Education

Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits. Educational methods include teaching, training, storytelling, discussion and directed research.

Getting a Second Chance at College through UVM GAP

Getting into college was much harder than Deniz Sehovic ever anticipated. The child of Bosnian refugees, Deniz always assumed she would get into college without much trouble. She liked her teachers and enjoyed high school, but struggled a bit with her grades early on and found it difficult to concentrate […]

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When Queer = Diversity = Complicated

By Dot Brauer When I presented on issues facing LGBTQ college students at UVM’s Mental Health Matters conference this spring, I knew I had my work cut out for me. When the feedback was mixed, I wasn’t overly surprised. My job as director of UVM’s LGBTQA Center requires me to […]

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Inspirations for Black Faces, White Spaces

The Rubenstein School of Environment A Bit of Background Despite the fact I wrote a book about the relationship between African Americans and the environment—and have studied the subject in depth—I don’t refer to myself an “environmentalist.” Most of my years have been dedicated to the arts since I dropped […]

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How Hiring Fits Into Your Business Growth Strategy

By Markey Read Each company’s origin story is unique, but what they all have in common is the opportunity to create a company culture. Like the culture in a petri dish, each company’s environment supports certain types of life forms better than others. Additionally, as the company evolves through the […]

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5 ways for building highly successful career

For students at University of Denver, the best career path is through Pioneer careers jobs and internship system. This system will allow you to choose the career path that best suits you and your affinities. Once you choose your career, you need to start building it up from the start. […]

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My Meaningful Summer Abroad

Unlike many students at DU, I did not study abroad in the Fall of my Junior Year. Instead, I looked for a reason to travel over the Summer, but I didn’t want to be a tourist and spend a lot of money, but I also wanted to have a purpose […]

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How to Write a Cover Letter

While many jobs no longer require cover letters (especially most jobs on WayUp), when a job does require one, your cover letter could be a big part of whether or not you get to the next round. If you haven’t written a cover letter before (or even if you have), you may be […]

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Alumni Coaching Hotline

No matter how hard we try, we rarely have all the answers—particularly when it comes to our careers and professional development. Many times we turn to friends and family for advice, but frankly, they don’t always know what they’re talking about! When you were in college, you had the robust […]

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25 Tips for Winning In the Workplace

1.      When you prepare and complete tasks, be aware of how your work may circulate up the organizational hierarchy 2.      Networking never ends so take the time to establish relationships and networks even when you’re getting situated into a career because they will always be valuable. 3.      If you discover […]

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Smart Writing as a New Start for Your Career

Hero Images/Getty Images If you search “smart writing” on Google, you’ll come across Moleskine’s smart writing system, but you won’t find much more information on the term. What’s smart writing, anyway? It’s not a term reserved for Moleskine. It’s something much broader; something that affects all of us. In its simplest definition, […]

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