The Boston Bruins are competing in the Stanley Cup Finals for the third time this decade as they battle the St. Louis Blues for the National Hockey League championship. The Bruins swept the Blues for the Stanley Cup in 1970 as Bobby Orr scored his iconic “flying goal” to cap the series. This series is much different as both teams are evenly matched and the series looks to be one that may go the full seven games.
A sociology degree is a broad field of study which opens the door to a number of career opportunities. But it’s not always obvious what jobs in sociology are available. If you’re interested in pursuing a bachelor’s in sociology, you might be wondering: What can I do with a sociology degree? Where can I work? What fields, industries and jobs are open to me? Do I need to further my education in order to start my career?
Commencement has come and gone, and we’re still reeling from whirlwind of excitement, achievement, and celebration.
This past weekend, the Johnson & Wales University community celebrated commencement ceremonies across four campuses in Providence, Rhode Island; North Miami, Florida; Denver, Colorado; and Charlotte, North Carolina. In total 3,034 degrees were awarded universitywide—including 153 undergraduate degrees and 176 graduate degrees earned through the College of Online Education
It’s one thing for a company to say that they are devoted to sustainability—and quite another for them to deliver. Bigelow Tea does both.
The company has gone green when it comes to packaging, which is totally recyclable from the box to the individually wrapped bags to the string; lighting (the headquarters hosts nearly 900 solar panels); and waste, saving 95 percent of landfill-destined product through smart composting and donation efforts.
The application process can seem intimidating at first—especially if you have never applied to college before—but, in fact, it can be quite simple.
Here’s how it works at the Johnson & Wales University College of Online Education.
During Johnson & Wales University’s 43rd Annual Career Expo and Internship Fair, we asked top employers a few questions about their hiring processes and what types of candidates they are searching for. Here is what they had to say:
What type of attributes are you looking for in a résumé?
“Longevity and leadership experience.” — Target
“We’re looking for people who are adaptable. You need to have a good personality, too. Eye contact and a strong handshake are crucial.” — EcoLab
According to Wells Fargo, “nearly half of Americans say the most challenging topic to discuss with others is personal finances.” That makes talking about money ranking more difficult to discuss than death, politics, religion, taxes, and personal health. But, that is exactly what Michelle Doss does all day here at Johnson & Wales University’s College of Online Education!
The Johnson & Wales University College of Online Education is pleased to announce our Winter Term dean's list for 2018. Undergraduate students with a GPA of 3.40 or higher achieve dean's list status. Congratulations!
Just about a year ago now, I was presented with an opportunity I ultimately could not pass up: a chance to re-enter the workforce and join the awesome staff at JWU’s College of Online Education. As the mother of four small children (I guess I can’t say “small” anymore as the oldest is now 14), including one who is profoundly disabled, I was on the fence about returning to the workforce.
If you are looking to add passionate, focused employees to your workforce and want to hire individuals who have the potential to stay with your company for the long term, it’s time to take a closer look at millennials. The Pew Research Center defines millennials as those born “after 1980” who will “come of age in the New Millennium.”