How to be confident in professional settings.

It’s easier than it sounds, but it really takes finding the best method for yourself. There are so many ways to feel good about yourself and the things you know, while maintaining a level of humility and grace. 

Whether it’s …

By Olivia Ouyang
Olivia Ouyang
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How to Build Wealth as First Generation Immigrants | Queer Money Ep. 374
So much of personal finance success is based on our money stories.
And our money stories are written by our background, our race, our gender or sexual orientation—all the things that have nothing to do with math and everything to do with who we are.
So, what if you’re a first-generation immigrant who grew …

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How to Pick Your Best Career [and Life] – Queer Money Ep. 177
What should I do with my life? A lot of us in the LGBTQ community seem to settle for jobs that are in the realm of easy possibility rather than finding and fulfilling our true purpose. But how do you know what you’re called to do? How do you pick a career that’s perfect …

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Why Being Out at Work Matters – Queer Money Ep. 168

On this Queer Money, we discuss a topic that often brings up angst for many in the LGBTQ community; should I be out at work?

An estimated 50% of LGBTQ individuals in the US are not out at work. Why does visibility matter? What can companies do to encourage self-identification? And how can businesses use …

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How TikTok Is Helping Black Professionals Navigate Corporate America

Pabel Martinez grew up in New York City’s famous Upper West Side—the home of world-class museums, posh restaurants, bustling tourist destinations, and celebrities like Macaulay Culkin, who lived right down the street. But while he shared a zip code with …

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30 sample interview questions and answers for diverse students

Some employers are careful to ask every candidate for a role the same questions and in the same order. Doing otherwise can introduce bias into the interview process, even if it is unconscious.

For example, if an interviewer only asks …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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20 diversity and inclusion interview questions

People make organizational culture go ‘round.

Whether you’re an employer looking to hire inclusion-minded individuals or a job applicant seeking out a workplace that champions diverse talent, chances are you’re nosing around — subtly — to ascertain whether the people you’re hoping …

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From Veteran to Director

How Light & Wonder’s Tonia Adams harnessed transferable skills to build her career

Tonia Adams comes from a family of military veterans; her dad served in the Army and her mom in the Army Reserves. Despite this early exposure, Tonia …

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Summer Advice for College Students

Here are some tips for what to do with your time throughout the summer months!

Get an internship or micro-internship
Update your resume
Learn a new skill
Get a summer job
Try a new hobby or sport

By Tina Rose
Tina Rose Director of Professional Development and Programming
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Career Advice from Black Business Leaders Across America

For young Black professionals, there are many unspoken rules about navigating the workplace. And when there aren’t many people around who look like you, mapping out a success plan for your career can be challenging. In 2021, Black Americans made …

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