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
While hiring managers hate all resume lies, a recent survey finds some lies are worse than others.
Continue reading Hiring managers share the No. 1 resume lie that could cost you the job
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
The new original production honors the victims and heroes of one of Mexico’s most devastating earthquakes Continue reading Discovery En Español Presents: “Sept19mbre: Relato De Un Sismo”
When it comes to exporting, many minority businesses are reaping the rewards of selling internationally, while other firms have yet to explore sales.
Continue reading Want to Grow Your Minority Business Enterprise? Look Abroad!
The Inspirational Executive Series consists of interviews with our executive IBMers to demonstrate how you can successfully build an executive career in this increasingly demanding market. Juggling work, life, and family commitments is a daunting challenge, but this series reveals how, with careful time management, flexible leadership, and a willingness to embrace challenge, IBM can support successful executives to succeed in every aspect of their careers. Continue reading IBM Latin America Executive Shares How She Developed Skills That Led Her To Success
Long before Will & Grace normalized the LGBTQ community for TV audiences, Winnie Holzman’s one-season drama, My So-Called Life gave us Rickie Vasquez, a perfectly coiffed gay teenage boy who had a love for bold patterns and dark eyeliner. More than 20 years later, Wilson Cruz’s portrayal of Rickie remains relevant, highlighting how ahead of its time the character was for a ‘90s audience. Continue reading The Legacy of Rickie Vasquez, ‘My So-Called Life’s Groundbreaking Gay Latino Character
Problem solver. Creative. Works well under pressure.
These are key personality traits employers will be seeking no matter what position they’re hiring for—and chances are, your resume probably already showcases them in some way. But these days, hiring managers from some firms aren’t content to take job seekers at their word—they want to see it to believe it.
Continue reading 4 Insanely Tough Interview Questions (and How to Nail Them)
Being both young and Hispanic can feel daunting in America. Adversity can create obstacles and discourage young Hispanics from dreaming large. However, some young Hispanic-Americans are shattering the status quo. One of those people is Dan Esterly.
Continue reading Orphan to Leader
“I saw the possibilities of things that I could have never imagined without reading,” Sotomayor, the first Latina Justice to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court, said. Continue reading The key to Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s successful journey? It’s books