National Scholarship Month, sponsored by the National Scholarship Providers Association (NSPA), is a national campaign designed to raise awareness of the vital role scholarships play in reducing student loan debt and expanding access to higher education. Continue reading National Scholarship Providers Association Introduces the NSPA Exchange During National Scholarship Month
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, business school applications are booming. MBA providers have been grappling with record numbers and increasing class sizes to accommodate a rush of executives seeking to improve their management credentials.
“How to Apply for Higher Education Careers – Revised Edition” is a free ebook for anyone interested in getting a job in higher education. Continue reading How to Apply for Higher Education Careers – Revised Edition
ByAsia A. Eaton, Psychology Today
Although women make up about half of the U.S. workforce, they have long been underrepresented in many STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math). Continue reading Getting Girls Into STEM by Improving Education for Everyone
IOScholarships is the first of its kind scholarship and financial education platform for minority and underrepresented STEM students. The technology has been designed with a streamlined user-friendly interface Continue reading Scholarship Connoisseur Encourages Students to Apply for STEM Scholarships and Internship Opportunities Now
Online education has become a popular topic of conversation across the country. Even before the global pandemic, nearly 1 in 5 college students reported that they had taken at least one course online. Continue reading 10 Ways to Tell if Online Education is Right For You
By Madeline Merinuk, Today
One of the best ways to get inspired is to examine the stories of courage and strength of others. Continue reading 16 Black women who shaped history
Enjoy the current digital issue of the Professional WOMAN’s Magazine!
You’ll find employment, business and educational opportunities, accurate, timely diversity conferences and event calendars. Read fascinating articles! And, just as important, we spotlight inspiring role models and notable mentors.
By Ashleigh Webber, Personnel Today
The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) found that since the mid-1990s women of working age have gone from being 5 percentage points less likely, to 5 percentage points more likely to have a university degree than men. Continue reading Women’s education narrowing gender pay gap, but shift in childcare needed
By Erika Stone, The Black Wall Street Times
Dr. Mary Bethune, a pioneering civil rights activist from Florida, is finally getting her due. Continue reading Dr. Mary Bethune Honored As First Black Woman With Statue In D.C.’S Statuary Hall