By: U.S. Department of Education
|U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Office of the Chair is looking for academic year interns!Do you have a passion for civil rights and workplace justice? Are you a law student interested in a career in public policy? Looking for a part-time internship during the academic year? Apply for an internship at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Office of Chair Charlotte A. Burrows! EEOC is the primary federal agency charged with enforcing our nation’s workplace discrimination laws.We invite you to learn more about the 2022-2023 EEOC Office of the Chair Internship Program and email your application or any questions to OCHintern@eeoc.gov today!|
|Our Money MattersRepaying student loan debt, buying, or leasing a car,|
monitoring your credit score, consolidating debt …It’s no wonder that the average person is confused when it comes to their finances. And younger people are even less prepared.In fact, African American youth are less financially stable than any other age or racial group. Almost 50% of African Americans age 18 to 29 reported that they could not cover
a $2,000 emergency expense.That’s why the Wells Fargo Foundation and the HBCU Community Development Action Coalition (CDAC) have partnered to launch a free and easy-to-use online and offline hub called Our Money Matters. Funded by a generous grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation, Our Money Matters offers personalized and innovative tools like a student loan snapshot, car loan calculator, investment analyzer, online courses, access to certified financial planners, as well as offline resources. Targeting HBCU and MSI students, university administrators, and community residents, this personalized and innovative program is designed to help reverse the widening racial wealth gap.