MOESC touts summer learning programs, Shelby student honored

MOESC touts summer learning programs, Shelby student honored

MOESC touts READY FOR HIRE summer programs In June, the Ohio Department of Education awarded $89 million in Summer Learning and Afterschool Opportunities Grants to 161 community-based partners. The Department received more than 700 applications from across the state. Locally, $1.9 million was awarded in two grants to SPARC, one to create summer programming in … Read more

Liberal Arts student pursues passion for consulting through Chapel Internship

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Benjamin Burlovic is pursuing his passion for consulting through an internship with Deloitte Consulting this summer. Thanks to funding he received through the Virginia Todd Chapel Executive Internship Program in the College of the Liberal Arts, Burlovic is living in New York City and strengthening his connections within the industry. The … Read more

Marketing and sales | GSK

Drive innovative ideas that improve lives Help us make our pharmaceutical products reach more patients, so we can deliver what matters most to our patients, better and faster. Are you interested in a career where you can help the world get ahead of disease? The commercial teams in our Pharmaceuticals business are constantly looking to … Read more

Traveling The Iconic Kentucky Bourbon Trail? You Can Thank Peggy Noe Stevens For That

Travel–when done right–is all about creating authentic experiences to approach life with an adventurous spirit and challenge oneself and the world around us to expand our understanding of how we connect with each other. When it comes to trailblazers, few can lay claim to being groundbreaking pioneers quite like Peggy Noe Stevens. Founder of Peggy … Read more

Nvidia GTC Highlights Various AI Career Paths

A far-reaching and captivating panel discussion at Nvidia GTC 2022 featured five leaders who pursued AI career paths, each from a different background. The discussion highlighted the ubiquity and the “portability” of AI as a driver for career opportunities in every industry. Led by Nvidia head of strategic initiatives Louis Stewart, the panel discussion focused … Read more

VCU student spends summer researching new HIV treatment – VCU News

By James Shea Virginia Commonwealth University biology major Rhea Tammireddi spent the summer researching an experimental HIV treatment. Tammireddi, who is a sophomore, grew up in Northern Virginia and learned about the research internship at a lab run by Fatah Kashanchi, Ph.D., virology director at the Laboratory of Molecular Virology at George Mason University. She … Read more

JY Technologies Consulting inaugurates Digital Marketing institute – H1Tags

India,23rd September 2022:Value-driven digital marketing company JY Technologies Consulting Private Limited recently launched an integrated digital marketing institute H1Tags. Incepted with a vision to impart practical and experiential learning to students, H1Tags will help students to kickstart a successful career in holistic digital marketing. Keeping in mind the imperative need for industry-ready candidates, H1Tags aims … Read more

P&H wins national award for advanced manufacturing; more . . .

Here’s a round-up of education briefs. Because more education news? There’s no full-time education reporter west of Richmond. You can help change that. Help us fund this position. * * * P&H wins national award for advanced manufacturing Patrick & Henry Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing program has won the first Rural Community College Alliance (RCCA) … Read more

Nursing, technology, business the top fields for college graduates in Connecticut – Hartford Courant

Nevaeh McKinney, an incoming senior nursing student at the University of Hartford, wasn’t sure what field she wanted to go into when she was an undergraduate. She knows she picked the right one now, though. And so do an increasing number of students who are finding health care, in particular nursing, as the most rewarding, … Read more