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5 Keyways to Network Post Pandemic


Network to Get Back in the Job Market The pandemic triggered one of the worst job crises since the great depression. More than 15% of adults in the country reported that they were either laid off or fired. As a result, people looking to get back into the job market have turned to networking. People

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Future Executives Incorporated:Book Voucher Scholarship


This year Future Executives Incorporated will award the $250 BookVoucher Scholarship Prize to students who exemplify our four Pillars: Mentoring, Education, Finances & Networking. The Book Voucher Scholarship Prize aims to assist students dealing with financial hardship with the cost of textbooks & study materials. To apply, students must submit a detailed essay or video

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What STEM subject is best for you?


Computer Science Do you find yourself using logic everyday while completing tasks? Computer science may be for you! Additionally, having an interest in solving problems and correcting small errors is a plus! You may enjoy doing so while going through lines of code. Also, if you find yourself wanting to express your creativity visually, computer

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Environment: 10 Ways to help the Environment


Don’t throw away your clothes Did you know that you can protect our environment by donating old clothes? Many people throw their clothes away or give them away to companies that resell their clothes. If you can, please keep your clothes or give them to someone who will use them! Companies that take clothing donations

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Pollution: How Do We Protect Our Environment?


Introduction of pollution.   Pollution occurs when the environment is contaminated by harmful substances and material. Essentially, it’s anything thing can harm the surrounding environment. There are different kinds of pollution like air pollution, water pollution, land pollution, etc. Pollution comes from different sources and is harmful to both humans and the planet. Therefore, the environment. In this

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Earth Day Celebration 2021


Earth Day is a significant event held every April. It’s a day for us to be mindful of the Earth we live on and the resources that make the world go round. In preparation of this year’s theme, “Restore the Earth”, we’ve collected resources to spread awareness: A brief history The first Earth Day began

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Women’s History Month 2021: Celebrating Women


As always, Women’s History Month is celebrated throughout the month of March. It’s a significant month that celebrates all the accomplishments made by women. However, this year new questions are arising about the meaning of the monthly observance. How did it Start? It was first a local celebration in Santa Rosa, California. In 1978, a

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Charlotta Bass: First Black Women to Run for VP


Introduction to Charlotta Bass: Mikki Wosencroft cried out after Kamala Harris was accepted as the democratic Vice President . It gave her goosebumps to see how far we’ve come as a nation. The moment reminded her of her great great great aunt, Charlotta Bass, who ran for the position of vice president more than 50

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Calendly: The Scheduler of the Future


Need help keeping track of everyones schedule? Then download Calendly, the black owned scheduling app. The app makes it much easier to schedule meetings. The app is currently used by 10 million people on a monthly basis. The company and the app are growing in popularity everyday. Calendly: Founder and Company Tope Awotona founded Ca

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Communism:What Is It and Why Was It Created?


Simply put Communism is a social, political and economic ideology that aims to establish a society where property is communally owned, and private ownership does not exist. According to communists, two classes exist in society and this is the sole reason for all conflict. The first class consist of the proletariat and the working class,

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