Student Voices

How Generation Z is Shaping the Future Workplace

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 like their millennial coworkers, yet there are…

Read More

Grad Spotlight: Katlin Watson

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…

Read More

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

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…

Read More

Student Employee Passes On His Computer Science Knowledge

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…

Read More

Part-Time to Full Time Careers [Video]

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.

Read More

EAW Student Spotlight – Max Swoboda [Video]

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.

Read More

Student Spotlight: A Summer Splash with EAW

gabe schenker

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…

Read More

Pin It on Pinterest