CW recently walked to support our local NAMI chapter (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) at the Rye Town Park. The CW team is always proud to be able to raise awareness for NAMI, whose mission is advocating for access to services, treatment, support, research, and continual raising awareness on mental illness.
Joan Williams, Senior Admissions Counselor at CW participates in Judge Judy's Mentoring Program where young women are paired with mentors from the business community.
Read full article about the program here
May is prime graduation season. Starting a job search this summer?
With thousands of students graduating and entering the workforce, competition is fierce, but you can increase your chances of scoring the interview and the job of your dreams by making sure your resume is in top shape. This article by Monster staff writer Lily Martis shares top tips for perfecting yours.
April’s Coffee with the President resulted in an excellent discussion with professors Steve Paris, Jason Schoen and Paula Cancro. Topics focused on how to continue to serve our students best both inside and outside of the classroom. All three instructors shared some great stories about inspirational students as well as their great ideas.
Whether you’re paying your way through college as you work full or part-time, taking out loans, or receiving financial aid or help from family members, chances are money is on your mind at least some of the time.
Sometimes we’re so focused on getting the job (or keeping the job we have) now, that we may not think about the future. The marketplace has changed so much in the past ten years, and it’s not hard to imagine that the next ten years will bring innovations and technology that change the way we work even more.
Networking is key to furthering your career and making meaningful connections. In-person networking is only one of the many ways we interact with people. Digital networking resources have become increasingly popular and appeal to people who may struggle to find time in their schedule to make it to live events or for whom those one-on-one interactions or large groups can be intimidating.