From Felon to Forbes: Trent Griffin-Braaf’s Reentry Roadmap 

Trent Griffin-Braaf, a distinguished entrepreneur and visionary leader, will share his remarkable story of redemption and resilience on Tuesday, April 30, from 2–3 p.m. in person and online. The Center for Social Justice and the Civic Engagement Rope Team will …

By Pamela Jimenez
Pamela Jimenez Program Director for the Center for Social Justice
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Earth Day 2024 Theme: Planet vs. Plastics

For Earth Day 2024 on April 22nd, EARTHDAY.ORG is unwavering in our commitment to end plastics for the sake of human and planetary health, demanding a 60% reduction in the production of ALL plastics by 2040.

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By Pamela Jimenez
Pamela Jimenez Program Director for the Center for Social Justice
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Autism Awareness Month

Autism occurs in all ethnic, racial, sex and gender, and economic groups. This April, learn more about supporting people on the autism spectrum via the @National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH): https://go.nih.gov/qnjCz9N . #AutismAcceptanceMonth

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By Pamela Jimenez
Pamela Jimenez Program Director for the Center for Social Justice
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Building Communities To Address Systemic Challenges In Higher Education And Beyond

The systemic inequities we experience and observe every day, although long existing, seem to be soaring. If we see them, if we believe in the critical need to scaffold the preparation of a diverse, engaged and ready next generation of …

By DANIEL PASCOE AGUILAR
DANIEL PASCOE AGUILAR Fndg. Director of Ctr. for Social Justice & CDO
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Is There Truth to the Neurodivergent STEM Stereotype?

Busting the Myth: Neurodivergents are only good at STEM roles

Do you remember Sheldon Cooper from the Big Bang Theory? He’s a physicist that has to knock a precise number of times before he opens a door, says he has …

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How My Time in the Navy Helped My Career Take Flight: From a Consumer Banking Senior VP

After spending her 20s in the U.S. Navy, Kate Meeuf was faced with a new challenge when transitioning to a civilian career. “While I had leadership experience and translatable skills (like problem solving), I was 10 years behind my classmates …

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Setting Career Goals with a Disability

Every employee desires to do well at their job, value constructive criticism, welcome variety in their work, and strive for career advancement.  If you have a disability or are striving to better your career, individually setting professional goals or working …

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Show Them Better Than You Can Tell Them

This week we are talking with Alex Tsado, who has made major waves in the world of Artificial Intelligence & Business! He operates at the intersection of disruptive technology, community economics, and historical regenerative philosophies, as they apply to the future of the …

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4 Times You Can — And Can’t — Talk About Religion in the Workplace

Read this article to learn how to discuss this important element of your identity at work.

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By Mary [uConnect]
Mary [uConnect] Customer Success Manager
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How to Kickstart a Meaningful and Rewarding Nursing Career

Nursing is one of the few careers that truly lets you make a real difference in the world. It’s rewarding and fulfilling to touch lives every single day at your job. Nursing also offers a wide range of advancement opportunities, …

By Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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Managing Productivity: How to Focus at Work When in a Personal Crisis

Going through a rough patch in your life can affect your productivity at work. Whether you are mourning the loss of a loved one, caring for a sick relative, having some mental health issues, or facing financial problems, it’s easy …

By Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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5 Job Search Mistakes You Shouldn’t Make

Any serious job search can be a stressful endeavor. You’re putting yourself and your experience out there for all to see, and it can sometimes feel like you’re under a giant microscope. Not only that, but you’re in competition with …

By Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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