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Category Archives: Employment Trends

Some 2019 Internships to Explore

Favorite Internships Employers value internships!  For the 7th year in a row, The HBCU Career Center has updated our list of favorite internships.  This year’s list includes 2019 Internships that share vacancies at The HBCU Intern Board that students and alumni should be … Read More…

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Grambling State U Alum Shares Job Search Advice with New College Graduates

Ever so often, I meet a Human Resource professional who is super generous with advice for new college graduates. Recently, I lucked out and connected with Denzel Alexander, Talent Acquisition Associate at Enquero, a technology solutions company in Lafayette, Louisiana.   Mr. Alexander … Read More…

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National and Federal Job Opportunities for Week Ending May 24

This information on federal job opportunities is provided to The HBCU Career Center by the White House Initiative on HBCUS. We share these opportunities to increase the distribution to the HBCU community. U.S. Securities Exchange Commission The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) … Read More…

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Robert Smith Jr. Shocks Morehouse College Graduates

It has been a phenomenal graduating season for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). Every year at this time, these campuses come alive with tired but excited students and university faculty and staff who have worked hard to get their graduates ready.  Stages … Read More…

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What the Class of 2019 Can Expect for Hiring

The HBCU Career Center is constantly sharing the latest information on the employment trends published.  One key source of research that blends higher education with business and industry is  NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers (naceweb.org).  This organization surveys companies yearly to … Read More…

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Job Stress; 20 Signs Your Job Doesn’t Satisfy Your Soul

Over the last two weeks I have talked with probably five different people who have told me that they are pretty much over their current jobs and want to move on. I personally believe job stress is way up. Why? I chalk it up to over worked … Read More…

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