Find out how Juan Carlos Linares, a lawyer, professor and business management degree owner, uses his dual degree for social change in Chicago.
Johnetta G. Paye, Esq., was worried after getting her law degree that securing a career might be difficult. But with the help of mentors, and an interest in entertainment law, her firm is six years strong.
Although there are more African American therapists to choose from, there is still a stigma in the African American community about psychologists and mental therapy.
BLS reports that market research analyst positions will continue to rise until 2022, with over 131,000 jobs for the taking.
Teria Mullin’s volunteer work as a candy striper led her to becoming a nurse for the past 11 years.
Museums employ over four million people and get over 55 million visits per year, not including 524 million visits online.
AOL users make jokes about dial-up service, but for DePaul University’s IT professional Nick Aleck, this piqued his interest into the field.
Monika Black, M.A., M.H.A., Ph.D., Leadership Catalyst of Tandem Springs, discusses why business classes matter and why she started Tandem Springs in Chicago.
While public relations and journalism work together often, PR is gaining in dollar signs and popularity.
Federal Aviation Administration’s site confirms that the organization will be hiring over 10,000 air traffic control specialists until 2022.
Navy veteran and current Director of Information Technology for the School of Applied Technology at Illinois Institute of Technology, Ray Trygstad advises IT students on ways to succeed in their career field.
While it is rare to see a single mother, woman or African-American in the average courtroom, Michelle J. Miller Esq. is all three and became a successful corporate counsel lawyer in spite of the odds.
Meghan Stegemann, Associate Director of Tutoring and Summer Day at Chicago Lights, uses her background in education to “support and meet the needs of children, youth, and adults.”
Adriana Nava, talks about why math courses are so important to nursing research teams, and how NAHN has affected her career as a Latina nurse.
Angela Isaacson knew that she wanted to help people so a degree in hospitality management came naturally; however she found another career that helps people even more.
Temporary jobs are on the rise and continuing to help unemployment numbers decline. Chicago recruiter Angela Isaacson discusses how to use temp jobs to job seekers’ advantage.
Jinnie Cristerna, Chicago LCSW, CHt, has one big piece of advice for aspiring psychologists: receive therapy first.
Shakila Grigler Stewart, owner of Dreamah Studios and teacher at Morgan School of Excellence, discusses why arts education should be mandatory for each student.
Sergeant Alfredo Dean of Aurora Police Department has something different in mind for new officers and criminal justice majors: communication courses.
Nashunda Bolden, Vice President of Black Data Processing Association, advises IT student graduates on what it takes to succeed in internet technology careers.