How to Diversify Your Professional Network (Because Your Connections Shouldn’t All Be Just Like You)

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Be honest: Do all of your professional contacts look and sound the same? Did your boss and all your work friends go to the same kind of school as you? Did everyone in your network take similar paths to get …

By Marietta Gentles Crawford - The Muse
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It’s Never too Late to Get Involved!

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Your college experience is more than sitting through lectures, completing assignments, and preparing for tests. College is a place that allows students to learn and grow outside of the classroom and offers many …
By Rose Ulaner
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How Can Organizations Prevent Ageism in the Workplace?

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Ageism is a bias—so much so that age discrimination is sometimes referred to as a second-class civil rights issue.

In the workplace, both older and younger employees may face biases based on their age, yet age discrimination is usually not …

By Sophia Givre - Idealist Careers
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Personal Stories From the Pandemic

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How the crisis is affecting eight learners and their education and work plans.

A growing mountain of evidence shows that COVID-19 has taken a disproportionate toll on Latino, Black, Native American and lower-income people. People in these groups are more …

By Alicia Hibbard
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