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Education at Work Helps Make Finals Week...

Blue skies, and sunshine, replaced the snow as students finished out their final weeks of spring semester and made plans to enjoy the summer. Finals week can be stressful and overwhelming, but with a program like Education at Work, students are able to breathe easily because they have time to study and prepare for the biggest test of the semester. For graduating senior Jazmyn Battie, this semester’s finals week was the most important ever. “If I ever needed a schedule change, my supervisor always pushed to make sure I could get the days off I needed. EAW is a great...
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Patrice Thompson

“I was up all night last night working on my last exam and once I submitted it to my professor, it dawned on me… this is the last assignment that I’ll ever have to do… it feels really cool, but really scary at the same time. I’m so used to the structure of school, but now I’ll have to figure out what to do.”...
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5 Reasons You Should Come to the Educati...

On May 16th, Education at Work will be hosting a hiring fair! Can someone say “tuition assistance out the wazoo?” Still not convinced on coming? Here are five reasons you should come: 1. Netflix can’t be the only thing there is to do this summer. There might be a slim chance something on Netflix changes your life, but Netflix shouldn’t be all you do this summer! Get a part-time job with us and get on track for a better financial future! 2. Communication is key. One of the most desired skills that any hiring manager looks for at any company is...
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Education at Work offers 250 open positi...

(Cincinnati) – More than 250 part-time customer service positions will be available to college students at the Education at Work Hiring Fair on May 16, 2015. A $1,000 scholarship prize will be offered to one attendee in a raffle giveaway. Education at Work is a non-profit contact center located in Norwood, OH. The company offers college students part-time jobs starting at $9.00 an hour and up to $6,000 a year of tuition assistance based on GPA. Students have an opportunity to start in May and will be able to continue working throughout the school year. Job seekers are...
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Brittany Gillis

“Going into college, I knew I wanted to study abroad. I looked into it as soon as I got down here. Then I realized my tuition assistance from EAW could go towards study abroad, I thought ‘why not go now?’ and started planning… I chose Thailand because, one, it’s the cheapest, two, I have a friend that lives there and it would be cool to see her, and three, I looked into it and asked around and only heard good things about it.”...
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Kelsey Liddick

“I plan to work with a few pro teams. After doing that for eight years or so, I’ll go back to school for marine biology… I’m more fascinated with the unknown, in regards to creatures of the sea and what not. I’m not the goldfish in the fish bowl type of girl.”...
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Erin Willetts

“I’m a nursing major and I model for an agency in Ohio… I want to be a travel nurse and do modeling on the side… I know they don’t have anything to do with each other, but while I’m traveling, I can see these different cities and states and see what I can get into.”...
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Tia Sherrell

“I’m a business finance major at the University of Cincinnati doing some personal development and reading to prepare myself for the CFA exam…” What drew you to finance? “This is a funny story, when I was five, I wanted to be a banker. As a five-year-old you’d think ‘ah, you work behind the counter where the money is… you must be rich!’ This was my concept. I eventually found out that the ones behind the scenes, the investment bankers, made the money.”...
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