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First Gen College Students Share Their Journeys

By Education at Work | November 6, 2019

Gloria Guadalupe Barragan Barragan Xavier Alan Guerrero Toquinto First-generation college students are paving the way toward brighter futures not only for themselves, their family but also their communities. We are proud to spotlight two first generation students, Xavier and Gloria, as we acknowledge the challenges they overcame and accomplishments they have achieved to become the…

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4 Constructive Ways for College Students to Relieve Stress

By Education at Work | October 23, 2019

By JT Hood, EAW Student Digital Reporter Stress is a huge part of everyday life but doesn’t need to be! While stress can be healthy in small amounts, if you can’t balance it with life it becomes a hindrance rather than a motivator. So I’m here to try to help and share some ways that…

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How Generation Z is Shaping the Future Workplace

By Education at Work | October 4, 2019

By Berenice Zubiate, EAW Student Digital Reporter If you haven’t noticed, there is a new generation full of innovators, creators and leaders in the workplace known as Generation Z. Gen Z is defined as those who were born between 1995 and 2010. When thinking about the workplace environment, Gen Z has very similar interests just…

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Grad Spotlight: Katlin Watson

By Education at Work | September 30, 2019

Katlin Watson graduated from Northern Kentucky University in 2017 with a degree in product marketing, worked at Education at Work for about a year and was offered a full-time position with the same financial services company she worked with while employed at EAW. Katlin was one of our first students in our program at Northern…

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Looking Back: The First Education At Work Customer Service Call

By Education at Work | September 23, 2019

DeAnte Judkins takes the first customer service call at Education at Work in Cincinnati, Ohio on August 13, 2012. In August we celebrated seven years of Education at Work so we thought we’d take a look back at the history of Education at Work and see what the first student employee to take a customer…

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Brothers Pass Education at Work Down Through the Family

By Education at Work | September 4, 2019

Countless Education at Work student employees recommend EAW to classmates, friends and even family members. Meet three of the Chinyere brothers: Henry Chinyere, Jeffry Chinyere and Tyler Chinyere who have passed EAW down through the family. Henry, the second oldest of four brothers, was the first to mention EAW at the family table. His younger…

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5 Ways to Improve Your Handshake Account for College Students

By Education at Work | August 14, 2019

By Brittany Collier, Student Success Ambassador As college students, we are often told, ‘It’s not about what you know, it’s about who you know’ which brings about a multitude of unsolved questions: Who am I supposed to know? How do I expand my network? Who do I reach out to and how do I reach…

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Lessons I Learned About Working a Part-Time Job During College

By Education at Work | July 25, 2019

By Berenice Zubiate, EAW Student Digital Reporter As I am entering my last year of college as an undergrad, there is one thing I wish college students to be aware of – the popular, yet sometimes frightening topic of “employment.” Specifically, part-time jobs. There is approximately 40% of college students in the nation that work…

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Students Learn From Once in a Lifetime Opportunity

By Education at Work | June 27, 2019

Recently, a select few Education at Work student employees at our Utah site received a once in a lifetime opportunity to visit an EAW partner and global technology company’s headquarters in Washington. Each student chosen earned their ‘Golden Ticket’ through hard work and dedication. The following eight University of Utah students and EAW employees were…

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Student Employee Passes On His Computer Science Knowledge

By Jacob Castle | June 21, 2019

Meet Austin Gibbons, a senior at the University of Utah majoring in Computer Science, who has such a love for Computer Science that he got approval to tutor other Computer Science majors before his shifts at Education at Work. We chatted with Austin, who has been employed at EAW for over a year, to ask…

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