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The mission at DreamWakers.org is to connect students in 4th-12th grades who attend high-risk schools with professionals from various industries through video conferencing. In this way, low-income students can learn about career opportunities they might never conceive due to lack of exposure.   218 more words


What can you do with a Bioethics & Society Master's degree from King's College London? Check out some of the paths of our wonderful alumni

James Aluri (Class of 2015), worked a Research Associate at the Presidential Commission for the Study on Bioethical Issues in 2015/16 upon completion of the MA, before returning to medical school at John Hopkins University . 1,052 more words


How to make budgeting less stressful and more fun


Are you the type of person who sucks at budgeting? Well, most of us do. They say we are at the age where consumerism is a trend and the advent of technology (i.e., the internet) makes it easier for us to buy stuff even if we don’t really need it. 416 more words


How To Snag A Mentor In Your Field

Having a trusted ally in the workplace can be the difference between excelling in your industry and slamming face first into a career plateau. To maximize your professional growth potential, selecting a mentor to support you and share industry expertise that helps you navigate your career path is a feasible option. 629 more words

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4 Foolproof Tips To Asking For & Getting The Raise You Deserve

Asking for a raise is not always an easy task for most women on the job. More times than not, many women in the workplace would prefer to not rock the boat by seeking more than what is already being provided to them in terms of salary. 493 more words

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August: CV writing, networking, interview and finding your first research job

In August, Research Bites will be hosting colleagues from Careers. These sessions have been really popular in previous years, so get there on time for a seat and a piece of cake! 277 more words

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How to Become a Gig Entrepreneur

By Lynne Beverly Strang

After Jim Glay abruptly lost his sales manager position at age 59, he spent a year looking for another job. When no prospects materialized, he decided to go another route: turning his life-long passion – playing the drums – into a business. 939 more words