Kindra Lingenfelter, a University of Utah student, is entering her senior year of college as an entertainment arts and engineering games (Game EAE) major but that wasn’t always the case for Kindra. Kindra, originally a computer science major, started college while working at Education at Work as a customer service representative to help her pay…

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Meet Holly Milosevich, the first in her family to enroll in university. Now that she’s here, she’s determined to meet the goals she’s set for herself while she completes her studies. “I’m really proud of my accomplishments and my achievements while in college,” Holly says. Holly is a first-generation student at Arizona State University. Originally…

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Lauren Whiteside is an Arizona State University student who is about to start her junior year as a nursing major – but that wasn’t always the case for Lauren. Lauren started college with the intent to study computer information systems and operations, and she started working at Education at Work as a customer service representative…

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“If it wasn’t for EAW, I wouldn’t have finished college.” Andrew Bland is an Arizona State University senior who graduated this spring, and was among the first class of agents to work with Education at Work on technical care services and software support. Majoring in computer science, Andrew got to truly grow with his program.…

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Education at Work student-employees

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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EAW-Walking-the-Walk

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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EAW-Mission-Video

Our quarterly newsletter is here, highlighting exciting updates taking place at EAW!  In this Summer 2017 Recap edition, watch our new website video about the impact of our mission, read about EAW’s major national expansions at current and new university campuses, and discover the benefits of our talent pipeline growth for our business clients. Click…

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Education at Work Arizona University Student center

How do you design student-friendly call center space? Is this something you’ve ever really sat down and thought about? Depending on your role and day-to-day work, it’s likely you’ve never needed to. However, for many of us on the Education at Work (EAW) team, this is a large priority and requires attention and energy. The…

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EAW-ASU-IT-team-pic

Education at Work’s (EAW) Arizona State University (ASU) IT team has been hard at work with several labor intensive tech projects, including preparing our new 17,000 square foot expansion facility at ASU. This new site will have capacity for up to two client programs comprised of a combined 250 FTE positions for customer service and…

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