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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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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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students walking with books

In January, EAW student employee Laura Forero wrote a blog post discussing the important things to consider when choosing the right university for you. Now, we’re glad to share with you what De’Voe Sherman, an EAW student employee who attends the University of CIncinnati, sees as the most important factors to consider.   Every major and every…

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dorm on-campus

Most of us have lived at home with our parents until at least our senior year of high school. I am a second year student at UC and I still live at home with my parents, but some 60% of UC students are more adventurous than I am and decided to move away from home…

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dr. martin luther king, jr. giving his "i have a dream" speech

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. – an extraordinary leader. Most notably known for his leadership and advocacy during the civil rights movement in the 1960’s, King’s inspirational strength and faith is proudly celebrated every third Monday of January.  For the colleges and universities here in Cincinnati, this holiday means more than just a day free…

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man standing on a mountain

Did you know that there are roughly 5,300 colleges and universities in the United States? For those of us who decide to attend one of those 5,300, choosing the right college can be daunting. With college debt at an all-time high in the US, it can be easy to assume cost is the one and…

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books on a bookshelf

Choosing the right college or university is just as important as deciding to attend. A study done by the ACT in 2013 revealed that 50% of high school seniors selected their college or university based on their desired major. Of those very same students, 60% reported a need for more support with their educational and…

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thanks a million tuition assistance celebration

At our recent #ThanksAMillion celebration, which celebrated our student employees’ having earned $1,000,000 in tuition assistance, two students shared how their jobs at Education at Work and their tuition assistance have impacted their lives. Below, you can hear from Scott and Anjanisse, who both attend the University of Cincinnati. To learn how our tuition assistance can…

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Kale and the KSU logo

As a college graduate, I realize I learned so much from my alma mater, Kentucky State University. I learned my strengths, weaknesses, and other things about myself that I possibly wouldn’t have found out if I hadn’t gone to college. I have evolved into the current woman I am today and I have to thank my…

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it takes two months to receive tuition assistance

Beginning September 8, 2015 Education at Work announced that it would be changing the amount of time students need to work before earning tuition assistance. Students no longer have to wait  four months after being hired to apply for tuition assistance – the process has been reduced to just two months! Here are some of the highlights:…

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