In the federal workforce, a barrier to entry and differentiator for success is socioeconomic status – especially, for first-generation professionals.
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One of the best ways to get focused during a crisis is to help others. So, let’s look at how volunteering can work for anyone: 10 ways to virtual volunteer.
How can you do a quick check of the qualifications for federal jobs? Use keywords in competencies and occupational questionnaire and support in your resume.
Keep these five factors in mind if full-time work and full-time learning may be in your future.
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) has a variety of ways that it participates in its local communities. There is one that stands above the rest.
University research is a big business. But federally imposed administrative requirements divert researchers to focus on non-value-added activities.
For IT departments with static budgets and siloed purchasing leadership, meeting these demands can feel impossible. Yet higher education must find ways to leverage innovative new technologies to meet the demands of today. How do they do that?
Texas is launching ANDi, an innovative virtual advising project to improve college access and completion, reach individuals via a simple text message or online chat.
Developmental education costs tens of millions of dollars each year for Texas, its public higher education institutions, and our students and their families. The Texas Co-requisite Project is intended to provide more efficient services, saving time and money.
GradTX aims to help near completer and stop-outs who have some college, no degree. The aim is to help them finish what they started.