by Two Sigma
Hackathons are fantastic opportunities to inspire and pioneer new ideas—they’re also great opportunities for us to identify talent.
“You have a limited amount of time to catch a recruiter or hiring manager’s eye – use it wisely.”
by Amma Marfo
The introverted brain thrives on the opportunity to dive deep into a topic. Take advantage of opportunities like writing cover letters or creating portfolios to do just that.
by Paula T. Edgar
Oftentimes, all it takes to elevate someone is using whatever power you have to speak up on their behalf. And sometimes you have to break the rules.
by Monique Carswell
It's key to establish an open-door policy with your manager and have conversations about your development throughout the year. Here's how.
by Asha Dahya
“I want to share some of my tried and tested productivity tips, which are fairly simple and have become a lifesaver (and a timesaver).”
by Nigel Roberts
Confirming a meeting at 14-hundred hours will raise eyebrows.
by Bryant Galindo
You will eventually disagree with your boss. The real question: Should you bring it up?
by Jimmy Woodard
I want to highlight these "sins" for you, because I'm sure you don't even realize that you’ve committed a few of them in the past.
by Brit Fitzpatrick
Most successful young professionals have a “mini advisory board” that consists of individuals from diverse backgrounds, offering a diverse set of expertise.
The biggest mistake people make is not having a well-crafted story.
by Kaneisha Grayson
Grad school is not a “default” decision; it should be a tool on the path as you build your chosen career and ideal life.
by Bevy Smith
I like to think that my life is a “yes, and…” proposition. Every step in my career has been made up of a series of new auditions through which I affirm this.
It can be exciting, lonely, and scary. Here, trailblazers in our community share their tips around navigating the complexity of breaking new ground.
by Katie Sanders
"You’ll rise up ... if you’re an innovative thinker who can find better ways to do things we’ve done for decades and decades," says New York Times national editor Marc Lacey.
by Mandela Schumacher-Hodge
One key to success is having the ability to focus while others are distracted. You know all that chatter in your head? Dump it out.
by Rakia Reynolds
If you don’t surround yourself with people who keep it real, you won’t get very far in your career.
by Kimberly Brown
Repeat after me: I solemnly promise to not resign from my current job until I have a formal offer letter from human resources.
by Akintunde Ahmad
I used to say, "I’m going to triple major in African-American studies, political science, and economics, but also minor in pre-med just in case I end up wanting to be a doctor." It was a ridiculous answer, but I didn’t want to feel boxed in.
by Ryan Williams
"Always strive to be known as someone who gives because it's not who you know. It's who knows you” – and more advice from the Jopwell squad.
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