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 Employment Opportunities!

By: U.S. Department of Education The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), located in Southfield, MI, is seeking a Group Director of Events.  This is a full time, regular employment opportunity that can be remote or offers work-from-home flexibility for local candidates. Resumes can be submitted to the job link here: https://recruitcrm.io/apply/16582482418910013318KvA or

Student Opportunities

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

REMARKS BY VICE PRESIDENT HARRIS IN A ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION WITH MASSACHUSETTS STATE LEGISLATORS ON REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS

By: Office of Vice President 1:07 P.M. EDT      THE VICE PRESIDENT:  Thank you so much, Rebecca.  Thank you.  Well, good afternoon, everyone.       Governor, I appreciate the role — the national leadership that you have provided on this issue.       Congresswoman Pressley, I’ve watched your work in

National and Federal Opportunities!

By: U.S. Department of Education U.S. Department of EnergyWe are excited to publicly release the list of DOE programs that are covered by President Biden’s Justice40 Initiative, a whole-of-government commitment to securing environmental justice and spurring economic opportunity for disadvantaged communities (DACs).  As laid out in

Upcoming Virtual Events!

By: U.S. Department of Education U.S. Department of Labor, Women’s BureauBlack Women in the Workplace: Breaking the Glass DoorThis webinar will explore systemic barriers that impede Black women’s success in the workplace. Panelists will share strategies employers can use to improve workplace culture.Register to attend | Aug.

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