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“Dear CEOs: A Gen Zer’s Open Letter to His Future Employers” by Kahlil Greene (YC ’21)

This article was originally published by the Harvard Business Review on June 29, 2021. For the original article, visit: https://hbr.org/2021/06/dear-ceos-a-gen-zers-open-letter-to-his-future-employers?ab=hero-subleft-1

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Is Your Online Presence Hurting Your Career?

For many of us, social media is an integral part of everyday life—and for many employers, a prospective hire’s online presence can be a major factor in determining employability. In addition to reading through resumes and cover letters, 90% of …

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Hoping to Get a New Job Post-Pandemic? Here’s How to Figure Out What You Actually Want

Think of who you were before the coronavirus pandemic started—the plans you had, things you prioritized, and goals you were working toward. Now fast forward to today. Maybe, like so many people, you’ve found your understanding of what you want …

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Blueprint for Clean Energy – Yale Center for Business and the Environment

Launched in 2008 focused on energy efficiency, the Blueprint series is expanding its offerings to provide a platform for leading practitioners and researchers in the field of clean energy to talk about the latest opportunities.

Interest and investment in clean …

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Educating about Plastic Pollution | Ideas for Action

The following article is from Idealist.org and was written by Angel Eduardo.
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Daphine Kiconco, a teacher and environmental activist in Uganda, holds workshops for students on recycling and sustainability. “We sensitize these young children [to] the dangers of plastic …

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When the Playing Days End

This article from NCAA.org written by Rachel Stork discusses what comes after graduation and how to leave college sports without losing yourself.

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he college seniors were gathered in a familiar athletics meeting room on The University of North …

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Interviewing for Medical School

This short video covers valuable tips as you prepare for medical school interviews.

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Fall 2021 Special Events Internship at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History – 6/2 deadline

The Office of Special Events at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History plans and coordinates over 150 events each year including: exhibition openings, donation ceremonies,staff receptions, donor cultivation events, corporate dinners and receptions, and social events.

This internship program …

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Gender Neutral Interview Attire and Business Clothing

This article was originally printed on February 13, 2020 at www.thebalancecareers.com.

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The pandemic is forcing a re-evaluation of the promises and processes of graduate education

By Alfreda S. James, in the Inside Higher Ed Carpe Careers series.

Too much anxiety has passed throughout colleges and universities for us to retreat to old norms of surrounding graduate students in a cocoon of field silos and platitudes (but …

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