January 5, 2015

PwC Hosts Students in Explore: Ability Boston, NY, LA, Atlanta and Chicago

Boston 1/20/15 Apply to Attend Boston Here NYC 1/23/15 – Apply to Attend NYC Here LA 1/23/15 – Apply to Attend LA Here Atlanta 1/14/15 Apply to Attend Atlanta Here Chicago 1/22/15 Apply to Attend Chicago Here Attention Job Seekers – PwC – PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP – is re branding its Disability Mentoring Day program, and PwC is excited to share that we have opened for applications for Explore: Ability. This is an exclusive half-day program
June 23, 2015

There’s Nothing Spontaneous about a Successful Career – Sodexo Guest Blog

Guest Blog By Trish Freshwater, Sodexo I’m a planner by nature. I live by my calendar and often look ahead in six-month chunks of time. For me, six months might as well be six weeks, or, sometimes six days. Life moves fast and if you’re not paying attention, it can pass right on by you. This is especially true when it comes to your career. If you don’t make plans and set goals, you’re likely
November 24, 2015

Guest Blog: Sodexo Employees Celebrate the Abilities of Others for #NDEAM – Part 3

By Autumn McReynolds, Employment Brand Sourcing Manager Do you know how many people have some type of disability? It may surprise you to learn that it’s over one billion people worldwide and that 70% of those are non-apparent. I and my fellow members of the Sodexo Organization for disAbilities Resources (SOAR) work to raise awareness and provide education/resources for not only employees with disabilities but also their allies to help create an inclusive culture that
December 3, 2015

Guest Blog: Celebrate #IDPD with Sodexo and Empower People of All Abilities

By Autumn Anderson, Employment Brand Sourcing Manager LinkedIn Profile for Autumn Since 1992, International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) has been recognized in an effort to “promote action to raise awareness about disability issues and draw attention to the benefits of an inclusive and accessible society for all.” As the Co-Communications Chair for the Sodexo Organization for Disabilities Resources, also known as SOAR, I can’t help but notice the similarity between IDPD’s purpose and
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