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6 Life Lessons Students Can Learn From Working Part-Time During College

Getting your first job, no matter where it is, should be a reason for celebration. Managing life as a student and working part-time requires a lot of commitment and maturity, so congratulations on taking another step towards becoming a responsible …

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COVID-19 Resources & Information for the Museum Field

The American Alliance of Museums has compiled this guide to help museums prepare for and navigate the broader impact of COVID-19.

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Americans for the Arts Joins 52 National Organizations to Support Arts Education as Essential for Students during COVID-19 Pandemic

As policymakers plan for school reopening in the fall, Americans for the Arts joined 52 other organizations in a statement that supports an arts education for all students.

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Documentary Grant Writing: Producer and Director Alysa Nahmias On All You Need to Know

Alysa Nahmias is a director and producer whose films include the documentaries The New Bauhaus and Unfinished Spaces. She is also the founder of Ajna Films and co-author of the Sundance Creative Distribution Case Study on Unrest, an Emmy-nominated documentary she produced that premiered …

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LGBTQ+ in the Workplace | Should You Come Out to Your Co-workers?

If you’re in the closet at work, navigating your identity in the workplace can be challenging. Do you take your significant other to the office holiday party? Do you answer honestly when your co-workers casually ask about your dating life …

By Joeli Katz - Idealist Careers
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Does Voluntourism Do More Harm Than Good?

While volunteers generally have good intentions, intent doesn’t necessarily equal impact. The controversial practice of “voluntourism” has generated a lot of buzz in the social-impact space over the years. You may have heard this term if you’re considering a volunteer …

By Amy Bergen - Idealist Careers
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Career Tips for First-Generation Grad Students

Helen Pho, a first-generation grad student herself, offers six key pieces of advice in this article that is part of the Carpe Careers series in Inside Higher Ed.

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5 Soft Skills Every Software Engineer Needs

Pop culture stereotypes depict computer programmers as non- client-facing, socially awkward office drones relegated to the basement office. However, the most successful software engineers are not only incredible problem-solvers; they’re seasoned communicators, empathizers and, yes, leaders. Like in any industry, …

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