Frozen tuitions + Better days ahead for jobs
Better days start with great customer service (😉)
Better.com’s digital experiences help make homeownership simpler, faster, and more accessible, which is why they’re hiring Customer Experience Associates in Charlotte, Irvine, and Oakland. You’ll answer inbound calls and emails while guiding pre-approved borrowers through the initial application process and home buying experience. An interest and understanding of the mortgage industry is great to mention when applying.
Co-Founder/CTO needed (don’t come off too smooth during this interview)
Be the first Software Engineer to impress this hiring manager
The “it pays to party” section of this newsletter (putting that in quotes was by design)
Ready to jump into a job immediately? Become a Junior Visual Designer at Square because products built around contactless payments are very useful and in demand when you’re not supposed to touch anything. Landing this gig means you’ve mastered programs like Sketch and Figma, while great layouts and typography are what you live for (and the new season of Selling Sunset of course because who doesn’t want to learn more about what the best views in Los Angeles will run you and more importantly, will Chrishell attend Christine’s gothic wedding).
Rather showcase your talents on the political stage? Then pin the tail on this paragraph because The Democratic National Party is hiring a Junior Graphic Designer to work within its Mobilization Department. Apply if you’ve mastered Adobe Creative Cloud and are ready to jump in quickly to create digital and print graphics on tight deadlines.
Be a Video Producer @ BuzzFeed
Are you interested in creating videos across social platforms that amplify black voices? BuzzFeed’s video team is looking for a Junior Producer to work on its original content platform, Cocoa Butter, and needs a candidate that can produce, direct, and edit videos for an Internet audience. An understanding of Adobe software is essential as well as experience with shoot set ups, framing, and interviewing talent.
No in-person classes. No on-campus housing. Now how about no tuition?
Wondering how colleges are navigating the new needs of its students as Fall semester starts up again? So are those in charge. Now that we know everyone is confused but still trying to do their best, read Money.com’s report on tuition freezes and other strategies being used by universities to try and alleviate financial hardships brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
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