Philosophy student opening career paths for black students
By Stuart Esrock, Ph.D.
A UofL student has created a non-profit organization to help black students advance their career aspirations. Ethan Volk is a sophomore from Bowling Green, double majoring in Business Economics and Philosophy. He co-founded the Eckford Virtual Mentorship Program to keep the door open for black students to the job market.
Read more on the University Career Center website.