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Funding for African Americans to Study Abroad

William Nolting is the Director of the University of Michigan Overseas Opportunities Office and International Educational and Work Abroad Editor for Transitions Abroad. He compiled a list of opportunities that can help African American students access global opportunties. We have already discussed the … Read More…

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Campus Jobs are Real Jobs Too

I’d venture a guess that the majority of college students hold part time jobs in college.  Many of those students hold down on campus jobs.  Whether enrolled in 2-year, 4-year or a vocational training or career education program, on campus jobs are often … Read More…

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Capella U Online Writing Lab Open to Public

Capella University, a fully accredited online university established in 1993 has opened the online writing lab for public use. Now the uiversity’s 23,000+ students in doctoral, masters, bachelors and certificate programs will share the resource with anyone needing writing help. Why Open the … Read More…

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Writing Skills of New Grads Need Help

There is always much discussion about whether or not new grads are ready for the workplace.  I know I have had conversations with recruiters about the job skills of new graduates and more specifically the writing skills of new grads.  Recent article in … Read More…

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