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Category Archives: Going to Grad School

Grad School or Look for a Job

What is the Best Option for a College Senior? If you are approaching commencement or are a new alumni, you have heard this question before: So what are you going to do when you finish that bachelors degree? Don’t worry, you won’t get … Read More…

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Serious Career Questions for New Grads

Millions of college seniors graduate every year. As graduation approaches, there are some serious career questions new grads should be asking.  Answering these questions will help new grads hit the ground running. These 12 questions are some of the serious career questions that should … Read More…

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Thinking about Medical School?

Did you know that the number of African Americans applying for medical school this year increased to just under 3,500 representing a 4% over 2008? With 1392 new enrollees, Fall 2009 ended up with the largest number of African American students in medical … Read More…

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Is Grad School in Your Future?

Did you know that in Fall 2008, there were 167,348 African Americans enrolled in all levels of graduate programs at U.S. colleges and universities? That number represented 9.6 % of all graduate school enrollments (including foreign students) and 13.4 % of all U.S. … Read More…

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Certifications can Kickstart a Career

The Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) is the largest professional national education organization that is dedicated to the advancement of education that prepares youth and adults for careers. Many college graduates are still considering what life beyond school has in store … Read More…

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List of HBCU Programs for Nontraditional Students

Did you know that even though the national unemployment rate is over 9%, the unemployment rate among college educated workers is still below 6%? Going back to school is a real option for you if you have lost your job and thinking of … Read More…

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