Week of May 30th, 2022
Brown advances need-blind international admission; Asking for a pay raise; Immigration implications on US Economy; New Green Card recommendations help Indians; UNICEF Internship 2022
$25 Million Gift From Shoman Family Advances Brown’s Goal For Need-Blind International Admission
The largest gift for international financial aid in University history, from alumni Aysha and Omar Shoman, will expand Brown’s ability to educate the most exceptional international students from all socioeconomic groups.
How To Ask For A Raise — Even If It’s Your First Job Out Of College
Being underpaid is a common complaint, but most people, especially recent college graduates, don’t ever ask for a raise.
Immigration, Upward Mobility, And The U.S. Economy
Immigration is a hot-button issue today, with many saying it’s a drain on the U.S. economy.
How Will The New Green Card Recommendations Help Indians
At present, Indian applicants face the highest wait time as there are a huge number of applicants and the current immigration system imposes a cap of 7 percent per country on allotment of the Green Card.
UNICEF Internship 2022
The intern will be working full-time based at the ECW Secretariat in Geneva or NY office and/or working remotely as required by the United Nations rules relating to COVID-19 management.