded by Kelly Molloy, Data Analyst at EAW, and is supported by the Business Intelligence (BI) department. The idea started as a proposition from the BI manager, Dan Paterniti, to come up with an idea for a creative team…

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Why Hire a Collegiate Workforce [Infographic]?

By Laura Stockdale | February 6, 2017
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At Education at Work (EAW), we have two goals: to help college students graduate with little or no debt and to better prepare those college students for their professional futures. Just over five years ago, our founder, Dave Dougherty, sought to accomplish these goals by opening the first ever, non-profit business process outsourcing organization. As…

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NEWS RELEASE: $3.2 Million in Tuition Assistance Awarded to Education at Work Student Employees

By Sean Dougherty | February 6, 2017

Cincinnati, OH – Education at Work (EAW) student employees have earned $3,292,289 million in tax-free tuition assistance to date. Since its founding in 2012, EAW has been dedicated to helping college students graduate with as little debt as possible. The organization provides part-time jobs in a contact center environment that pay hourly wages and provide…

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Student Spotlight: A Professional Journey with Education at Work

By Education at Work | January 31, 2017

Three years ago, I began my journey working at Education at Work (EAW). EAW is non-profit customer service outsourcer that has a goal of hiring college students like me and helping them graduate with increased professional skills and less student debt. As a high school senior, I was excited although nervous to begin my new…

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