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Student Spotlight: Creating a Post-Graduation Career Roadmap

By Caitlin Bonavita | January 16, 2017

Planning for the future and setting professional and personal goals can set you up for success and set you apart from your peers. Even more so, confidence in strengths, talents, and short and long-term goals are appealing attributes to any employer in today’s competitive professional arena. However, becoming successful at developing professional and personal goals…

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Fall 2016 Newsletter

By Megan Bowling | November 15, 2016
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Our most recent quarterly newsletter is here, covering the biggest things happening at EAW! In this edition, learn about our newest campus center, meet an EAW graduate, and see photos from our recent move! Click here to read it!

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NEWS RELEASE: Education At Work On-Campus Center To Create Over 200 Jobs For NKU Students

By Megan Bowling | August 18, 2016

Local partnership introduces creative way to pay for college CINCINNATI, OH – Education at Work (EAW) will open an on-campus contact center in partnership with Northern Kentucky University (NKU) and Paycor, a cloud-based Human Capital Management platform provider based in Cincinnati. The center will eventually create over 200 on-campus part-time jobs that provide wages and…

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Summer 2016 Newsletter

By Megan Bowling | July 7, 2016
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Check out our latest quarterly newsletter, covering the biggest things happening at EAW this summer! In this edition, meet one of our student teammates who just graduated debt-free, hear an update from our Arizona State University center, and more! Click here to read it!

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U.S. Conference of Mayors: Inspired Change At The Local Level

By Tanya Gantzer | June 30, 2016

This week, four members of Education at Work’s business development and marketing team had an exciting opportunity to attend and present at the 2016 U.S. Conference of Mayors in Indianapolis, IN.  The U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) is the official nonpartisan organization of cities with populations of 30,000 or more. While attending the event two…

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NEWS RELEASE: Education at Work Student Employees Earn More Than $2 Million In Tuition Assistance

By Megan Bowling | June 29, 2016

CINCINNATI, OH – Education at Work (EAW) has announced that since its founding in 2012, its student employees have earned more than $2 million in tax-free tuition assistance. EAW is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping college students graduate with as little debt as possible. The organization provides part-time jobs in a contact center environment…

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Reinventing Recruiting

By Laura Stockdale | June 14, 2016
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LinkedIn’s fourth annual Global Trends report found that nearly 50% of recruiters expect recruiting to become more like marketing over the next 5-10 years and 70% of employers are turning to brand development to attract future talent. Millennial job seekers are on the rise in the American economy and according to a Deloitte 2016 survey,…

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Are You Job Ready? Dionne’s Student Voice

By Education at Work | June 7, 2016

With summer here and school out, there are vast number of students – in both high school and college – looking for jobs. I got my first job with Education at Work almost straight out of high school in 2014. I’ve had this job going on three years in June. But before getting the job,…

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Partnership Celebration at Arizona State University: The Highlights

By Laura Stockdale | May 25, 2016

On Monday, May 16, Education at Work, Arizona State University, PayPal and USA Funds celebrated the establishment of their partnership with a ribbon cutting celebration at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus. Members of each partnering team attended the event. Leaders from each partner also spoke, including President Michael M. Crow of Arizona State University; Steve…

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Are You Job Ready? De’Voe’s Student Voice

By Education at Work | May 19, 2016
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Finding a job that’s right for you can take some time and effort. If it is your first time looking for a job, or if you are looking to change jobs you may want to examine your goals and skills. The job search will require you to make many decisions about what kind of work…

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