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4 Ways to Find Funding for Your Career Change

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Many of us reach a point when we realize our current role is no longer what we expected. Perhaps you work in a stable, financially satisfying job, but feel that you’ve missed out on your opportunity to make an impact. For example, you may be working in the private sector, but are dreaming about a […]


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, […]


Advice for First Generation Graduate School Students

The idea of graduate school can be daunting. How do I know this is the right school/degree/step for me? How can I afford this? Are the rumors true about the workload? These are questions that every prospective graduate student must face, but may lead to unique concerns for anyone who feels they are out of […]


Why it’s time to fight for better funding and more diversity in the nonprofit sector

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We need to start funding people in the field who do the work instead of funding things like workshops and toolkits