by Margot Elise
On 10.15.19, Jopwell Talks discussed D&I, Public Perceptions & Authenticity, Entrepreneurship, and more in meaningful conversations at the Brooklyn Museum.
There is a lot of work to be done with diversity in STEM, which is why co-founders, Netta Jenkins and Jacinta Mathis have created an innovative social platform where POCs can learn and share their stories in a safe space.
Get to know our ambassador, Sainna Christian and learn about her experience at an HBCU as an international student. She talks about how some early career exploration in high school led her to pursue a degree in Business Administration.
This week's featured ambassador is Mirella Martinez, a Finance and Management Information Systems major at Florida State University. Ahead, she talks about how being raised with entrepreneurial parents lead her to start her own business too.
Meet Stephanie Nuesi, CEO of Max Up, an Accounting major at Baruch College, and Jopwell Ambassador. In this highlight, she talks about coming to the U.S., transferring schools, and starting her own business.
Former semi-pro soccer player explains the ways that individual financial stability and institutional support can impact players’ ability to succeed.
For Us, By Us: Ethel’s Club is more than just a coworking space, it’s a community that’s built to support professionals of color and galvanize systemic change within our current business structure.
The hardest part about resolutions are setting realistic expectations and following through on them. This year, try being more intentional with your goals using these 5 tactics that have helped us with goal-setting.
by Dannielle Romoleroux
In 2019, I finished paying off my student loan debt, six years ahead of schedule, and I was able to do this because I structured my financial goals and was clear about exactly what I needed to do to reach it.
Didn’t get your dream job? Or even the “next best” job? It’s not necessarily over. A “no” is just a “no, right now”. Here are 5 ways to make the best out of professional rejection.
by Jaime Ballesteros
Before you start setting goals for the new year take time to reflect on your successes for the year and thank the people who cheered you on and offered a hand along the way.
by Annie Hopkins
This simple and short article is packed with resources to help you when applying for jobs.
by Erin Haywood
No matter where you are or who you are talking to, it’s possible to build relationships that can lead to future opportunities - follow these tips to reframe your mindset and position yourself to leave a lasting impression on those you meet.
Looking for some fun, unique, and affordable work appropriate gifts? Check out 10 POC owned companies to find the perfect stocking stuffers for your coworkers. #SuitableForWork
We want to keep your right brain sharp by fueling it with good reads for the whole year.
Although attention to diversity, inclusion, and equity throughout companies seems to be more of a priority today, it’s apparent that there’s a limited focus when considering people from Native American backgrounds.
by Judith Ohikuare
So many music artists we grew up with are finally getting their laurels for being legends in a number of genres. Here are some of the female musicians who made our youth worth remembering.