Kamala Harris addressed Americans for the first time as vice president-elect of the United States, making history as the first woman, Black American and South Asian American to win the nation’s second highest office.
The University of California Board of Regents announced over the summer that Michael V. Drake, MD, is the 21st president of UC’s worldrenowned system of 10 campuses, five medical centers, three nationally affiliated labs, more than 280,000 students, and 230,000 faculty and staff. Continue reading The University of California’s First Black President
Across the country, many Americans are social distancing and are working at home to avoid contracting and/or spreading the coronavirus in their communities. At the same time, many schools are closed, and students are attending online classes from home. Continue reading Here’s How to Save Energy While Working from Home
By Brady Rhoades
Montel Williams served his country for 22 years, and ever since, he’s been serving those who serve in the Armed Forces. Continue reading A Lifetime of Service
Popular fast-food chain McDonald’s has recently hired a new chief diversity officer, Reginald Miller. He will be replacing Wendy Lewis, who retired two months ago and is believed to be an integral part of combating racial bias allegations that were made earlier in the year.
Continue reading Reginald Miller becomes the new chief diversity officer at McDonald’s
Siebert Williams Shank Co. L.L.C. (SWS) is partnering with Microsoft Corp. to launch the Clear Vision Impact Fund L.L.C., with an initial $25 million seed investment from the software giant.
Continue reading Minority-Owned Firm Partners with Microsoft to Launch $250 Million Fund for Business Owners
Millions of Americans have filed for unemployment benefits in the past months. Most states have been under stay-at-home orders, which have meant nonessential businesses have shut their doors and laid off workers. Continue reading What Are the Most Secure Jobs in America Now?
By Brie Weiler Reynolds, Career Development Manager
Before the COVID-19 crisis, 4.9 percent of the U.S. workforce worked from home full time. Continue reading Top 15 States with the Most Remote Jobs
Forbes has unleashed its list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women and there are plenty of recognizable names. Continue reading Rihanna Joins ‘Forbes’ List Of America’s Richest Self-Made Women
By Greg Stuart
While I’m not that old, just over 40, I can’t remember living in a crazier time. This pandemic has affected how we go about our daily life in so many different ways. Continue reading Resume and Skills Refresh: Don’t Waste Your Pandemic
We’ve all had a lot of time to ask ourselves big questions about our lives these days, including what we wish had gone differently, whether it’s in regards to our relationships, our health, our families, or our careers.
Continue reading This Is the Biggest Career Mistake You’ll Ever Make, Experts Say
McDonald’s USA, through its Black & Positively Golden movement, is excited to announce the expansion of its longstanding efforts to support students and alumni of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Continue reading McDonald’s USA Expands Its HBCU Platform to Support the Next Generation of Leaders