Students, read below what brands like Meta, HP, etc., are looking for in their hires. Employers, find tips from our experts on how you can enhance your employer brand and attract more diverse talent in 2022.
An Externship is a chance to tackle real world projects alongside school work. It's both an opportunity to learn new skills and meet new people. Many outstanding students have even progressed to internships and full-time offers through Externships.
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Paragon One managed an eight-week remote externship for real estate technology company Younity, giving students from diverse backgrounds the chance to work remotely at an up-and-coming startup.
High schoolers with exposure to experiential learning are at an advantage when applying to college and securing internships during their time at university.
How a boutique investment banking firm partnered with Paragon One to leverage remote student talent at scale and open up their recruiting funnel for the future.
For companies, Remote Externships are an efficient way to offer a real world work experience opportunity to a large group of diverse students. Typically, companies would be able to reach many more students than they would through a traditional internship.
This summer, Thomas Heslop signed on for a remote externship with Boston-based venture capital firm RallyCry Ventures, managed by Paragon One. As a “pre-med” student, getting work experience in finance seemed like a disruptive career choice to make, but the Howard University senior sees immense value in taking an unconventional learning route. Since writing this article, Heslop has enrolled in a second Paragon One-managed remote externship, this time with Facebook.
After over a decade in HR and talent development for Fortune 500 companies like Avon and PepsiCo, Sarah Aviram decided to shake things up and travel the world, without sacrificing her career. She has some great advice for young people beginning their careers remotely.
Ohio-based Case Western Reserve University runs programs that offer students a whole gamut of experiential education opportunities, from lab research, to co-ops and micro internships. Now, they've added Paragon One’s remote externships to the mix.
We, at Paragon One, turn interesting business projects into flexible Remote Externships that enable students to build their resumes by partnering with top tech companies. To expand their effort, HP Tech Ventures launched a remote externship with Paragon One. HP Tech Ventures has hosted almost 200 students since 2020 who researched and analyzed promising startups in transformative technologies.
Paragon One is proud to partner with The Opportunity Network to match first generation college students and young people of color with online externships through the COVID19 crisis.
It’s 2021. In a world where technology allows students to build job-ready skills and begin their careers long before graduating, Howard University student athlete Richie Jones embarked on a remote externship with Facebook via Paragon One. All while attending online school and running his digital marketing business full time.
Paragon One's very own Cody Rapp offers tried-and-tested advice to the many managers out there who are supervising remote interns for the first time.
Do you run externship programs that give your company early talent exposure? These are fully remote, paid programs where you can engage diverse students from different schools over 6-8 weeks.
By running Externship programs that available to applicants from every background, companies have a chance to work with candidates before offering them jobs. Over 6-8 weeks, can assess how well a candidate will fit in with their team and culture, how motivated they are and how impactful their work is.
Lindsey Yang, a student at Burlingame High School in California, shares how the remote externship she did with Facebook through Paragon One helped her use her time productively, even as the pandemic curtailed other passions.
While universities might not be able to give students the full college experience this fall, those that are quick to recognize students’ newfound priorities are best-placed to tackle the disruption they are seeing.
With health concerns, travel restrictions and recent anti-immigration proposals, it is imperative for higher education in the United States to refine its offering to continue to attract the international students that contribute over $45 billion to the US economy a year.
Asia’s Dulwich College International turned the disruption caused by mass lockdowns into a chance for students to get their first taste of corporate life via remote externships, by partnering with Paragon One
With the advent of remote internships, Gen Z high schoolers have the ability to differentiate themselves by gaining corporate work experience to boost their college applications, even as COVID19 delays their higher education plans.
Fewer than 20% of undergraduates reach out to their school’s career centers for advice on finding jobs or identifying and applying to graduate programs. While the role of career centers has been evolving for some years now, 2020 has made it very clear that they need to think well beyond putting internship postings on the school job portal in order to truly contribute value.
As recruiters start to realize that virtual hiring stands to massively expand their talent pool, the future of campus hiring is set to permanently change.
A new survey shows that while higher education typically provides a good foundation for pursuing a future career, it can fall short in providing an up-to-date education that aligns with employers’ needs.
Talent consultant and Paragon One Program Manager Rashida Geddes shares three key pieces of advice that every young job hunter should take to heart, as they look to build impactful and fulfilling careers.
After several months of experimenting with remote work, scores of companies are starting to commit to a long term shift to working from home and hiring virtually. COVID19 has clearly disrupted the way we work, which means it must disrupt the way we prepare our workforce to work.