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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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Take Advantage of Your Summer

By Education at Work | June 18, 2019

By Zach Mills, EAW Student Digital Reporter Effectively control your summer starting now. Here are 6 tips that will bring you greater self-satisfaction and accomplishment when someone asks: “How was your summer?” Your answer won’t have to be a simple shrug this time. Whether you are going back to school during the break or just…

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2018 Annual Report

By Jacob Castle | May 1, 2019

Education at Work achieved another great year of strong growth and realization of its mission to help college students graduate with more professional skills and less student debt. With the support of our client and university partners, we invest in the future of our students, they are the heart and soul of what we do.…

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Part-Time to Full Time Careers [Video]

By Jacob Castle | December 26, 2018

Education at Work is preparing college students for a brighter future by leading the way from part-time work to full time employment. Watch REAL testimonials from EAW student-employees living our mission by lowering their student debt and making the transition from part-time jobs to full time careers with a global financial services company.

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The Mission Grows

By Jacob Castle | September 4, 2018

Our commitment to grow our mission continued in 2018, in August Education at Work opened a new 17,000-square-foot facility in collaboration with Arizona State University and a Fortune 500 company. We have incredible partnerships that believe in our mission to prepare college students for a better future and our unique model at fulfilling a business…

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The Permanent Detour Of College Grads

By Mike Bober | July 17, 2018

Our parent company Strada Education Network, in partnership with Burning Glass Technologies has recently published an in-depth report titled “The Permanent Detour: Underemployment’s Long-Term Effects on the Careers of College Grads.” The report details findings from a longitudinal study by Burning Glass of 4 million unique resumes, examining the employment status of college graduates. Key findings include:…

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EAW Student Spotlight – Max Swoboda [Video]

By Education at Work | May 18, 2018

Max Swoboda is a senior graduating from Mount St. Joseph University. Max is the first EAW student who started working for us as a freshmen at one of our centers and has worked all four years during his collegiate experience. He has earned and been awarded over $33,000 thousand in wages and tuition assistance.

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