After 30 years climbing the ladder in a male-dominated industry, one trailblazer shares hard lessons from the hard-hat business. Continue reading If construction is a man’s world, someone forgot to tell Rose Conti
To grab an employer’s attention with your resume, you need it keep things short, quantify your accomplishments with numbers or percentages, and mirror the language or skills the company uses in its own job ad, says Jaime Klein, who launched her HR consulting firm in 2007. Continue reading 5 Secrets To Career Advancement From A Top Recruiter
You know that feeling when you’re reading a really good book? Like the author really gets you and has written down feelings you thought were only in your own head? Continue reading From Starting a Book Club to Becoming an Entrepreneur
To Valerie Rainford, making strong progress in diversity initiatives at JPMorgan Chase is a top priority. Continue reading Why We Value a Diverse Workforce
The cofounders of Mented Cosmetics, a makeup line for women of color, have become the 15th and 16th African-American women ever to raise $1 million in venture capital to grow their business. Continue reading Founders Of Mented Cosmetics Become 15th, 16th Black Women Ever To Raise $1M Capital
Human resource policies designed to improve workplace diversity haven’t had much success in the decades since they were instituted. In 1995, for example, female CEOs represented less than 1% among Fortune 500 companies. Today, more than two decades later, that percentage is barely more than 5%, according to the Pew Research Center. Continue reading How Two Women Entrepreneurs Used Data To Promote Diversity
Everyone wants to be an entrepreneur. With a turbulent economy, companies cutting jobs and employees fearful they’ll be replaced by robots, people of all backgrounds are looking to take control of their financial future and pursue their passion, including celebrities. Continue reading From Buffy to Business: Sarah Michelle Gellar Opens Up About How Hollywood Helped Prepare Her for Launching a Company
If we took an interior designer, mother, mentor, and contractor with an insatiable thirst for knowledge along with innovate ideas and rolled all of that into one person — her name would be Ronda Jackson. Like Wonder Woman, she was born into a she-tribe that molded and sculpted her from the brick and clay of the Westside of Chicago. Ronda is a wonderful reflection of the legion of sisters, mothers, advisors, matriarchs, and friends that have endowed her with superhuman inner strength and perseverance. Continue reading Rhonda Jackson- Being Her Own Wonder Woman
SALT LAKE CITY, October, 2017 – TFS Scholarships (TFS), the most comprehensive online resource for higher education funding, today announced its commitment to helping students and their families address the rising costs of school by providing free access to scholarship information.
Continue reading TFS Scholarships Provides Free Access to 7 Million Scholarships Representing More Than $41 Billion in Aid
Women working in the wind industry are on the rise.
Wind power is the number one source of renewable energy generating capacity in the country, and has made substantial gains over the last 5 years. In 2016 alone, the industry added more than 20,000 new jobs and now employs 102,000 Americans in all 50 states.
Continue reading 7 of the Fastest Growing Jobs for Women in Wind