3 Ways to Turn Your Advocacy into a Career

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What comes to mind when you hear the word advocacy? Do you think of attending protests? Posting on social media? Maybe donating to organizations or calling your representatives? 

All of these are very important aspects of …

By Sean Roach
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Have You Thought about Grad School?

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Remaining informed and determined in your academic or professional development is important to continue reaching towards long-term goals. Many graduates are unsure of what to do next, but one traditional route is attending graduate school. As a student pursuing a …

By Sarah Krafcik
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Latinx Heritage Month Spotlight – Andre Santiago

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In celebration of Latinx Heritage Month, we asked inspiring Latinx professionals to share their stories in their own words. Meet Andre Santiago, Vice President for Programs at Leadership Greater Hartford (LGH).

Andre Santiago has been a member of the LGH …

By Andre Santiago
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Find a Job with CT Back to Work Initiative

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As Connecticut continues to recover from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the state has launched a new resource, the CT Back To Work Initiative, that provides workers and businesses in Connecticut with impactful, high-quality career tools to help …

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How to Prepare for Virtual 1-on-1 Sessions

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The guidance you need to feel confident, poised and prepared to meet recruiters online.

Before you dive into your first one-on-one session with an employer during a virtual career fair, there are a few simple ways to set yourself up …

By Evan McMunn
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