More companies have begun to offer perks such as tuition reimbursement to attract employees and hang on to the ones they have. Starbucks recently announced it will increase tuition coverage for online degrees from 2 years to 4, and McDonald’s plans to expand its tuition assistance program.
Dr. Chris Nwosisi, CW Evening Computer Networking Chairperson has been invited to serve as Conference Program Chair at the 2015 International Conference on Software and Information Engineering to be held on May 4-5 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Dr. Nwosisi will be presenting a paper entitled, “A Novel Definition of an Efficient Binary Decision Tree”, in which he’ll present a novel genetic algorithm used to construct decision trees of increased accuracy and efficiency.
It is with great pride that we congratulate the newest 2015 CWCF Scholarship Recipients. These 17 students have displayed academic excellence, exemplary leadership, and dedication to their careers. Meet the recipients:
The content of your resume—job experience, education, achievements—is important, but the appearance of the actual document also says a lot about you as a candidate. This infographic offers some tips on how to format your resume.
Getting your work reviewed and making sure your portfolio will shine and speak for itself during a job interview, is not an easy task. That’s why Career Services put together The Portfolio Review Day to prepare Digital Media students for a real job interview.
Regardless of whether you commute to school or attend classes online, students today have busy schedules with a lot to balance. Late hours and all-nighters may have you wondering if a power nap might boost your focus and energy during the day. This graphic decodes how long you should nap, depending on your needs.
Spring is here and finals are around the corner! As a way to shake off the stress before the end of the semester, the Adult Division Event Planning & Promotion class put together the “Spring Fling.” Students enjoyed music, food, and the company of other classmates and faculty members.
Here’s what students had to say about the event:
Spring is finally here, and with it comes the warm weather and outside activities. It’s a time for new beginnings such as choosing to be healthy and ready for the summer. The Allied Health Club put together the “Spring Into Wellness”, an annual offering clinical screenings, nutritious snacks, treats for sale, and CPR demonstrations. The event included health and wellness tips from local vendors including White Plains Hospital, YMCA, My Sister’s Place, and White Plains Youth Bureau.