Tag Archives: Career Advancement

5 Benefits of Starting Out At a Community College

Community Colleges make college possible for people for whom a four-year college might not be a possibility because of finances, location or family responsibilities Community colleges provide access for people who would otherwise be left out of the college equation … Continue reading

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Career Advice

 Best career advice I’ve gotten: I can be a quotes-driven basic bitch. These may not qualify as advice because they weren’t given to me directly, but I’ve found them the most catalytic for me: “Be so good, they can’t ignore you” … Continue reading

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Pace Yourself

I see many women really struggling when they want to spend the first couple of years with thier babies, but they still have their career. Careers are for a lifetime from college graduation to your retirement. Keep in mind that … Continue reading

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Authentic Empowerment

Fitting in is overrated. I spent my first few years at my first job out of college doing everything I could to make myself more like the people around me. It didn’t bring out the best in me – and … Continue reading

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Syllabus

Education comes in a lot of forms: historical context, contemporary truths, knowledge of self. And chances are, we’ll need a little of all three to survive our new post fact reality. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and … Continue reading

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