Olympian turned entrepreneur Dominique Dawes is keynote speaker for a showcase of graduate degree programs offered by the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Tag: Career Advancement
Ochsner Health and the Urban League of Louisiana Team Up for ‘The Big Health Event’
The Big Health Event is the latest strategy being advanced by Ochsner Health, the event’s sponsor, and the Urban League of Louisiana. The goal is to improve health care access, advance health equity and better health outcomes among underserved communities in New Orleans and across Louisiana. The Big Health Event is free and open to the public.
Same Berkeley MBA without the commute
UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business announced a new flexible online option for its top-ranked, part-time Evening & Weekend MBA Program. The new Flex option offers the same curriculum and faculty and the same Berkeley Haas MBA degree in a highly customized and flexible online and on-campus format.
Rush Named Top Hospital to Work for in Chicago
Rush University Medical Center ranks No. 11 on LinkedIn’s newly released 2021 Top Companies list in Chicago, which uses the iconic professional development and networking platform’s data to rank the top 25 local employers by how well they help employees develop and advance their careers.
The MBA Career Premium: UVA Darden in Top 5 for Lifetime Compensation Boost
In a new analysis, business education-focused online publication Poets & Quants has sought to find a definitive answer to the annual question, “What is the ROI of an MBA?”
Post-COVID Career Success: What it’s Going to Take
New and soon-to-be CSU graduates are well positioned to navigate the post-COVID economy with resilience.
College and Career Readiness Trainings For Parents Proving Critical to Keeping Children’s Postseondary Dreams Alive
Osiris Dominguez has dedicated her life to helping her four children succeed. She reads the latest information on college and career readiness and how best to support her children’s postsecondary dreams. But she worries about other parents in her small community along the Rio Grande who struggle to find information to help their sons and daughters become the first in their families to attend college.
Last week, the special education aid at San Elizario high in El Paso County, took a virtual College and Career Readiness Advisor Training that she says provided critical information for parents in a new and digestible way. Offered by CFES Brilliant Pathways, a non-profit that has helped over 100,000 students attain college degrees, the training is part of a nationwide effort by CFES to address a 30 percent decrease in college enrollment among students from low-income families.