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Tips for HBCU Grads Still Looking For a Job

Congratulations to you if you are one of this year’s HBCU grads! If you graduated and have not yet secured a career position, here are some tips for an effective post graduation job search. 1. First and foremost – Do not panic! You … Read More…

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Top 10 Secrets of Interns Who Get Full Time Jobs

Did you know that most companies with an internship program want to convert the college students in their internship program into full time permanent career hires? Well they do. Organizations like INROADS prepare college students to participate in prestigious internship programs with that … Read More…

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A Real Washington DC Internship Story

Do you know who Huma Abedin is? You do or you might. You just don’t know you do. Huma Abedin is Hillary Clinton’s body person. You probably saw Ms. Abedin during the presidential primaries always standing next to Senator Clinton. Essentially, as Senator Clinton’s body … Read More…

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Green Collar Internships

Every year thousands of college students explore green careers through green collar internships.  A great resource for “green” opportunities and internship programs is the Environmental Careers Organization (ECO), a non-profit organization founded in 1972. ECO develops professionals for the environmental fields through meaningful … Read More…

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