Posts tagged: Career Counseling - Diverse A Year of Progress

by Angela P. Dodson | December 7, 2010
Since we started nearly a year ago (on January 22, 2010), we have added select [...] Read more

Schools Step Up Efforts to Attract Adult Learners into College Programs

by Jamal Eric Watson | November 2, 2010
After traditional colleges and universities lost ground in the race to win back minority colleg [...] Read more

College Completion Movement Helps Spur Academic Intervention Program Innovations

by Reginald Stuart | October 28, 2010
Colleges prioritize addressing academic and financial deficiencies among freshmen at the outset [...] Read more

Minority-Serving Schools Report Working Harder To Connect Students With Jobs

by Reginald Stuart | March 17, 2010
College placement offices are adapting to better prepare students and alumni for the increasing [...] Read more

World Bank Seeks Diverse U.S. Employees

by Ronald Roach | January 26, 2010
This past fall the World Bank launched a new chapter in its long-running diversity and inclusio [...] Read more

Temple U Grads Head From Ceremony to Career Fair

by KATHY MATHESON, Associated Press Writer | May 15, 2009
New Temple University graduate Lauren Archut, still clad in her cap and gown and carrying a con [...] Read more

New Graduates Face Difficult Job Market

by Janelle L. Plummer | May 11, 2009
As they hit the job market in the midst of an economic recession, many minority students of the [...] Read more

Recession Causing Lawyer Layoffs at Big Firms

by JESSE J. HOLLAND, Associated Press Writer | April 14, 2009
In America, there are always people to sue or contracts to negotiate, right? Apparently there a [...] Read more

College Grads Face Worst Job Market in Years

by JUSTIN POPE, AP Education Writer | April 3, 2009
David Maley left his internship at Lehman Brothers last summer figuring he would be back on Wal [...] Read more

Foster Kids Find College Help After ‘Aging Out’

by Associated Press | March 17, 2009
Community colleges in several states are working to establish stronger support systems for form [...] Read more

Bridging the Gap From GED to Community College Student

by DONETTA GOODALL | March 5, 2009
Community colleges must develop comprehensive transition programs to give GED students a chance [...] Read more

Chronicling the Lives of Native Americans on Predominantly White Campuses

by Michelle J. Nealy | March 4, 2009
Amanda LeClair, a senior at the University of Wyoming, is not an activist by nature. [...] Read more

Forgotten No More: Schools Cater To Transfers

by Associated Press | January 8, 2009
For many new students, the first-year college experience is an academic and social buffet, a di [...] Read more

Fordham Sets Goal for STEM Diversity

by Diverse Staff | January 7, 2009
Fordham University wants to become a national leader in producing minority students who pursue [...] Read more

NCAA To Provide Former Student-athletes With Benefits

by Lois Elfman | August 8, 2008
The NCAA will provide former college football and basketball players with aid for future educat [...] Read more