Selective colleges should focus less on what applicants have achieved and more on what they've overcome to do so, Ryan Craig argues.
Denver-based Galvanize on Thursday announced a collaboration with online retailer Amazon to train engineers for work on Alexa, Amazon's virtual assistant. The companies will host a series of free workshops on college campuses across the region.
STEMconnector, a national consortium of companies, associations, government entities, and academic institutions focused on advancing STEM education, today announced a partnership with digital credential pioneer, Credly, that will bring digital badges to K-12 and collegiate students who complete challenges for the Day of Design.
A Reston company trains unemployed college grads in coding then places them at companies needing coders.
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The Trump administration inherited a massive student loan mess from the Obama administration, which inherited the seedlings of today's crisis from the Bush administration. Over a million Americans now default on their student loans each year. And if Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and her team fail to act fast, they will soon become complicit...
University Ventures has acquired Minneapolis-based GradStaff, a recruiting firm focused on placing recent college graduates into entry-level positions. No financial terms were disclosed. As a result of the transaction, GradStaff has now rebranded as Avenica.
GradStaff, a recruiting firm focused on entry-level workers, completed its rebranding to Avenica. It also announced its acquisition by University Ventures, a private equity firm whose portfolio targets the school-to-work pathway.
Minneapolis-based GradStaff, a college-student recruitment and job-placement firm that has accelerated its growth in recent years, has been acquired by University Ventures, a private equity firm that says it is the leading education-to-employment private equity firm.