Part-Time Jobs For College Students

Monday, April 23, 2018
Part Time Job

Even though classes and assignments demand a lot of time, many college students seek out part-time work. For some, it’s a necessity in order to pay their bills or purchase books and other school supplies, while for others, it’s more about gaining work experience.

Either way, there are many benefits to having a part-time job while in school. Sure, you’ll make money, but it can also teach you valuable life skills, and it’s also been shown to be associated with better grade.

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Google’s Path to Management

Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Google Guest Speaker

As a college preparing students for entry into the regional workforce with highly regarded programs in business and computer technology, it was only natural to have a representative of Google visit The College of Westchester’s campus. Google, one of the most innovative companies in the world, has been expanding its presence in New York City over the past decade and has become one of the biggest tech companies in the world, not just in the internet world, but among all business brands.

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Family, School, and Community Participation

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Professor Torres and Flores Pichardo


Left to right in photo: CW Professor Max Torres, Flores' Assistant Magdalys Taveras, and Author Bienvenido Flores Pichardo.

The Dominican Consulate of New York recently hosted an event to release the book, “Familia, Escuela y Participación Comunitaria,” (Family, School, and Community Participation). Flores Pichardo is an author and researcher with vast experience on several education indicators affecting the Dominican Education System.

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Speaking Mistakes You Need To Stop Making

Friday, April 13, 2018
Public Speaking

Sure, we do a lot of our communication and work electronically, but speaking in front of a group is still a skill we need to hone. Whether you’re giving a presentation in front of a class or coworkers, delivering a speech, or instructing a group, credibility is key. What you say is important, but how you say it is also vitally important. Certain common mistakes can seriously undermine your message. Want to know if you need to cut it out?

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