GOT A JOB? The job market is rough. There are no two ways about it. You may get the phone call but the interview gets postponed indefinitely. The first interview goes well, apparently, but you never get a call back. You settle for a role that you are overqualified for ( as well as a… Continue reading Career Success in 2016 (1/3)
I run self-empowerment, employability skills and digital literacy workshops for young professional women, minorities and economically disadvantaged youth under the banner of Step-Up Workshops. With my team, our focus is to offer discounted workshops and resource materials that counter common obstacles for women/minorities in the workplace/hiring scenarios.
Following a major expose by the NYT, which outed a local software company with selling fake degrees to international clientele, I can not help but think this could not have been better timed! There are 3 key lessons that can be learned from this scandal, especially relating to the use of technology and higher education. 1.… Continue reading 3 Key Lessons to Learn from the Fake Degree Exposé