SALT LAKE CITY–TFS Scholarships is the most comprehensive free online resource for higher education funding connecting students to more than 7 million scholarships representing more than $41 billion in aid. Continue reading November is National Scholarship Month NOW is the time to start applying for scholarships
Like every member of Jon Gruden’s new staff, Kelsey Martinez’s first focus is coaching. Continue reading Raiders hire first female assistant coach in franchise history
Backstage in the greenroom of the podcast festival where she’s scheduled to appear, Arlan Hamilton is quietly singing the lyrics to Janet Jackson’s “Control.” She’d like to walk on stage as the song plays, but the festival crew has copyright concerns. So instead, she is shimmying offstage in her chair, half-humming the chorus under her breath: “I’m in control / Never gonna stop / Control / To get what I want / Control / I like to have a lot.” Continue reading Memo to the Silicon Valley boys’ club: Arlan Hamilton has no time for your BS
Shirley Chen’s list of experiences is as diverse as it is impressive: she spent her childhood on China’s national gymnastics team, studied biochemical engineering at Columbia University, interned at Chanel, Bergdorf Goodman, and Vogue, and worked as a media and retail consultant at McKinsey & Company, a global management consulting firm. Continue reading How This Tech Founder Is Giving The Internet A Face Lift By Changing The Way We Shop
One of the first things that college students should do when they arrive to campus is lock down an on-campus job. It’s a great way to make some extra money, meet new people and even earn better grades.
Continue reading 4 on-campus jobs that can set you up for success after graduation
Heineken USA announced on Tuesday that it would be appointing Maggie Timoney as its newest CEO—the first woman to serve as chief executive of a major American beer company. Continue reading Maggie Timoney Becomes Heineken USA’s First Female CEO
Cicely Tyson is finally bringing home the gold.
The 93-year-old actress was named this week as the recipient of an honorary Oscar, making her the first black woman to gain that distinction, according to Essence and People. Continue reading Cicely Tyson Becomes First Black Woman To Receive Honorary Oscar
Honored with a Special Breakthrough Prize, the astrophysicist says she’ll use the winnings to fund scholarships to support today’s outsiders in the field. Continue reading Decades After Being Passed Over for a Nobel, Jocelyn Bell Burnell Gets Her Due
Converse College announces that alumna Phyllis Perrin Harris ’82 has taken the helm as chair of the Board of Trustees, marking an historic milestone for the College as she becomes the first African American to hold this leadership position. Continue reading Converse College Welcomes Leadership of First African American Board Chair
CareerBuilder, one of the largest independent technology companies providing “hello to hire™” HR solutions to global customers, today announced the implementation of its leadership succession plan. Continue reading CareerBuilder Promotes President and Chief Operating Officer Irina Novoselsky to Chief Executive Officer