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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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Mission Impact A Year In Review

By Mike Bober | February 15, 2018

Another great year has past with several exciting developments – including our newly announced partnerships with the University of Utah and a major global technology organization. We laughed, we cried and we celebrated another year of growth at Education at Work. In 2017 we welcomed hundreds of students to our network, grew our professional staff,…

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University of Utah and Education at Work Team Up to Offer Students Work Experience and Tuition Assistance

By Education at Work | January 12, 2018

SALT LAKE CITY, January 5, 2018 – Education at Work (EAW), a rapidly growing nonprofit, announced a new partnership with the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business that will create part-time jobs for students supporting a multinational technology company. This partnership connects college students with meaningful work while enabling them to graduate with less…

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Celebrate Tuition Assistance Season with the help of our EAW Elves!

By Laura Stockdale | December 22, 2017

Tis the season to be jolly as Education at Work (EAW) presents Tuition Assistance (TA) to our student-employees! This year we are celebrating early by giving you a sneak peek into our EAW workshop. Our team of Elves have been rocking around the clock to spread a little holiday magic to our hard working students.…

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Five Things We Are Thankful for this Holiday Season

By Ben Self | November 24, 2017
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Here at Education at Work we are taking time this holiday season to give thanks to those who have served and strengthened our organization this year. These are the helping hands who make it possible for us to support college students nationwide and live out our mission daily. We are thankful for: 1.Our leadership and…

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Living our Mission by “Walking the Walk”

By Sean Dougherty | October 24, 2017
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For an organization to be successful, it’s essential for the leadership team to live out its mission and values; to not only set an example for fellow employees, but also to demonstrate to clients the company can deliver by “walking the walk”. One of the services we offer our clients is an opportunity to hire…

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Soft Skills: A Misnomer

By Featured Contributor | October 9, 2017
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Soft skills. At the intersection of outstanding customer service and an energized student workforce; there couldn’t be a greater misnomer.  Intended or not, the term “soft” in soft skills implies that the qualitative abilities associated with soft skills are easy to get/maintain while the quantitative abilities associated with hard skills are more difficult to master.…

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