Education & Careers news June 2007

Education & Careers

Tax Analysts to provide free resources to accounting professors and students

Tax Analysts, a non-profit pubic service organization that provides in-depth tax information resources for tax professionals, has announced it is making its news and research products available at no charge to accounting, law, and economics professors and their students.The purpose of Tax Analysts Campus (Tax Analysts’ complimentary educational Web access program) is to provide professors an opportunity to teach with, and students to learn with, Tax Analysts’ news and research products.
Education & Careers

Summer interns can earn instant jobs in growth industries

Many college students spend their senior year sending out a massive number of resumes, going to frequent interviews and anxiously hoping that they will receive a job offer before graduation. But there are some lucky students who manage to avoid this mess. Matt Raymond-Ihle just graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He spent his last year stress free, knowing he already had a job lined up after graduation. "It made senior year a blast," Raymond-Ihle said.
Education & Careers

Discriminatory practices mar student loan programs

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo is taking aim at non-federal student loan programs that he claims might be engaged in discriminatory practices. "There are civil rights and legal ramifications," Cuomo was quoted as saying in an article that appeared in The Wall Street Journal.