I am pretty sure you all have heard of the idiom “march to the beat of your own drum” a social life metaphor for being independent or individualized. But, how has this catechism distorted our personal views on the association of community in which has always been a collaborative effort? What has happened over the […]
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.
Entrepreneurship has always been apart of the African-America social construct; but never referred to as “Social Entrepreneurship” a concept steeped in creating social value. In order that we continue this legacy of creating value for others we have to look outside of our communities and see the bigger picture in terms of the causes that […]
The Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and skills that will complement your academic pursuits. This hands-on program is designed to mentor
How much preparation you put into an interview will often determine the outcome. If you‘ve been invited for an interview then it is likely the hiring manager already thinks you are qualified for the job. The qualifications on your resume have got you to this point, now the hiring manager is interested in finding out […]
What is it that sets us apart and makes us unique? How do begin to think of news ways in which to operate and govern our own communities? How do we account for all of the past HBCU graduates who don’t think giving back to their own communities is worth the investment? What type of […]
Okay, everybody just keep calm (see what I did there?) and make yourself a sandwich. No seriously, grab a bite to eat, sit down and take notes. First, congratulations! You’re a medical transcriptionist! Second, there’s no reason to panic. It’s all going to be good. If you’re anxious and feeling kind of stumped, let me […]
A lot of students attending HBCU’s aren’t just working with a full-time class load – before and after classes, students are handling a much larger workload with part-time jobs, extracurricular activities, and even online degrees in other fields, like healthcare. Students are probably some of the hardest workers I know. If you’re someone looking in […]
As our political and financial systems run rampantly out of control, a new wave of innovative thinking bold experimentation and creative leadership is quietly sweeping away outdated economic models. Our world is changing right before our eyes and you must be able to discern the season in which we are operating in to make the […]