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Category Archives: Career and Industry Awareness

Critical Language Scholarship Deadline Approaches

The United States Department of State offers the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program annually. The application deadline is Tuesday, November 19, 2019 by 8:00pm EST. What is the Critical Language Scholarship? The CLP Program is a fully funded intensive overseas language and cultural … Read More…

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10 Ways to Build Entrepreneurial Skills in College Students

College students are given a lot of directions from the day they land on campus to the day they walk the stage at commencement. They get used to asking questions and getting just-in-time answers from hall directors, academic advisors and faculty. You name … Read More…

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Diahann Carroll; The Beautiful, Trailblazer

I guarantee you there is no one in the HBCU community who does not know the classy, beautiful, trailblazer named Ms. Diahann Carroll.  If you didn’t know her from her days as Julia Baker in the television series Julia, then you know her … Read More…

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