Ep. 006 – Career Opportunities For HBCU Grads

Episode Summary – What is the true value of your college education? Is it any harder for HBCU grads to find jobs? Let’s find out from this week’s guests who offer several tips and strategies on how to succeed in today’s market. Join the conversation with John Ridgeway, retired corporate executive and vice chair of the board of trustees at Delaware State University, his alma mater, and Dorothy Bland, professor, at UNT’s Mayborn School of Journalism and former journalism school director at Florida A&M University.


HBCUs Mentioned in this Episode: Delaware State University, Hampton University, Florida A&M University, Howard University


John Ridgeway is a retired corporate executive and current vice chairman of Delaware State University board of trustees.

Dorothy Bland is a professor of journalism at the University of North Texas and former journalism division director and professor at Florida A&M University. 


Dorothy Bland Twitter: @dbprof

Florida A&M University Twitter: @FAMU_1887

Florida A&M University Instagram: @famu_1887

Delaware State University Twitter: @delstateuniv

Delaware State University Instagram: @delstateuniv

Mayborn School of Journalism at University of North Texas

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