Not only is the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) the largest certifier of women-owned businesses in the United States, but it is also Continue reading What You Need to Know About WBENC Certification
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are around 43.5 million mothers in the country, who have given birth to nearly 96 million children. With Mother’s Day just around the corner on May 12, 2019, there will be millions of people looking for a unique and thoughtful ways to make mom feel like queen for a day.
Continue reading 5 Ways to Make Mom Feel Like a Queen for a Day this Mother’s Day
By Jess Scherman
The notion that attending college is some leisurely stroll through four(-ish) years where students’ only concerns are completing coursework and figuring out what fun things they’ll do on the weekend is changing rapidly. Continue reading 10 Tips to Balance Working Full Time and Going to College
Applying for jobs—as we all know—can be a cumbersome process. You could easily spend hours manually entering your work history into an online application, uploading a keyword optimized resume, and tracking down the hiring manager’s name for your customized cover letter. Continue reading Here’s When You Can Use the “Easy Apply” Option on LinkedIn (and When You Can’t)
“Only 6 percent of the Fortune 500 companies are run by women.” -Recruiter
The term ‘glass ceiling’ was coined by Marilyn Loden, an American writer and management consultant, in 1978 during a panel discussion about women’s aspirations.
Forty years later businesses worldwide have made great strides when it comes to gender parity. Yet the glass ceiling metaphor continues to symbolize an enduring barrier faced by women in the workplace.
Most of us prepare for job interviews the same way: Research the company, Google “how to answer common interview questions,” practice answering them out loud and then hope for the best. But rarely do we think about how we present ourselves to our potential future employers. Continue reading 6 common body language mistakes to avoid in your next job interview
By Nicole Acevedo
Rita Moreno’s alphabet of awards is gaining another letter. The Peabody Awards organization recently announced it will honor the Puerto Rican actress, singer and dancer with the career achievement award. Continue reading With Peabody Award, Rita Moreno is first Latina to attain unique ‘PEGOT’ class
At the age of 12, Laila emigrated to the U.S. with her mother, arriving in New York. Her father joined them a year later, and the rest of her family joined in the following years. Continue reading Working Wardrobes’ Smart Women Speaker Series with Financial Guru Laila Pence
TIAA celebrated International Women’s Day (IWD) and Women’s History Month by hosting events in multiple offices worldwide (U.S. and India) that included guest speakers and networking opportunities for employees. Continue reading TIAA Inspires Future Female Leaders during Women’s History Month
By Lawrence Hardy, Georgetown University
The past 20 years have seen tremendous growth in the number of master’s degrees awarded—and this trend shows no signs of stopping. Continue reading Demand for MPS Degrees on the Rise