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Education at Work.
It's more than a part-time job.
EAW student employees work with global tech, financial services, health care and fortune 500 companies. This is a perfect opportunity for college students looking to receive the guidance and networks to achieve success throughout and beyond their college careers. EAW positions are better than work study or internships; we offer year-round employment, competitive wages and tuition assistance. Our students are able to find financial stability while reducing their college debt and building career relevant professional skills.
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EAW recruits and trains energetic students desiring to excel inside and outside of the classroom. Read about how working at EAW has helped students accomplish their college and career goals.Student Stories +
Welcome to the BOLD Blog
The BOLD Blog is your destination for the latest company news and student stories from across EAW's centers.
Student Success Stories
Tomás Valladares – EAW Has Been a Vital Supplement to my College Education
I am finishing my degree in finance at the University of North Texas and will be graduating in the spring with a full-time job lined up as a commercial underwriter with a major insurance carrier.Read post +
Zach Stanich – Reflecting on My Time at EAW
I studied my first two years of college at Portland State University in Oregon. Shortly after moving down to Arizona, I learned about EAW through Arizona State University. Now that I am graduating from ASU, I am reminiscing about my time at EAW.Read post +
EAW’s Women in STEM: The 2022 CAEL Conference in Chicago
In choosing three adult learners from Education at Work to attend the CAEL Conference the criteria were simple; students over a certain age (26), who had taken a non-traditional path through education. In inquiring around the various locations we were able to find our students, and by chance, each of them was a woman, and also by chance, each was working towards an undergraduate degree in STEM.Read post +
How EAW Is Helping Me Reach My Academic Goals
I am working on a degree in biological sciences at ASU and will be graduating in the spring. Currently, my main degree focus is in chronic illness/disease treatment and prevention, but I have taken opportunities through research fellowships in the honors college to broad my scope and participate in research studying the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on STEM education.Read post +
How EAW Helped Me Land My Dream Career
Landing my dream career before graduation is something I never thought possible. It’s something I couldn’t have done without the help of Education at Work.Read post +
Success Story: Stevan Rademann
A recent Information Systems graduate from the University of Cincinnati has found his way to his dream career through Education at Work.Read post +