Dexter Hart, marketing technology manager for San Francisco-based AdRoll, shares advice for job seekers.
Michele Callwood, program coordinator for Bay Area-based Raising a Reader, uses her degree in sociology in promoting an early literacy program.
The president of a defunct online university described by authorities as a sham has been convicted of creating a front for foreign students seeking to establish U.S. immigration status.
Teri Hockett, founder and CEO of What’s For Work, an East Bay career management business for women, took a few moments to share her thoughts on career management and the job market.
Dr. Moshe Lewis takes a few moments out of his incredibly busy schedule to share valuable advice for students interested in pursuing a career in the health care industry.
Richard Greggory Johnson III, associate professor at USF and a Fulbright Scholar, has excelled in his area of expertise through years of education and perseverance.
A fed-up father is asking a judge for a restraining order against a 9-year-old boy accused of verbally and physically assaulting his son at Rolling Hills Elementary in Fairfield.
City College of San Francisco Chancellor Art Tyler plans to propose initiatives to promote respectful dialogue on campus and calling for an independent review of campus police officers’ response to student and faculty protests last week that turned violent, officials said Wednesday.
According to the National Assessment on Educational Progress, only 34 percent of American 4th graders can read at their grade level. Students who can’t read proficiently by the 4th grade are four times more likely to drop out of high school.
The push to bring back affirmative action at California’s public universities is hanging by a thread. Several state lawmakers who previously supported the bill have now reversed course, amid a backlash among the Asian-American community.