He may not have a driver’s license yet, but Jack Rico does have something most other 13-year-olds don’t: a quartet of college degrees under his belt. Continue reading Boy, 13, Earns Fourth Associate’s Degree
Selena Gomez is congratulating the class of 2020! The singer, 27, gave a surprise commencement address during the #Immigrad 2020 Virtual Commencement, which was a national celebration of students from immigrant families and supporters of immigrant rights from hundreds of high school and college campuses. Continue reading Selena Gomez Gives Heartfelt Message to Graduating Students from Immigrant Families: ‘You Matter’
Traditional job fairs can be a drag, requiring your recruiters to travel, set up an expensive display, and stay on top of their game when they’re tired and maybe even a bit overwhelmed Continue reading 7 Reasons to Participate in a Virtual Job Fair
“Raise your right hand.” Judge Marilyn Milian bangs the gavel on the bench of the multiple Emmy award-winning The People’s Court. When asked how long she will continue to preside over Continue reading Meet the First Latina Judge to Host a Nationally Syndicated Court Show
Most advice about how to make working from home actually work focuses on the practical: The right office space. The right desk. The ergonomically perfect chair Continue reading Working from Home? Here Are Some Tips
Merck’s Virtual Engagement Center will offer two tracks for Diverse Suppliers: Continue reading Merck Virtual Engagement and Educational Experience and Virtual Business Opportunity Fair
By Brady Rhoades
Who is Mario Lopez to you?
Access Hollywood host?
Creator of the Latinx series, The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia, which debuted on Netflix in February?
Saved by the Bell icon? Continue reading Mario Lopez: Renaissance Man
In order to remain sustainable, tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) located on or near Indian reservations, must recruit, complete enrollment, retain and graduate Native American students. Continue reading American Indian College Fund Names Five Tribal College Participants for $2.4 Million Cultivating Native College Student Success Program
On its 50th anniversary, the iconic Los Angeles Pride Festival and Parade, which normally draw hundreds of thousands of people to West Hollywood in June, will be going digital because of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading LA Pride Festival Cancels In-Person Celebration, Will Go Digital
Being away from your employees can create its own challenges when you work remotely. It can be difficult to gauge how employees are doing and what they are getting accomplished Continue reading A Remote Manager’s Guide to Successful Teams