Today’s workforce is disparate, distributed, and disconnected. Learn about the role that teamwork will play and solutions to drive positive change.
Learn what led alumna Alisha Puller to start her nonprofit, Stars That Shine, which works to help young women in West Virginia.
Career coaching helps our current students and alumni understand how their work history intersects with their current professional goals.
Allyship in the workplace can be a powerful tool to promote inclusion and diversity among underserved groups. Learn about the positive impact an ally can have for someone who is disadvantaged.
Corporate America can help professionals build a career, but it can just as quickly derail it through downsizing and reassignments. Learn how to monetize your skills.
The real-world experience of our instructors is valuable to many students pursuing their criminal justice degrees.
The PMF program is open to graduate- and professional-level students and recent graduates in all academic disciplines.
The 2022 Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) has opened for student registration, and it’s an exciting opportunity for those who qualify.