Google is pleased to announce the addition of 6 new media literacy activities to the 2019 edition of Be Internet Awesome. Designed to help kids analyze and evaluate media as they navigate the Internet, the new lessons address educators’ growing interest in teaching media literacy. Continue reading Google announces literary activities to help kids evaluate and analyze media as they browse the Internet
The Congresswoman-Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (pictured bottom left)
Until about a year ago, Puerto Rican Bronx native Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was a bartender at a Flats Fix taco and tequila bar in New York City’s Union Square. Continue reading Latinas on the Rise
Goodbye university. Hello working life. Well, that’s the plan anyway.
Making the transition from student life to full-time employment comes with mixed emotions. Beginning your career might mean sacrificing late-night drinks on a Tuesday at the campus pub, but it comes with plenty of benefits. Just picture what you’ll do with that first paycheck.
Continue reading How to Find a Job as a New Graduate
The World’s Largest MBA Tour hosted by QS is coming to a city near you! Attendees will have the opportunity to speak face-to-face with representatives from dozens of top international and local business schools and get all of their MBA-related questions answered! Continue reading The World’s Largest MBA Tour hosted by QS
College admissions issues has been stealing the headlines. From the college admission scandal, where wealthy people allegedly paid to help their kids get accepted to high ranking colleges, to the talk of adding diversity scores to help boost some SAT/ACT tests, the news is filled with the challenges that those wanting to go to a good college may face. Continue reading How Concierge Parenting Services Can Help Prepare Kids for College
By Steve Fortin
There are now literally hundreds of MBA programs available worldwide. Evaluating an MBA today is roughly the equivalent of talking about a car—one needs more specific details to really understand how one program compares to another. Continue reading One-Year or Two-Year MBA: Is There a Simple Answer?
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
Every year on March 8th, women around the world come together to celebrate women’s social, economic, cultural and political achievements. International Women’s Day is an opportunity to stand in solidarity with all those fearless women standing up for gender equality and spotlight those who often pass unnoticed. Continue reading Celebrating International Women’s Day
PBS SoCal recently announced the premiere of “Freedom Writers: Stories from the Heart,” a documentary that follows a Southern Calif. teacher’s journey to change the lives of her students, transforming their literacy skills through hands-on, active learning.
Continue reading Long Beach Teacher Changes Lives in New Documentary “Freedom Writers: Stories from the Heart” Airs Mar. 28 on PBS SoCal
When college students can spend several months at top international firms like Goldman Sachs, they naturally come away with valuable résumé-building experience. But what’s often left out of the conversation is the value that students inject back into the business. Continue reading Students In The Workplace Keep Industry And Academia On The Cutting Edge