by Lydia Anglin
Learning what you don’t want is just as valuable an experience as learning what you do.
There’s always someone awesome to have a conversation with at Mozilla. What I’ll miss most about my internship is the people.
“Trust your struggle. There are things in life that you can't control. The only thing you can do is wake up with a smile, do your best, and watch your journey unfold.”
Remember a time that you weren’t good at something you’re amazing at now. You are capable of learning and growing.
This summer my focus has been on researching voice user interfaces for Adobe products, which involves studying the patterns of human language and translating them into workable prototypes.
“I believe in doing what you love and letting that lead your journey.”
“Acquiring new information will only make you a more valuable asset.”
by Isaiah Weaver
If you, like me, are a college student without connections to the industry, it can be incredibly difficult to find an entry-level position. But it’s not impossible.
by Naya the Creative
Even if you don’t have tons of experience, you have value; you just need to uncover it.
You’ve taken the first step and landed the initial meeting, but now what?
by Bryant Galindo
We all wish our employers would recognize our value and pay us accordingly. Unfortunately, things don’t always work out that way.
by Elisabeth Rosario
Making new connections can lead you to new opportunities, but that shouldn’t be the only motivator. Build communities to help you carve different paths.
by Olamide Olatunji
Never ignore that quiet voice telling you that you can go create the opportunities you deserve in the world.
by Megan Red Shirt-Shaw
“There will be plenty of spaces where your narrative is not included—but that doesn’t mean it’s not needed!”
by Katie Sanders
These images aim to portray the experiences of powerhouse interns in the Jopwell community (who, by the way, we are quite sure will be pictured leading actual boardrooms in the near future).
by D.A. Abrams
The United States Tennis Association looked very different when I arrived in 1993. Today, people of color represent 36 percent of our workforce, and women represent 47 percent of it.
We're luckily not the only ones seeking and creating more representative stock photography. Here are a few other resources to check out.
by Alexis Jones
I want nothing more than to wrap my arms around my friends who are still in Charlottesville and tell them what my grandmother always tells me: This too shall pass.
by Karen Fleshman
Microaggressions can damage your self-esteem and impede your progress as a professional — you deserve better.
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