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Campus to Career: Work Readiness in the Current Crisis

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Pride Month on HBCU Campuses

June is Pride Month and if you are thinking about how you will celebrate that on your campus, you should check out CampusPride.org. Read More…

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Four Tips To Write A Great Personal Statement

By Andrea Byrd (Mississippi Valley State University) Student Career Journal is a series of articles written by HBCU college students about life on campus, career topics and the career and professional experiences of black historical figures. If you are going to grad school, … Read More…

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Five Black Mississippi Trailblazers and Innovators

By Andrea Byrd (Mississippi Valley State University) Student Career Journal is a series of articles written by HBCU college students about life on campus, career topics and the career and professional experiences of black historical figures. Fannie Lou Hamer Fannie Lou Hamer was … Read More…

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Virginia’s College Grants For More Than Just Tuition

It is verifiable truth that college students spend their precious financial aid dollars on a lot more than tuition. Textbooks cost an arm and housing costs a leg. The free printing budget at almost any institution is in all likelihood, laughably small. And, … Read More…

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You Are Using AI; Maybe you Just Don’t Know

It’s pretty simple to see Artificial Intelligence (AI) at work when you read a New York Times article about driverless car collisions or displaced factory workers. But, what’s harder is clocking the real ways that you are using AI in your day to … Read More…

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Warner Bros. Makes Deal to Predict Film Success With AI

It’s often tricky to figure out what makes a movie good. Is it having an amazing look? Good dialogue? Expensive personnel? Plenty of movies have been successful or popular without any of those things. But now, Warner Bros. is trying to turn the … Read More…

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Start a Dorm Room Business This Year

Between classes, extra curriculars, and the unavoidable need to socialize with other human beings, it can be hard for college students to find time to work, let alone start a business. But in this struggle lies the answer. Being your own boss seems … Read More…

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