The HBCU IN LA Internship is an 8-week summer program for students pursuing a career in the entertainment, media or communication industry.
Life After College: Getting Your First Job and More
There’s only one thing that beats the excitement of your HBCU college experience – and that’s graduation and life after college! But are you ready? There are so many decisions to make, from where to live to where to find the best job. HBCULifestyle can help you make a smooth transition, putting all the information you need in a one-stop online career shop.
Maybe you’ve just walked the stage, or are about to. Or perhaps your big day is off a few years, but you’re already thinking about what lies beyond. These are great reasons to think about your career. And HBCULifestyle has something for each phase. Our frequently updated internships list details ideal opportunities for those looking to get their feet wet in a field, while our career profiles section offers a day-in-the-life look at careers of interest, from experienced professionals. Looking to make money while you’re still in college? Check out our college entrepreneurs section.
You shouldn’t wait until after graduation to make career choices. With HBCU Lifestyle there’s no need to. Read our career articles and make the right choice for your future today.
Spending summer working in the STEM field? It is important to make the most of your opportunity. Here are tips on how to maximize your experience.
The Bentonville Film Festival is offering a week-long, experience across departments introducing interns to methods of championing diversity and inclusion.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management is offering paid 10-week internships to STEM majors at Minority Serving Institutions.
Do you know what you are going to do after you graduate college? The news is filled each day with stories of doom in the job market and increasingly high unemployment numbers. The crisis our nation faces with high unemployment is not one to take lightly, and as a recent graduate with limited experience, you […]
Are you a teen applying for your first job? We’ve put together some of our best tips to help you land your first gig and avoid common mistakes.
STEM conferences provide opportunities for you to present your research, participate in competitions, attend workshops and expand your network.
In a troubled economy, it’s the lower and middle classes that suffer the most. Currently 7.7 percent of the US adult population is looking for work and unable to find it — and that’s not even counting those who’ve given up. It can be frustrating, especially considering how you’re probably following the surefire job search […]