Great—you got the job! A lot of people in this situation might think, “Now I can relax, cruise a while, and rest on my laurels.” Actually, your work is just beginning. Continue reading You Got the Job—Now What?
An internship is a fantastic way to earn valuable experience in a given field while establishing a connection to an organization that might, at some point down the road, remember you when you’re in search of a full time job. Continue reading 5 Great Tech And Engineering Internships For 2018
To get a real edge, you need to explore your creative side
When the iPad debuted in 2010, Steve Jobs was quoted as saying, at the end of his speech, “It’s in Apple’s DNA that technology alone is not enough. It’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields the results that make our hearts sing.” He considered it the secret to Apple’s success. Continue reading Want to Skyrocket Your STEM Career? Study the Arts!
Don’t be afraid to ask for a higher salary
When you consider that women hold only 19 percent of undergraduate engineering degrees and make up just 12 percent of the engineering workforce, it’s fair to say that Christina Pensock beat the odds. Pensock graduated from the prestigious H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2015. Continue reading Taking the Scary out of Negotiating Your Salary
Do you have what it takes?
Starting a business is a lot of work. Anyone who tells you it’s not is either lying or has never actually started one themselves. The hours are long, sacrifices are great and you are assaulted with new problems and challenges every day with seemingly no end. If you don’t have the constitution to weather these things, your business could implode on you faster than it started. Continue reading 8 Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs
There are many diverse employees that want to help local organizations–not just the CEO. Continue reading How Big Companies Can Push Nonprofits To Diversify Their Boards
Computer programming jobs are growing 12% faster than the market average – here’s how business and society can encourage more women into the profession. Continue reading Cracking the code: how to get more women into computing
By Kenton Clarke
Founder & Social Entrepreneur | Omnikal
A Unified Sound Develops a Lasting Memory
The topic on many corporate minds today and conversations inside corporate teams is one of brand reputation and brand rescue. The most recent examples of message confusion, message delusion and brand salvage have been seen in the form of national ad campaigns, employee communication and corporate leaders’ far-reaching statements. Diversity and Inclusion. These two words are the running theme for the examples mentioned. Continue reading One Band One Sound – A Musical Path to Secure Your Brand’s Reputation
CEO Mark Fields committed to supporting STEM educators
With about 199,000 employees and 67 plants worldwide, Ford Motor Company is a global automotive and mobility company based in Dearborn, Michigan. Continue reading Ford Creating Opportunities in STEM
By Noah Davis
Caterina Fake is an unlikely entrepreneur. The co-founder of start-ups like Flickr, Hunch, and Findery graduated from Vassar with an English degree and spent most of her 20s backpacking around South America. Eventually, however, she found her way to the Internet, where she married her artistic sensibilities with her interest in technology. The rest is photo-sharing history. Continue reading How Do You Make a Living, Entrepreneur?