DALLAS– AT&T’s* diversity, community programs, and work with minority-owned businesses make the company a great place to work according to Hispanic Business Inc., which recently named it the Best Company for Diversity.
Continuing to expand and grow, the popular HBCUConnect.com Scholarships and Grants Directory provides students and their families with a one-stop clearinghouse for finding money to fund higher education.
ACE programs gets young people, particularly women and minorities, interested in the architecture, engineering and construction trades.
Those who know UNC Charlotte senior Fabian Elliott say they are not surprised he was selected to intern at Google this summer.
Getting into Wharton is a name game where the doors are either not as open or just plain closed to alumni of less prestigious companies and schools.
Florida Memorial University (FMU), South Florida’s only historically black college or university (HBCU), received national recognition when the Tom Joyner Foundation (TJF) selected it as the July 2011 HBCU of the Month.
The United States Army presented a patriotic flag salute and a check presentation of education scholarships totaling over $13 million to the United Negro College Fund and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund during the 2011 Essence Music Festival.
or panelists as well as the packed hall Saturday at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, it was not a matter of debating the continued need for historically black colleges and universities, but rather an opportunity to address their evolving role as well as some of the challenges faced by the 105 institutions falling under that designation.
Executives from the nation’s largest corporations landed in Minneapolis Monday to host a four-day career forum for 1,000 executives, university recruiters and minority MBA students, all bent on boosting diversity in corporate America.
TUSKEGEE, Ala. (June 23, 2011) — Alabama Power and the family of late businessman James W. Wright today presented Tuskegee University with $50,000 to establish scholarships to be awarded to eligible students in the College of Business and Information Science. Alabama Power initiated the endowment with $25,000; Wright’s family matched the gift.