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4 Fall Reads to Spark a Conversation on Equity and Inclusion

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How do systemic racism and other structures of injustice influence our day-to-day work in the nonprofit sector? In organizations that aim to change the world, there can be a presumption of goodness—an overarching idea that our positive intentions are enough. But an intentional focus on equity and inclusion must be at the forefront of social […]

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5 Memoirs That Teach the Value of Self-Acceptance

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The best memoirs are more than just inspiring. They help you recognize you’re not alone in your struggles. Authored by intelligent, creative women, these five recently published books offer insight into unique personal and professional paths—and lessons learned along the way. 1.More than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say) […]

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Is a National Service Year for You? Tips from an AmeriCorps Alum

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Are you in the midst of earning a degree, but unsure about the career direction you want to take after graduation? Or are you looking to make a change from your current day-to-day? Then a national service year might be just what you’re looking for. Mark Wilson is a three-time AmeriCorps VISTA alumnus. He later […]

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How Vision Boards Can Help You Achieve Your Goals

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Are you a visual learner who appreciates creative activities like scrapbooking? If so, a vision board may be a great tool for planning and illustrating your goals and aspirations. Coupled with a well-thought-out strategy, a vision board can help you achieve your objectives—both in your career and personal life. Here, we offer some tips for […]

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