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Ask Victoria | Transition from Teaching

Man and woman walking together in business attire

Dear Victoria, The one thing I am currently struggling with is how to change careers. I have been an educator for 18 years. I’m burned out and tired of all the politics involved. I have taught in public, private, and charter schools. They are all the same, they demand a great deal from us while […]

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Balancing Act: Author Elise Schiller on Social Services, Personal Projects, and Self-Publishing

When you’re in a demanding career, free time is at a premium. And it isn’t wrong to want to relax during your rare moments to yourself. But many Idealists have personal goals outside of their professional responsibilities. How do you balance the rigors of work and ambitious personal projects? Elise Schiller is one such person who […]

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Career Spotlight: Teaching at the Intersection of a Research and Action Partnership

When Jacqueline Kling was picturing her future during her graduate school studies, she had thought she would spend the vast majority of her time performing and touring as a professional dancer. After completing her MFA, she began to reevaluate her interests and began to expand her view of what it meant to be a professional, […]

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Trust Yourself: Your Inner Voice is Your Career Expert

As children, we depend on other people to keep us safe, comfortable, healthy, and well. For a time we don’t realize all the decisions being made on our behalf and that’s okay… until it’s not okay. As we grow, we become more independent and our interests develop more fully, but if we’re not careful, we […]

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