The consortium will develop and coach high caliber talent, preparing future generations of leaders for promising careers. Members of The ELC will also participate in personal, academic as well as professional development training.
The Nova Southeastern University athletic department’s office of academic services hosted speakers from INROADS on Thursday afternoon to provide student-athletes information on how to obtain valuable work opportunities to prepare for their careers after college.
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The temperature outside isn’t the only thing that heats up over the summer. So does the ongoing competition among organizations, large and small, regional and national, to identify and recruit individuals who have the skills to become future leaders. Competition for this talent requires organizations like BJC to use effective, efficient methods to reach as many of these individuals as … Read More
ATLANTA, January 16, 2015 —Kaiser Permanente, one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans, has been named one of INROADS’ Top 10 Corporate Sponsors. The nation’s largest non-profit source of salaried corporate internships, INROADS,Inc. develops diverse, skilled talent to become Corporate America’s future business, science,technology, engineering and math (STEM) leaders. “Studies have shown diversity drives innovation, problem-solving … Read More
ST. LOUIS, Mo., December 9, 2014 — INROADS, Inc., a multi-cultural non-profit specializing in leadership development and career opportunities for high potential, underserved youth, recently announced its Top 10 Strategic Partners. INROADS develops diverse, skilled talent to become Corporate America’s future business, science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) leaders. “Studies have shown diversity drives innovation, problem-solving and profits,” said Forest Harper, … Read More