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Category Archives: Diversity Recruiting

Should I Add my Temp Jobs on my Resume?

Sometimes the most relevant experience you have is the experience from your temp jobs. Use it. Read More…

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North Carolina HBCU Offers LeBron “Bronny” James Jr Scholarship

North Carolina Central University goes fan-college for Bronny. Read More…

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NYC City Councilman Gives $500 000 to CUNY Diversity Initiatives

Virtually no institution of higher education is likely to deny the fact that underrepresented groups must be brought further into the representational fold. The City University of New York (CUNY) is taking that sentiment about diversity to another level as they recently announced … Read More…

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